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Slate Raven and Logic Pro X – Fader Focusing [Video]

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To all Raven MTi2/MTX owners: Slate Media Technology/SlateTV yesterday put up a nice video tut about how to use Logic Pro X’s Show/Hide Groups feature together with the Raven Multi-Touch Production Console.

Slate Raven and Logic Pro X – Fader Focusing

First you’ll need to set up the Show/Hide groups in Logic Pro X, then assign these to the Raven Batch Command System. So when you have a big session, you can now pull up just the faders you need and easily bring up your intrumental mix, your acapella, your lead vocals, et cetera.

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About The Raven MTi2

The Raven MTi2 (currently $999) is a state of the art 27” Multi-Touch Production Console featuring a state of the art multi-touch panel and the powerful new Raven 3.0 Control Software. Using the Raven MTi2, users have access to multi-touch faders, pans, sends, and tweak plugins with their fingers as if they were real hardware. The Raven 3.0 Control Software also features a user-customizable multifunction Toolbar and the award winning Batch Command System, a powerful automated task application that will save audio engineers hours per day by cutting out tedious technical tasks.

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  • Octopi

    Only giving key commands can be dangerous. Logic, in its dubious wisdom, often changes the default key commands within newer versions. If you have a custom key command structure then the default key comands wouldn’t count anyway. Each key command has a menu selectable equivalent so it wouldn’t hurt to include the menu item in tutorials.

    Also, I found this tutorial quite confusing. It makes perfect sense if you already know how to do this but the object of a tutorial is to give the first time user an intelligible method that is easily understood.

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