This tutorial from Producertech.com’s Rob Jones, is made to support their core Logic Courses (currently made with version 9) – see here for details.
The lesson covers the new Drummer/Drum Kit Designer beat creation facility, showing all of the main features and how you can customise your own breaks using Logic Pro X Drummer.
The video covers setup of a new Drummer session, how to load drum sets, and manipulate the GUI controls to customise your drum loops and sounds.
About Logic Pro X Drummer
The new Drummer Tool in Logic Pro X is really useful for producers wanting to create a simple, or complex drum beat really quickly and without much hard work.
Created using some of the industry’s best session drummers and recording engineers, Drummer delivers impeccably performed, natural-sounding drums. It can listen to any selected track and come up with the perfect complementary groove.
About Drum Kit Designer
While Drummer does the playing, Drum Kit Designer provides deeply sampled, realistic-sounding drum kits. Thousands of varied strikes were recorded from each piece. The result? Extensive layers of samples that faithfully re-create the character and sound of the originals — including how they respond to the nuances of a drummer’s performance.
You can swap pieces to build a custom kit, choosing from a diverse variety of snares, kicks, toms, hi-hats and cymbals. Finesse the sound of each drum by adjusting the tuning, dampening and gain. And enable stereo or mono room and overhead mics. Each kit comes with its own unique mix.