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Logic 9 flextime question?
Old 23rd September 2012
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Logic 9 flextime question?

Why doesn't my flextime work like this:


In the video just the audio they want is moved, and it looks like it automatically makes anchors on both sides of the audio so nothing else is adjusted.

On my computer, unless I make these anchors the whole thing moves?

Is this just apple video camera magic, or is there a setting i can get to do this?

------> UPDATE:

Ok i figure this out. Just hit command+F and it switches to the view that apparently sets these anchors automatically.

I would of deleted this thread but cant figure out how??
Old 24th September 2012
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Command+F switches to Flex View, where you can set the appropriate Flex mode per track. Make sure you choose the right mode, e.g. slicing for drums, but monophonic for bass, etc.

Using the Marquee tool on an area will automatically set three Flex Markers. Generally make sure you make three markers or grab a middle marker somewhere or you'll be adjusting a larger or different area than expected.

I'm guessing you were originally using just the Flex Tool, from the toolbox.

No need to delete this thread.

PS. Flex editing is probably one of the only things in Logic where you should definitely read the manual. Here you go: http://documentation.apple.com/en/lo...0%26tasks=true

Takes about 15 minutes to complete, but it'll save you a lot of trouble.
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