Factory Underground Tech Instructor Dan Walters gives beginners in music recording an easy to understand lesson in musical time signatures, including 4/4 (Common Time), 6/8, and 3/4, well as how to adjust the tempo with a session of Logic Pro X. This is helpful in linking up tempo and time signatures of various plug-ins, as well as using markers with your Logic Pro X session.
Editors note: the basics of this lesson will apply to working with any DAW (digital audio workstation), drum machine, or beat making tool (including a real drummer)!
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This video is created, and made available, Factory Underground Tech, a nationally accredited secondary school of higher learning that offers degree programs in music recording, film and music production, and audio engineering. We are located in downtown Norwalk, CT.
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