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Video Tutorial: Introduction to the Logical Editor, Part 2

One of the first uses I had for the Logical Editor was to try to put some dynamics into drum patterns I had written into Cubase.  This video looks at creating a drum part by hand that matches the dynamics of an existing drum pattern taken from a commercial drum library, using the Logical Editor to apply a limited range of random velocities to replace constant values.

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Video Tutorial: Introduction to the Logical Editor, Part 1

The Logical Editor in Cubase is one of the more baffling features and yet is also one of the most powerful.  Stemming from Cubase’s origins as a MIDI sequencer for the Atari ST, it allows you to define rules that apply across multiple selected MIDI parts all at once.  Or, put another way, with a little thought you can set up rules that perform actions with single click that would otherwise take you hours of effort to achieve.  This video introduces us to the cryptic world of the Logical Editor.