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If you’re having trouble creating the quality of the synths you hear in your favorite artists tracks, make sure to check out our intensive mixing and mastering course. Many producers fondly recall the good ole days of Camel Audio, maybe best well known for the Camel Crusher and their Alchemy Synth. Apple actually acquired Camel Audio in early , and while many of the plugins we loved have gone away, Apple has since incorporated Alchemy into Logic Pro X! Alchemy uses a robust tagging system that allows you to narrow the sounds you are looking for by category, subcategory, genre, and timbre.
One trick I like to use is flipping my Alchemy track to Write automation, playing my midi section, and manually dragging through the different macro categories.
After you play through your midi section, flip the automate back to Read, and look at the automation on the section. The Wurlitzer Classic is one of the best options you can use – here are a few things you can do to get what is, in my opinion, the best sound out of the instrument:. Velocities below 75 for the midi notes have very warm, smooth timbres. Once you start to get above this range, the piano has a substantially sharper attack sound.
While this is certainly usable if this is your desired sound, the smoother tones of the lower-velocity notes can be quite useful. However, without the sharper attack, your piano can sometimes get lost in your mix. To make up for this, the Xfer Records OTT compressor can be used to add a bit of coloration to the sound:. Moderate depth is key here, as in the image above – this will add a nice attack to the sound without the overpowering sharpness of a higher velocity note.
The instrument has a built in tremolo function which will flutter the gain of the piano. By clicking the note button in this box, it will sync to the beat of the track. No secret here, but I love adding some drawn out electric pianos to our music. Want to learn more about composition, music theory and songwriting? Look no further than The Songwriting Matrix. This is a quick way to tune upper partials without the need to manually edit partial pitch values in the additive editor.
See Logic Pro Alchemy additive edit window overview. Small increases can result in a subtle sweetening of the sound without altering its basic character.
Larger increases can add an inharmonic, metallic, or bell-like quality to upper partials. Modulate this parameter with an envelope to add a plucked string type articulation to the start of a note. In a sound with a fundamental frequency of Hz and a second harmonic an octave higher at Hz, an upward frequency shift of Hz results in partials at Hz and Hz, with the second partial no longer an octave higher than the first.
This effect type can radically alter the harmonic structure, leading to inharmonicities and atonalities, in addition to a perceived change of the fundamental pitch.
All subsequent partials are shifted by the same amount in hertz rather than in semitones because this would result in a simple pitch change. Defining the frequency shift in this way retains a consistent timbre as you play up and down the keyboard. Because the shift does not track the keyboard, the timbre of the resulting sound changes from note to note. When combined with another harmonic sound in the VA section, for example , small shifts can create beating, chorus-type effects between the source elements.
This can lead to unusual effects and can result in dramatic transformations of the sound. Subtle use of this parameter can turn harmonic pitched sounds into atonal bell-like timbres, for example. All partials are shifted toward the target when the Amount knob is rotated. At low positions, partial pitches shift down. Adjust the knob to balance the shift and to control the brightness of any atonal, inharmonic elements that may be introduced to the sound.
This can lead to chaotic effects. Partial knob: Set the amount that noise affects low or high partials by specifying the minimum partial that is altered by the effect. This can create a subtle widening of the sound, with less obvious left to right movement in the lowest partials. At zero, all partials are in- phase. Higher values lead to a finer, more subtle and complex effect. The range is from 16 Hz to 20 kHz. Crossover frequencies are centered at Hz, Hz, and Hz, with a one octave transition between bands.
Partials are panned left to right in a regular pattern, with every second partial position inverted. Modulating the partial number can create rhythmic melodic effects. Shorter release times and slower modulation of the partial number can create strumming of partials. For example, a value of 10 applies a sine wave shape over partials , , , and so on. Modulate this with a ramp up LFO for smooth sound changes. Logic Pro Alchemy spectral element controls Source components are shown only in advanced view.
The parameters in this section are shown when the Spectral button is active in a source subpage. Two Logic Pro Alchemy spectral element effects units are available in the lower half of the spectral parameters shown in the source subpage. Note: You must first perform a sample import with a spectral analysis or draw in the Spectral edit window before you can use any of the spectral engine parameters. In Alchemy, the audible spectrum of a signal is split into a large number of spectral bins.
Energy distribution across these bins is analyzed and the sound is recreated by filling each spectral bin with the required amount of signal, using either sine waves or filtered noise. The results are then summed. Use Noise to fill spectral bins with filtered noise.
The spectral bins are filled with sine waves, which is generally the best choice to recreate the entire original signal. Noise mode can be useful for transforming normal speech into whispering, for example. The spectral engine is used only to recreate noisier aspects of the sound because this is not a strength of additive resynthesis. In this case, the mode is set to Noise. When multiple elements are used in a source, use this control to set the relative level of the spectral component.
All signals above this frequency are allowed to pass. Signals below the frequency are cut. All signals below this frequency are allowed to pass. Signals above the frequency are cut. The Low Cut and High Cut parameters work in conjunction with each other to act as a bandpass filter, where signals that fall within the two cutoff ranges are allowed to pass.
Alchemy spectral element effects provide a number of creative options in the spectral synthesis engine. Two effects units are available in the lower half of the spectral parameters shown in the source subpage. See Logic Pro Alchemy spectral element controls for information on other spectral element parameters.
See spectral effect descriptions below. This parameter is common to all spectral effect types. The parameter name and function vary with each effect type. Note that this effect requires a small amount of calculation time to collect and release a group of frequencies. As a result, there may be a gap between playing a note and hearing the effect. Tip: Try single note samples with a strong initial attack, such as a piano, and set Mix to a value that introduces the effect as part of the tail of the sound.
When centered 0 , the original frequency balance is used. Blur Blur produces a frequency blurring effect. Tip: Try a melodic loop with pitch variations to best hear the impact of this effect. For example, when used on a loop, higher settings produce a simplified sound with more frequent gaps in the effect output. Cloud Cloud produces what might best be described as a cloud of frequency grains, resulting in a textured chorus effect.
Depending on your settings and source material, this can either produce a choppy sound or a smoother one. Tip: Drum loops are an ideal starting point when learning uses for this effect. This reduces detail and enhances prominent frequencies in the source.
Glide Glide creates adjustable, repeating upward filter sweeps that are based on the source content. Note that this effect requires a small amount of calculation time before the results of your adjustments are heard. Tip: Sources with wide frequency ranges produce a more pronounced filter sweep sound, whereas sources with limited frequencies can result in unique melodic drones as narrow filters sweep across their ranges.
Freq Shift Freq uency Shift moves the spectral bins higher or lower in the spectrum, reducing the level of or entirely dropping some frequencies while emphasizing others. This is a powerful sound design tool that can dramatically alter the sound and can introduce inharmonic overtones.
Tip: Try single note samples with a strong initial attack, such as a piano, and blend the mix level so that the effect comes in as part of the tail of the sound. Start with small adjustments because this parameter has a wide range. Higher frequencies are attenuated. Tip: This effect is highly dependent on the available frequency range in the imported sample.
For example, the Alpha and Beta knobs are useful across the entire range with drum loops, whereas the most useful Alpha and Beta ranges are small positive or negative deviations from the center position when used with spoken vocals.
A setting of 1 centered is closest to the source sound. Metallize Metallize produces classic comb filter style effects. Tip: Experiment with drum loops to clearly hear the impact of the controls. Higher settings emphasize harmonics, creating metallic resonances. Shimmer Shimmer sweeps the frequencies to varying degrees and speeds, imparting either slow frequency shifts or fast shimmering sounds. Tip: Try pure organ samples to clearly see the results of the effect in the real-time spectrogram display, particularly at moderate rate settings.
Tip: Import a bell sample, and start with very low settings to see and hear the impact of controls on the sound. Note that bins are numbered and selected sequentially. Smear Smear averages between blocks of frequencies to create a smoother, more consistent sound.
It delivers different results to the Blur effect. Tip: Try melodic loops that have pitch variations to showcase this effect. Higher settings have less sonic variation, so make small changes. This natural variation in the sound provides a more organic cloud-like effect. Disable to lock the phases of the source, resulting in a tight, metallic sound.
Logic Pro Alchemy pitch correction controls Source components are shown only in advanced view. The parameters in this section are shown when the Pitch button is active in an additive or spectral source subpage. Higher values result in stronger correction. This is shown as a percentage. Logic Pro Alchemy formant filter controls Source components are shown only in advanced view. The parameters in this section are shown when the Formant button is active in an additive or spectral source subpage.
When audio is imported into the additive or spectral engines with the Formant option enabled, the signal is analyzed and resonances in the original signal are extracted and converted into a formant filter shape. The formant filter scales the amplitude of additive partials or spectral bins over time to recreate the characteristic resonances of the instrument, rather than processing the audio signal like a conventional filter.
This more detailed analysis attempts to determine the resonant frequencies of the source audio data. Higher values can make sounds seem brighter or thinner. Lower values can create a darker, thicker character. Set to lower values to reduce key tracking which may make some sounds playable over a wider keyboard range. The Size knob works in conjunction with the Center parameter.
Resonances below the center frequency are shifted upward as the Size knob value is increased. A corresponding downward shift occurs to resonances above the center frequency. High values smooth and slow down formant changes. Low values exaggerate and speed up changes. Formant filter synthesized parameters The synthesized controls work with any additive or spectral material and do not require the formants to be analyzed on import. Use these parameters to impose new resonant characteristics on the original signal.
Size works in conjunction with the Center knob. Resonances below the center frequency are shifted upward as the Size value is increased. The displayed value indicates position. Whole numbers indicate a particular filter unit, and fractional values indicate a position between filters.
Assign this type to use one of the four filter units as a bypass. Adjust the Select knob to quickly disable synthesized formant processing. The Size knob can be used to stretch the pattern of cuts and boosts up or down the frequency spectrum, or both, depending on the setting of the Center knob. The negative filter name is used because it recreates the effect of a phase- inverted delayed signal that boosts only odd harmonics, resulting in a hollow sound.
This filter has a brighter sound than the negative comb filter. Experiment with each comb to determine the best choice for your sound. The parallel filters are multipole designs.
Signals above or below the set center frequency are attenuated. The Shift knob sets the cutoff frequency. The Size knob changes the filter slope. The frequency band can be moved up or down the frequency spectrum with the Shift knob. The Size knob sets the width of the band notch. The Size knob sets the width of the band. Classic vowel sounds are warmer, and are similar to synthesizer vowel sound filtering. Smooth variants are more natural-sounding vowel shapes with a gentler filter slope.
Each Bright, Classic, and Smooth vowel filter is more of a unique variation on that general sound, with not only brightness differences, but also overall character differences. Additionally, any vowel filter can be independently modulated, alone or in conjunction with Select knob morphing between filters even from mismatched sets.
Use these facilities to dramatically expand your filtering options. Each variation of this complex filter shape has prominent peaks at different frequencies. It is, generally speaking, an open-sounding filter. This filter shape has gentler midrange and upper midrange peaks with a dominant low-mid resonance. The result is a rounder sound with less brightness and presence than the vowel types above. This filter shape has gentler midrange and upper midrange peaks with a prominent low-mid resonance.
Modify formants in a resynthesized additive guitar sound 1. Select source A, then click the source select field and choose Import Audio from the pop-up menu. Navigate to the Guitars subfolder in the Factory samples folder, and choose a single guitar sample. When loading is complete, click the Formant button to the right side of the source A window. Note that the upper Analyzed section is turned on.
Adjust the Shift knob to move resonances up or down in frequency and to change the timbre. Small amounts of Shift variation work well for subtle changes: try a few semitones in either direction.
Play some very low notes, then some very high notes. Gradually turn down the KTrack knob to reduce key tracking for the formant filter, and note the difference when you replay the high and low notes. Adjust the Size knob value to change the apparent size of the guitar body. Also adjust the Center knob value, and note the effect it has on the tone of the resulting larger or smaller guitar body.
Modify formants in a resynthesized spectral drum loop 1. Navigate to the Loops subfolder in the Factory samples folder, and choose a drum loop. When loading is complete, click the Formant button to the right of the source A window. Adjust the Size knob value to make the drums seem bigger or smaller. Adjust the Smooth knob value to alter the rate of change for the formant filter.
Higher values smear the timbre of one drum into the next. Lower values exaggerate changes and create an unusual distortion near the bottom of the knob range. Create a talking additive sound with synthesized vowel formants 1. Select source A, then turn off the oscillator in the VA section to the right. Click the Additive button, and turn on the additive section.
You will hear an additive sawtooth sound if you play some notes. As an option, increase the Num Partials value. This helps to prevent the sound becoming dull if played in lower registers.
Click the Formant button, and turn on the lower Synthesized section. Increase the Select knob value, and play a few notes. Adjust the Shift knob, the Size knob, and the Center knob, to explore the different timbres available. Switch the order of vowels in the four pop-up menus, and also load different filter types such as Comb. The parameters in this section are shown when the Granular button is active in a source subpage.
The Granular section is available only when you import an audio sample using either granular or sampler mode. Note: The sampler and granular engines are mutually exclusive: you can use one or the other within a single source, but not both together.
You can, however, enable further sources if both engines are required simultaneously. Granular synthesis represents continuous sound as a stream of grains, or tiny pieces of sound. Alchemy generates grains by extracting 2- to millisecond pieces from an audio file. The amplitude of each grain is shaped, along with any pitch and pan modifications, before the grain is sent to the output stream.
Grains can be reordered, time stretched, and pitch shifted. This provides an inexhaustible supply of potential raw material to use as the basis of your sounds. Granular element parameters In addition to the following controls, granular playback is affected by loop modes and by the settings and modulations of the Position and Speed knobs in each source subpage. Modulations of the granular element update with each new grain. For an example of the impact this has, modulating the source Coarse Tune parameter with an LFO causes the stream of grains to rise and fall in pitch, but does not create pitch sweeps within each grain.
If a large Size value is used in conjunction with a low Density value, modulations of source parameters such as pitch may sound stepped, rather than smooth. The Size and Density parameters interact with each other. When the Density value is 1, a single grain is sent to the output stream. As soon as one grain finishes, the next one is sent. A Size value of msec sends a new grain every msec. Increasing Density to 2 adds a second grain that is sent in between those of the first, resulting in a new grain every 50 msec, assuming a Size value of msec.
The first and second grains overlap each other. Higher Density values inject additional new grains into the output stream. These new grains occur more frequently and overlap more heavily. Setting Size to around msec and Density to around 5 grains is often suitable for smooth pad sounds with no sharp transients.
Setting Size between 40 and 80 msec and Density to around 2 grains is useful for drums and other sounds featuring sharp transients. Small Size values tend to produce a buzz that masks the original pitch of the sample. Large Size values tend to break up the sound. You can counteract both tendencies by increasing the Density.
Note: Also important to the Size and Density parameters is the shape chosen in the Grain Shape pop-up menu. This can have a significant or subtle impact on sonic artifacts that may be introduced in the stream of grains. The source Stereo button must be on for RPan to have an effect. Taps retrigger the attack phase of the source. Note: Taps that fall within a looped area are retriggered on each loop cycle.
Values are shown as a percentage of the overall sound duration. Set to zero to trigger taps in quick succession at the sound end point. The source Stereo button must be on for Stereo Offset to have an effect.
At a basic level, this applies a small fade-in and fade-out to each grain, but some shapes may have a more significant impact, depending on the current Size and Density values and the source material.
You can also step through the available grain shapes with the Previous and Next buttons the arrows. This function is primarily intended to reduce or remove glitches, clicks, and crackles in the playback of a stream of grains, but it can introduce buzzy gaps between grains and can affect the tonality of grains.
There are no fixed rules when it comes to the choice of grain shape, given the infinite variety of source audio material. Therefore, you may want to experiment to achieve the required results. The parameters in this section are shown when the Sampler button is active in a source subpage. The sampler section is available only when you import an audio sample using either granular or sampler mode. The sampler section allows audio files, known as samples, to be played directly.
Samples played at a higher pitch than the original play back at a faster speed. Samples played at a lower pitch than the original play back at a slower speed. The sample waveform is displayed in the center. A progress bar indicates the current playback position for the most recently triggered note. When multiple elements are used in a source, use this control to set the relative level of the sampled component.
The parameters in this section are shown when the VA Virtual Analog button is active in a source subpage. When you click the Name bar File button, and choose Initialize Preset from the pop-up menu to initialize Alchemy to default settings, the VA element is automatically enabled. Basic saw, sine, square, and triangle and many specialized waveforms are provided.
You can also step through the available waveforms with the Previous and Next buttons the arrows. When multiple elements are used in a source, use this control to set the relative level of the oscillator component. When a square wave is active, Symmetry acts as a pulsewidth control. These have different spectral characteristics that can be further refined with filters. You can step through the available waveforms with the Previous and Next buttons the arrows.
When multiple elements are used in a source, use this control to set the relative level of the noise component. All frequencies above this value are allowed to pass. All frequencies below are attenuated. All frequencies below this value are allowed to pass. All frequencies above are attenuated. The Low Cut and High Cut parameters work in conjunction with each other to act as a bandpass filter, where the noise signal that falls within the two cutoff ranges is allowed to pass.
Logic Pro Alchemy source modulations Source components are shown only in advanced view. Parameters that have a modulation assignment are indicated by an orange arc around the control. Note: Parameters that are morphed and have a modulation assignment show both an orange and green arc around the control.
This section focuses on Position, which is a modulation target. The principles discussed apply equally to other source parameter targets. Position determines the playback position of audio data. When modulated, the playback path through the audio data is controlled by the selected modulation source.
In sampler mode, the note-on modulation value determines the initial offset for the play position within the audio data. Beginning at that position, the rest of the sound plays in a normal manner, although looped as if the Loop mode is set to All. In additive, spectral, or granular mode, Position can be continuously modulated forward or backward at any rate including zero.
Create tempo-synced loops by modulating position Synchronized playback of looped audio with the Logic Pro X tempo is easy to achieve by modulating the Position parameter. This technique is possible with any synthesis method that permits continuous modulation of Position. This example uses the granular engine, but the same technique can be applied to the additive and spectral engines.
When Position is modulated and Speed has a value greater than zero, the playback path is determined by a combination of modulation value whenever this value changes and the normal path at a rate determined by Speed whenever the modulation value is static.
In source A, import a rhythmic or melodic sample that loops evenly. You will hear that playback is frozen at the very beginning of the sample. Do one of the following:. Note the orange arc that appears around the Position knob. This indicates that the parameter has a modulation assignment. Also in the LFO, turn off the Bipolar button. This routing increases Position smoothly so that the entire sample plays back from beginning to end, then jumps immediately back to the beginning and continues to loop.
Finally, adjust the Logic Pro X tempo as you play additional notes to confirm that the loop is properly synchronized. Logic Pro Alchemy morph controls Source components are shown only in advanced view. Click the Advanced button to switch to advanced view, then click the Morph button to view and use the morph controls.
The morph controls determine how the four Alchemy sources interact. There are two basic types of interaction. This is equivalent to turning the Amp knobs in each source to attain the desired mix.
If you crossfade from a source with a high Coarse Tune setting to a source with a low Coarse Tune setting, the high source fades out as the low source fades in. In the middle of the crossfade you hear both sources. If you morph from a source with a high Coarse Tune setting to a source with a low Coarse Tune setting, you hear a single sound during the morph. The sound tuning falls smoothly from the high value to the low one.
Morphing provides more scope than simple crossfades between sources. It also allows cross-synthesis, where you can combine different aspects of different sound elements. For example, you could apply the formants or other characteristics of an additive source to the spectral element of another source.
See the tutorials found in Logic Pro Alchemy elemental morphs overview. Morphed parameters are indicated by a green arc around the control. Parameters that are morphed and have a modulation assignment show both an orange and green arc around the control. Parameter settings are shared across all morphed sources, which means that changing a parameter in one source results in the corresponding parameter being changed for all morphed sources.
Note: Parameters that do not directly participate in the morph, including most buttons and pop-up menus, are indicated with a lock icon displayed at the top left of the control the lock icons are shown only in source subpages. Where there is a parameter pairing of an On button and a pop-up menu, only the button shows the lock icon.
Neither parameter participates in the morph. Regions of each source encompassed by corresponding warp markers are time- aligned in the morph. See Logic Pro Alchemy zone waveform editor. Also controls VA morph position if the VA element is active. Also controls sampler morph position if the sampler element is active. Also controls morphing of the source filter knobs.
These controls morph the timing of the sound. In cases where source A has a short attack and source B has a long attack, for example, the length of the attack varies as you change the X knob. Turn off for the best morphing quality. As an example, Auto Align corrects the timing of words of four spoken voice samples saying the same phrase in each of the four morphed sources. Auto Align is automatically turned off when you set warp markers manually. Regions of each source encompassed by corresponding warp markers are time-aligned in the morph.
See Logic Pro Alchemy elemental morphs overview. Use Elements to view and edit the X values of five parameters. Morphs affect only the chosen group of sources.
This also controls the sampler morphing position if the sampler element is active. Turn off for higher morphing quality. For example, Auto Align corrects the timing of words of four spoken voice samples saying the same phrase in each of the four morphed sources. Drag the point to change the X or Y value, or both. Drag each point to change the corresponding X and Y values. Edit buttons are shown on all source subpages.
Shown at the top right of all edit windows. By default, the Main edit window is shown. Further Additive and Spectral edit windows can be opened by clicking the buttons at the top of the window. These windows provide additional parameters that let you precisely edit and sculpt your sounds. The Main edit window is divided into three areas that interact with each other. You can edit parameters graphically in the keymap or waveform editor or can use corresponding fields and other parameters in the inspector.
This area interacts with the zone parameters in the inspector. See Logic Pro Alchemy keymap editor. The source edit window is opened by clicking the Edit button on any source subpage.
Click the close window icon X to close the source edit window. The source inspector is divided into three main parameter groupings: global and source parameters, group parameters, and zone parameters. Click the X icon at the top right of the active window to close it. You can also click the Previous and Next buttons the arrows to step through available waveform data. All other sources are muted. Logic Pro Alchemy inspector group controls Source components are shown only in advanced view.
Click the close window icon X at the top right to close the window. The new group name is added below existing group names in the Group list shown under the Group pop-up menu. A sequentially assigned number is appended to the new group name. Control-click a group name to choose the Delete command. Attack triggers group zones when note-on messages are received. Release triggers group zones for note-off messages.
This mode is useful for instruments with a distinctive end-of-note sound such as a key click or hammer thump. Such sounds can be included as a separate group with release triggering enabled. You can also use this feature creatively to add abstract reverb tails or to create a pad sound that changes dramatically during the release stage.
Apply a fade in time value ranging from 0 to for note-off events when the release trigger mode is active. This parameter is primarily intended for use in conjunction with release triggering, to create a crossfade between the main body of the note and the release sample.
A common use of this feature is to create a group containing an open and a closed hi-hat sample. If you set group polyphony to one, either the closed or open hi-hat sample can play, but not both at the same time. You can create and combine multiple rules using boolean logic. The normal state for any newly created group is a single rule set to Always, unless that group was defined as a Round Robin group in the Import browser Dropzone.
Click the field to choose a rule. This adds a new rule pop-up menu below the first and displays a Logic pop-up menu to the right. Choose Delete from the pop-up menu to remove a rule. At least two round robin groups must exist for this parameter to have an effect. Each group is assigned a different value. If two groups are assigned to the same value, both zones are triggered simultaneously.
Each note-on sequentially triggers a round robin group from lowest to highest. Once the highest group number is triggered, the sequence starts again from the lowest group number.
Drag vertically in the field or use the arrows to set a value. No Order pop-up menu is shown. You can also assign keyswitching to a MIDI note or range of notes which prevents the group from triggering until one of these notes is played. Two pop-up menus are displayed, where you can choose keyswitch conditions. For example, set the first field to Snap2 and the second field to Snap4, which results in the group being triggered only when the Transform pad is at position 2, 3, or 4. Assign multiple groups to different ranges to switch between up to eight different groups.
See Logic Pro Alchemy Transform pad. This knob is visible only when the Keysw options are chosen in these menus. For example, set the first field to Keysw1 and the second to Keysw5, which results in the group being triggered when the Keyswitch knob is set to a value that falls within this range. Up to 10 Keyswitch knob positions are available, enabling you to switch between groups with the knob.
Because the Keyswitch knob is available as a modulation target, this lets you create complex automated group switches. Play a note in this range to switch to a group, which remains active until another group is chosen.
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