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【インタビュー】卒業生の1年後 in LA

yoshieYoshie Nakayama, from Tokyo, is a Contemporary Writing and Production major, 6th semester. She studies arranging, recording/mixing with ProTools, playing trombone for concerts/recordings, and singing in vocal ensembles. She graduated Kunitachi College of Music in Tokyo with Bachelor of Music from Music Education major, Music Education minor, with a license of teaching music in japanese Junior high/senior high schools.


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“Logic will get you from A to B. Imagination will take you everywhere.”

That’s right.  Know who said that?  This guy.  He wrote the special and general theories of relativity, received the 1921 Nobel Prize, and knew every Logic hot-key in the manual by heart.  Anyways, today we’re gonna look at organizing a video session within Logic.  If you haven’t scored video in Logic already, it has some great tools and details that make the process simple and efficient.

The first step is getting your movie into Logic.  Under the “Global” tracks in the arrange window is a “Video” track.  If you click the arrow next to “Video” to view details, there is a “Open Movie” button.  This will take you to your finder window, where you can select whichever video clip it is you plan on using:

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