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Logic Pro: How To Use the Rhythmic Flex Mode | WinkSound

Subscribe to WinkSound: http://bit.ly/WinkSoundSubscribe Watch more Logic Pro video tutorials here: http://bit.ly/WinkSoundLogicPro Rhythmic flex mode time stretches the material, looping audio between slices in order to fill any gaps. Most suitable for non-monophonic material, such as rhythmic guitars, keyboard parts, and Apple Loops. This tutorial explains how to access the Rythmic Flex Mode and make use of it's different parameters such as Loop Decay, Decay and Loop Offset within Logic Pro. Keep up to date with the latest tutorials from WinkSound by following our feeds: YouTube - http://www.youtube.com/winksound Twitter - https://twitter.com/#!/WinkSound Tumblr - http://blog.winksound.com/ WinkSound Mobile Apps: http://bit.ly/WinkSoundMobile Instagram - http://web.stagram.com/n/winksound/
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