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The Yellow Sign



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Another piece resulting from learning more features of Logic Pro X.
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Uploaded: Feb 22, 2016 - 09:27:09 PM
Last Updated: Feb 22, 2016 - 09:27:09 PM Last Played: Jun 27, 2019 - 02:03:59 PM
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Dadai.2 said 1279 days ago (February 22nd, 2016)
The Vibe...
... is what this song of yours has created. And it goes on and on with no lapse of interest or enjoyment, and it works. Kudos...
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Maurice7 said 1278 days ago (February 23rd, 2016)
Much Thanks!
I appreciate the feedback.
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davajonah said 1279 days ago (February 23rd, 2016)
Very cool
electronica. You've used a lot of different voices in this, but not haphazardly. They're held together as a coherent whole by the wonderful bass. Lot of tracks on this, I imagine! A good exercise in learning a new programme. Great stuff.
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Maurice7 said 1278 days ago (February 23rd, 2016)
Great Ears, Dave!
You are correct. There are actually 27 tracks! And, I did write everything around the bass. I'm playing my Schecter bass through some of the cool bass effects in Logic. It began with me taking a looped beat and learning to use the "take" function - which is a really cool new feature from upgrading from GarageBand. Some of the other cool things I did was use my iPad as a software instrument to record Midi tracks. Thanks for listening!
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PeterB7858 said 1278 days ago (February 23rd, 2016)
The Yellow Sign
Atmospheric piece, David. Jungle beat. Plenty of ear candy drifting in and out but not too cluttered. Sounded cinematic. You certainly seem be getting a handle on what Logic has to offer. Nice work. Thanks.
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Maurice7 said 1278 days ago (February 23rd, 2016)
Thanks, Peter!
Appreciate the comments, Peter. I am thoroughly loving working through all of the amazing features of Logic Pro X.
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Henke said 1278 days ago (February 23rd, 2016)
Cool learning piece
Actually, cool anyways with lots going on ;-)

Any more comments how LPX is working for you? I am not happy about the interface of the latest Garageband version (even if there are fun ingredients too). I have done a few songs in Logic Pro 8 and it seems I have version 9 on my drive at the moment (hardly ever opened it though). But I hear X is something else. For better or worse? More like the latest GB where the interesting stuff is hidden in some strange and harmful wish to simplify until death or actually easier to get things done in..?

Thanks and take care,
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Maurice7 said 1278 days ago (February 23rd, 2016)
My experience . . .
. . . has been with GarageBand for years and years. I started really getting into the nuts and bolts of GarageBand in 2010 and have noticed that over the years, many of the features have seemed to be stripped down to a more intuitive, yet, in many regards, less malleable experience. I was really disappointed when Apple began removing a lot of green loops from GarageBand. I was honestly expecting Logic to be a whole new system but was pleasantly surprised to find it more like the older version of GarageBand. Of course, there are numerous features and functions that are wholly new to a more professional version, but, overall, I like that it is really familiar and "feels" like a fuller version of GarageBand. My learning curve has been rather quick because of this and I believe Apple now has merged the two to be a rather seamless evolution for a beginner to advanced user. I also love the iPad version of GarageBand and the Logic Remote app. I feel they serve as a very intuitive extension to the software programs. I am especially having fun with using my iPad as an instrument. I just wish that other music apps interfaced as easily as Logic Remote does. It would be really cool to be able to use, say, Jordan Rudess' synth apps through Bluetooth as easily.
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Henke said 1216 days ago (April 25th, 2016)
Ahh thank you
Sorry for the late thanks. Seems like a nice upgrade then. I should grab a copy if eventually I get back to making music again. It's really been too long... /H
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VicDiesel said 1274 days ago (February 28th, 2016)
Are you exploring the arpeggiator function? That's one I still have to figure out.

Nice piece. Really enjoyed.
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Warren Smith said 1269 days ago (March 3rd, 2016)
Joy in the music
Fun piece .. that is, fun to listen to. I think when we give ourself permission to play with music, that is often when something good emerges from the uninhibited process. This was delightful from start to finish.
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Name: David Maurice Garrett
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While I'm a guitarist and bassist, I've also studied composition. I really love to create techno-based music using my iPad and Logic Pro on my MacBook Pro. I especially like to build up layers of loops, then morph them and then deconstruct them.... [see more]

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Ambient music is a loosely defined musical genre that incorporates elements of a number of different styles - including jazz, electronic music, new age, rock and roll, modern classical music, reggae, traditional, world and even noise.

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