Articles On Hardware
Hardware to me is usually going to mean computer hardware, but it could be MIDI controllers, other MIDI gear, or other outboard gear. Microphones have their own section.
- You Can Fix Your nanoPAD
The Korg nanoPAD was the first MIDI controller in a non-keyboard form factor I purchased. The first one I bought crapped out a bit somehow, I’ve forgotten how, but Korg replaced it for me. From that time on, though, I... »
- Using The Mod Wheel As A Volume/Velocity Control in Logic
My MIDI keyboard doesn't have very satisfactory velocity curves for programming drums, so I wanted to be able to use the mod wheel to control the volume of incoming notes. Logic is able to do this quite well with a small amount of environment tinkering, detailed here. »
- Sending Sound Out to a Different Device Than It Comes In
Logic 7.0.1 and below only allow the use of a single audio interface, for both input and output. Mac OS X 10.4 offers a way to get around this limitation using Aggregate Devices. With this change, you can take inputs from an external sound card while sending audio out through the Mac's built-in audio system. »