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Lesson 8. Recording > Filtering MIDI Input

Filtering MIDI Input

Logic provides two ways to filter MIDI input. Using the Song Settings window's MIDI pane, you can filter out incoming MIDI events such as note events, program changes, pitch bend data, and aftertouch information. Additionally, you can also adjust quantization as you record MIDI events into Logic using the MIDI Thru feature. The following section details both techniques.

Using Input Filtering

MIDI controllers can generate a variety of MIDI commands. In addition to note-on and note-off information, they also send information like continuouscontrol numbers and aftertouch (pressure) commands. In some cases, you may not want to record every type of information that your controller is generating. For example, you may not want to record aftertouch information if you have a sound that reacts strangely to aftertouch and you sometimes inadvertently press too hard on the keys. You can use input filtering to prevent this information from getting to the track.


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