ASK Video Releases Environment Modules for Logic

Ontario, Canada (September 19, 2007)--Audio/video company Ask Video Interactive Media has released 12 new utility/creative modules based on the objects in Logic's Environment. These new Environment Modules automate common tasks to streamline workflow and highlight creative features for Logic users.
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Ontario, Canada (September 19, 2007)--Audio/video company Ask Video Interactive Media has released 12 new utility/creative modules based on the objects in Logic's Environment. These new Environment Modules automate common tasks to streamline workflow and highlight creative features for Logic users.

Created for ASK Video by guitarist, composer and music educator Tony Wallace, the modules have been designed so Logic users of all levels will be able to install and operate them. Advanced users can dissect the modules to learn more about how Environment objects work and interact. A PDF user's guide provides directions and sample settings for each module and tutorials on MIDI and the Environment.

As Wallace explains, “I created these modules to handle some of the common MIDI processing tasks I needed to perform in my own studio, as well as to demonstrate some of the creative potential available in the Logic Environment. They range from simple MIDI utilities, like the Multi Converter and Velocity Fix & Scale, to fun tools that you can use to develop new musical ideas, like Buzz Roll and the Step Sequencer.”

Utility-type modules can be used to solve everyday problems and include Data Splitter, Channel Mapper, Swap & Merge, CC Mapper, Note to CC Converter, Multi Converter, and Velocity Fix & Scale. Creative-type modules are reportedly helpful in generating new ideas and include Pitch & Mod Stick, X/Y Crossfader, Pattern Delay, Step Sequencer and Buzz Roll.

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