« Ken Karsh - Eventide Nembrini Lumbeat Ambient Improv | App News | Preview: miRack Standalone Beta Multi-out Sync to AUM »

AUM Basics: How to Layer Keyboards

YouTuber Logan J. Smith shows us how to use MIDI Tools to create splits and zone layering in AUM. This allows you to control multiple apps in different ways from the same MIDI channel. This is great for thickening up one section of your keyboard with layered apps, or restrict a specific app to only listen to notes in a limited region. Logan is also celebrating his 500th subscriber!

Video Description:

This video shows how to use AUM to layer synths to be played with one keyboard like you might do with Logic Pro and Mainstage. Enjoy!

Thanks for watching! Please Like and Subscribe!

To find my latest album Soliloquy in C-minor on Apple Music, Google Play Music, Spotify and more, go here: https://distrokid.com/hyperfollow/loganjacob/soliloquy-in-c-minor

---
Apple Music: https://music.apple.com/us/artist/logan-jacob/1524898950
Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/artist/7t6uCxExNaAbPmqkuqVlOd?si=qt-hajBaRCiFt1wL3T7wyg
Patreon: http://www.patreon.com/loganjacob
Facebook: https://www.fb.me/loganjacobmusic
Bandcamp: https://loganjacob.bandcamp.com/
Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/loganjacob

Reader Comments

There are no comments for this entry. To create a new comment, use the form below.
comment

  Post a New Comment

You are not currently logged in. Would you like to login or register?
Enter your information below to add a new comment anonymously.

I'm not a racist, but...
Usernames need to be at least 2 characters!
I'm not a racist, but...
Please don't use weird characters in usernames!
{[ Ctrl.useravailable[Ctrl.userselector] ]}
{[ Ctrl.useravailabletext[Ctrl.userselector] ]}
Wow, that's a short email address!

Comment:

Do not use HTML in your comments. Tags: [b] Bold Text [/b] [i] Italic Text [/i]
Links will be generated if you include http:// or https:// at the beginning of a URL.
Submit

Contact | Privacy Policy | Developer Services | Advertise
discchord.com is a service of Gnubesoft