To continue with our environment, weʼre going to move into a little bit deeper water. Up until now weʼve created simple objects to control a single parameter with a simple on/off switch like interface. This week weʼre going to build…Read more
An EWI player and programmer since the EWI 1000 in the mid 1980's, I've spent countless hours programming sounds and playing the EWI live, in the studio, and on a multitude of projects over the years. I also happen to be an Apple Certified Logic Pro Trainer and I even spent a short stint teaching Logic and Mainstage for Apple. From sound design & programming, integrating the EWI into your live rig, utilizing the power of Logic or Mainstage in live performance, or setting up and maintaining a Mainstage rig, I'm sure you'll find something useful here for your EWI explorations. Please feel free to ask questions through the contact form in the footer below and I'll be happy to try to help sort out your EWI problems. I also offer consultations and lessons via the web and in person in NYC. Enjoy the site and happy EWI-ing!
Here you can learn more about using the EWI (or most wind controllers) with Apple's flagship audio tool, Logic Pro X. Please explore and enjoy! Feel free to contact me to answer your questions.
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