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Depending on the order of processing, it is possible that your cut is resulting in the compressor behaving less aggressively. This in turn might result in the VU meter measuring the signal as stronger depending on how the compressor and VU meter are doing their processing.
For whom it may concern - this is what I eventually did: Pro Tools exports split-stereo files as pairs of files with an identical name and a .L.wav and .R.wav suffix accordingly. When logic detects such a pair during import, it automatically combines it into an interleaved region. What I ended up doing was renaming all files with the aforementioned name ...
Use the Environment. Drop in a Fader that listens to incoming MIDI CCs and transforms them into Fader messages. Then figure out which settings will get you to your virtual instrument. You may also need a transformer to filter MIDI CC7 from hitting your sequencer input.
It is possible to do a smooth pitch bend with Logic and the Pitch Shifter II plugin, but it isn't easy. The core problem is that Logic is built around MIDI, and most MIDI messages are 7-bit. A 7-bit number can represent any of 127 different values, which isn't very many when you are dealing with pitch bends. Fortunately, Logic does support a special kind of ...
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