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AudioCR MIDI FX Freeze v1.0.1 macOS [FREE] screenshot
Free | x64 AU macOS | 700 KB
Convert any MIDI FX plugin output in Logic Pro X to the editable midi region. Logic Pro X 10.5.1 Required.

Convert any MIDI FX plugin output in Logic Pro X to the editable midi region. Use chord trigger or arpeggiator and convert its outputs to editable midi. Just place the plugin as the last MIDI FX in the plugin chain, enable record, and playback your region on track, drag converted midi back to Logic PRO X track. You can now edit notes and fine-tune changes that were not possible before.

Logic Pro X version: 10.5.1 is requiered.

1. Insert MIDI FX Freeze as last MIDI FX Plugin (After chord trigger, arpeggiator, etc.)
2. Select Project Sample Rate to match the current project setting.
3. Enable Record Button.
4. Playback midi region on track.
5. Drag fully editable midi region back to track.

Tested on macOS Big Sur 11.14 and Logic Pro 10.6.2

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  Member 31.05.2021 17 68
If it's capturing midi notes and converting it in realtime, why do you have to drag the file out of the plugin? that seems kinda outdated. IMO. it would be cool if you arm the track and then record it again and it writes the midi notes for you in real time, even if it took a second or two to analyze the track like melodyne does.
  Resident 5.09.2012 681
1. This plugin is from an era, when Logic didn't support capture MIDI yet
2. It's much easier to drag out the MIDI to export it to the desktop etc with this plugin than manually exporting it from Logic.
3. And most important of all: it captures any and all of the MIDI notes triggered by MIDI plugins like the Chord Trigger so you can edit them afterward – something you cannot do in Logic otherwise without extra MIDI routing. So stop complaining!
  Member 10.02.2015 229
If you think Reaper(Record MIDI output), Logic haven't. At some points Logic is from stone age era.
  Resident 5.09.2012 681
At some point your english skills got stuck in the stone age era
  Resident 26.09.2013 31 327
You have no idea how much Logic Pro is powerful than others.

Usually many producers are prefer Logic Pro because logic stock plugins and synths are very complete and they don't need 3rd party plugins.
Tech House.
  Banned 26.01.2019 15 1320
This isn't free.
I just went to the website and it's $5.99

quote by Ionno1. This plugin is from an era, when Logic didn't support capture MIDI yet

Hmm. Well it's from a very recent, still happening era of Logic's scripting potential.
It's quite simple to make this yourself.
You didn't need a comma after the word "era" btw.
The Clavichord is from the Late Middle Ages. It's not a Clavinet.

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