Learn Push 2: Recording audio
In this video, let’s look at how you can record audio with an audio interface using Push. I’d like to record an audio sample from a
vinyl record using Push. In order to do this, I’ve already set up an audio track, set to the inputs of my audio interface. To arm this track, all I have to do is press the Record button and the button below the display where Samples is displayed. Now my track is armed, I can now press the Record button to start the recording process, and start my record. By pressing the Clip button, I have an automatic display of the waveform as it’s being recorded. Once I’ve finished recording the sample, I’ll press the Play button to stop the recording process. Now, I’ve recorded the sample with a large amount of silence at the beginning, so I’d like to edit it. In order to do this, I’ll edit it in the Simpler device. I’ll press the Convert button and convert this sample to a Simpler. Once in the Simpler, I can now press the Device Mode and start to edit the start and end points of my sample. So in this case, I’d actually like to play the individual drum hits of the sample I recorded, so I’m going to switch the mode from Classic to Slicing, and then maybe adjust the sensitivity of the slices so that I have a nice number of playable sounds that I can now reuse.