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Precisely how is this continuity realised? Perceptual continuity in Transformers is strategically and emphatically maintained through the juxtaposition of what I call action spaces and contemplative spaces. While action spaces are formulated through the affect of cutting — literally cutting the field of vision as a sensory charge — contemplative spaces are populated with bodies in relation to space, providing the spectator unencumbered perceptual access to that space as a continuous spatio-temporal field.
In the first Transformer attack, Bay sets up the inciting incident of the arrival of an identified military helicopter. The shot is held for seven seconds, a noticeable, felt duration within the sequence. At this point, the shot is merely a revelation of the Transformer; a close-up on the face of the pilot ripples with digital code, inserting the object into a digital image itinerary familiar to audiences of films like The Matrix However, the cut from the revelation of the Transformer opens the image into a long shot and a left-right track behind a densely populated image field: vehicles and soldiers preparing for the confrontation.
In shifting from the close-up revelation of the Transformer to the wide angle, Bay effectively reveals the object a second time, but the Transformer is now strategically focalised within the spatio-temporal field as whole. The two-shot montage association stitches the revelation of the digital image into its pro-filmic environment, thereby establishing a continuous spatio-temporal field incorporating the Transformer and the environment of the surrounding military base.
After the attack on the base, the sequence moves into a frenetic concoction of action images. However, again, the sequence re-affirms, or re-composes , spatial continuity through interspersed contemplative spaces: a wide shot in depth of the Transformer clearly situated within the entire field; this image reveals the Transformer as an aesthetic image of attraction in relation to the surrounding field.
Figures Spatial continuity: the image of attraction in depth. Movements of tight, frenetic cutting are strategically rationalized through wide shots in expansive depths of field. In the second Transformer attack, again utilising a very basic spatio-temporal parallelism, Bay establishes an emphatic continuity over and above the experience of chaotic action. Now in the desert, the Transformer attacks a group of marines, allowing Bay free access to his signature hyperbolic image of action.
As in the first attack, framing, camerawork, lines of movement within the field, even wide shots of action, are frequently unstable and disorienting. In this sequence, the juxtaposed contemplative space is perceptually opened for the spectator through a parallel comic interlude, a narrative device Bay frequently uses in his films. The frenetic action sequence is juxtaposed with the striking stillness of a cut to a call centre operator.
The spectator is both released from the disorienting, assaultive action, and provided the duration of a parallel sequence through which to infer the perceptual continuity of the spatio-temporal field of the desert action sequence. Again drawing on Berliner and Cohen, I would argue that the contemplative space compels the spectator to search for coherence in the spatio-temporal field of the action sequence, appropriating the eye-line point of view, frame stability, and clarity of sound from the parallel sequence in the call centre.
The stillness of the comic interlude is incorporated within the spatio-temporal field, functioning as creative montage in formulating a continuous experiential field. In this sequence, as in the first attack, the spectator does not require the clarity of continuity style. The freeway confrontation Stork excerpts in his video essay perhaps best approximates the chaos style, yet here again, the image of disorienting action is always contextualized within the spatio-temporal whole.
The sequence plays out a marvellous, self-reflexive negotiation of contemporary action aesthetics. Bay utilizes his chaotic style derived through trial and error from the Bad Boys franchise. In a signature style, he frames vehicular chases for radical discontinuity, an aesthetic mode derived from the car-film genre.
Framing chaotic car chases is certainly not original to Bay, nor, indeed, to the so-called post-continuity era of the action film. In a film like Mad Max , George Miller breaches continuity through expressive cutting far more radically, and to far greater visceral effect, than Bay has managed in either the Bad Boys or Transformers franchise. In the freeway confrontation, discontinuous editing is perceptually rationalized through the exhibition of action images held in duration.
Again, Bay juxtaposes a montage of chaotic action with an insert framing the action within the whole. As in the action sequence in the desert, a series of frenetic cuts are juxtaposed with wide-angle depths of field, bringing the frame to rest.
But in this sequence, the contemplative space within the chaotic action is all the more emphatically composed through the use of slow motion. Figures Establishing the spatio-temporal field through depth and slow motion. Slow motion rationalizes the perceptually disorienting frames, cuts, and soundscapes, revealing the image within spatial surroundings at greater length, providing an extended perceptual duration.
Slow motion in depth fixes on the action image, but now, in emphatic depth and duration, the action image is inscribed in relation to the spatio-temporal field; slow motion brings the image into an emphatic relation to spatial and, particularly, temporal continuity.
Such inserts include cutaways to parallel narratives for example, the drama involving Secretary of Defense, John Keller Jon Voight at Hoover Dam , and moments of respite from the attack of the Decepticons in which the central characters strategize their defence. Two distinctly contemplative spaces are opened within the action through isolated character movements within the spatio-temporal field. Each journey functions as the affirmation of a spatio-temporal continuity within an extended action sequence of great complexity, denseness, and chaos.
In a familiar narrative device, the protagonist is isolated from his community — Sam must set out with the cube to ensure that it does not fall into the hands of Megatron. Figures Directionality and spatial continuity. Another contemplative space within the sequence is perhaps more imaginative: the second protagonist, Mikaela, despairs at the imminent victory of Megatron and the potential destruction of the human race.
The camera cuts into a tight profile angle as she rests her head on the steering wheel of her truck. Figure Insularity: hermetic continuity through non-diegetic sound. The contemplative space is opened through a lowering of the sound — a partial muting of the cacophony of the action within the surrounding field — and, in a shot of noticeable duration, she re-energizes, rediscovers her will, and re-joins the battle against Megatron. The track hermetically seals the journey as a contemplative space cut off from the surrounding cacophony.
While I have anchored my analysis firmly within the text — Transformers — I would contend that contemporary action cinema as a more diversely articulated genre negotiates an aesthetic imperative toward what I have called existential wholeness. Each film constructs a cinematic diegesis founded on narratives of becoming and accessible, ultimately orienting spatio-temporal environments. As a global commodity, Transformers functions as a brand for consumption and recycling.
Deploying a film style increasingly pervasive in the genre of action cinema, its compositional logic is toward the continuity of aesthetic form and existential experience. The possibilities of an avant-garde digital image for Manovich and Shaviro tend toward radically different image experiences: toward new modes of affect generated through new production styles and methods, and new industry formations. Software upgrade for Color Controller EA only. Fiery digital license option that provides intuitive tools that make advanced document preparation simple and quick.
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Optimized for Apple silicon on new MacBook Pro models. More than new instrument and audio patches. It is now possible to paste regions copied from multiple tracks to new tracks using a Marquee selection to define the starting track and position.
Stability and reliability Resolves an issue where Logic could quit unexpectedly when a Flex Pitch note is created in an empty region. Fixes an issue where Logic could quit when setting a patch as Default. Fixes an issue where Logic could quit sometimes when saving songs from previous versions of Logic to the Logic project format. Fixes an issue where editing global text objects in multi-page view in the Score can cause errors or for Logic to quit. Fixes an issue where Logic would quit unexpectedly when adjusting zoom of the Alchemy Waveshaper or Convolution Reverb using two finger gestures.
Fixes an issue where Logic would quit unexpectedly when loading a project that contains a stereo instance of ES2 with a modulation of “Diversity” from a setting created in a surround instance of ES2. Resolves an issue where Logic could quit unexpectedly when exporting a movie file with its original AAC audio track.
Resolves an issue where Logic could hang if both the New Track window and Control Surface Setup window are open at the same time. Fixes an issue where Logic could quit unexpectedly when loading presets or duplicating tracks containing Audio Units plug-ins on Apple Mac computers with Apple silicon. Fixes an issue where Logic could quit unexpectedly when left idle with multiple control surface devices connected.
Fixes an issue where Logic could unexpectedly stop recording and then go into play mode in certain rare cases. Performance Logic’s graphic performance is no longer affected by running Logic Remote on a connected iPad. Copying a take folder by Option-dragging no longer takes an unexpectedly long time.
Presets in Sampler now load faster. Performance when resizing the Key Commands window is improved. Performance is improved when cycling a Live Loops grid with tempo changes. Performance is improved when creating a new empty Drum Machine Designer kit. Performance is improved when dragging stompboxes into the Pedalboard. Performance when dragging files from from the File Browser to a Drum Machine Designer pad has been improved. Step Sequencer New Live Record mode for real-time capturing note and automation events into rows.
New Step Record mode for step entry of note and automation events when pattern is playing or stopped. New Mono Mode allows only one note step to be enabled per column. Row labels in Step Sequencer can now be custom named. There are now options to sort rows by type, note number, name or DMD sub-track order.
Step Sequencer now offers 2-bar and 4-bar Step Rates. It is now possible to create multiple rows for the same note or automation assignment. The Edit menu now includes a Delete Unused Row option. It is now possible to split a Drum Machine Designer Pattern region into individual Pattern Regions for each kit piece. The Playhead in the Step Sequencer editor is no longer offset unexpectedly in projects that start earlier than 1 1 1 1.
Quantizing or transposing Step Sequencer pattern regions on Drum Machine designer tracks will not cause the row assignments to change. Entering notes into Step Sequencer pattern regions that are longer than 16 steps no longer causes running playheads to jump to positions within the first 16 steps if the floating Note Repeat window is open.
Step Sequencer now shows only one row per input note in cases where multiple Drum Machine Designer pads use the same note to create layered sounds. The default values for automation row steps no longer update if any steps in the row are already enabled or have manually entered values. Adjusting the pitch setting in a Drum Machine Designer Pattern Sequence row no longer changes the triggered kit piece. Live Loops The Live Loops cell inspector now correctly shows the quantize value for the currently active take.
Live Loops cells now retain changed default Play From settings in the Inspector. If the Live Grid is in focus when a Drummer track is created, a Drummer cell is created.
When a currently playing cell in the Live Loops grid is duplicated in the same row, playback is switched to the duplicated cell. Adjusting a Live Loops cell length to be longer than the current Loop length during playback no longer causes the cell to be stuck in play.
Live Loops cells containing Pattern regions now play back in time consistently. Copying Zones from one layer to another no longer also copies their group. Note labels are now created consistently for all slices when creating a Quick Sampler instrument in Sliced mode. Automation Faders are no longer unexpectedly set to 0 db when released in Touch Relative mode. The Eraser tool now reliably deletes automation points.
Enabling the bypass button for automation in the channel strip now dims the automation data instead of hiding it. Fixes an issue where dragging selected automation points to the left in grouped tracks can cause an unselected point just before the leftmost selected point in the grouped tracks to be deleted. Fixes an issue where setting an unselected track to Automation Trim mode could set the selected track to Trim mode.
Fixes an issue where Logic could output a burst of noise with certain extreme automation settings of the High Cut parameter in Channel EQ. Region-baseed automation no longer plays back in muted take regions. Snap behavior when dragging Region-based automation points has been improved.
Automation is now reliably chased and displayed in the track header control when playback is started at any point in a project. The tooltip when editing automation points now reliably displays below the cursor. It is now possible to record automation with regions on the main track of a Track Stack. Automation written for a Surround Panner with stereo input now writes automation for Angle, as expected. Multiple selected faders now maintain their same relative positions when adjusting one of them after automation has been enabled, disabled, and then re-enabled.
CC data at the beginning of a region or Live Loops cell is now reliably triggered when playback is started at the region start position. Pitchbend data is now chased reliably. Fixes and issue where Chase occasionally generates unexpected Sustain Off messages when adjusting other controls during playback. Sustain messages are now chased correctly if the Playhead is moved during playback. Region-based Automation is now chased reliably. Chase now properly picks up events from looped regions.
Regions with Clip Length enabled no longer cause unexpected notes to be chased at the start of playback. Chase for MIDI messages has been improved.
Note events at the start of a region are no longer chased if the left corner of the region starts after the note on. Track Stacks Shift-clicking to select multiple tracks no longer causes tracks inside of closed Track Stacks to be selected.
Fixes an issue where tracks with stereo inputs enclosed in Summing Stacks could change to No Input when loaded as part of a saved Patch. Resolves an issue that prevented Track Stack overview regions from being selected in certain cases in which the Track Stack contained aliases of audio regions.
Track Stack patches now display the track name that was saved with the patch. Sustain pedal events now work reliably with all sub-tracks of a Summing Stack in cases where one or more of the tracks has a Key Limit set. Dragging a region or loop onto a track within a Track Stack now automatically loads inactive plug-ins on the main track of the stack. Dragging main tracks containing nested Track Stacks to different positions in the Track Header no longer causes the dragged tracks to be unexpectedly added to other Track Stacks or to disappear entirely.
New tracks created in a Summing Stack are placed immediately below the currently selected track. Flattening a Take Folder with an active Comp no longer causes Quantize to unexpectedly switch off. Fixes an issue where the Reset All Flex Edits command on a set of Grouped tracks in Slicing mode could throw the regions out of sync with one another.
Grouped tracks containing flexed takes takes now remain in phase when the number of transients in a Quantize referenced track is changed. Fixes an issue where audio regions set to Flex: Mono mode could sometimes exhibit crackling noises after the region borders are adjusted. Text now reliably remains visible when typing in parameter values for controls in Alchemy.
The Waveform display in the Convolution Reverb no longer disappears if an effect in a prior slot is dragged to a later slot. Moving a Waveshaper instance to another slot no longer causes other instances of Waveshaper to be added. Fixes an issue where saving an edited version of an Alchemy factory preset could create an unnecessary copy of AAZ file.
Plug-ins The Goniometer display in the Multimeter plug-in now continues to show output on Retina displays when receiving stereo white noise. Enabling True Peak Detection on one channel of the Limiter or AdLimiter plug-in in Dual Mono mode no longer puts the left and right channels out of phase with one another.
The disclosure triangle for advanced plug-in parameters is now available when the Advanced Tools preference is not enabled. The Peak Hold indicators in the Level Meter and Multimeter plug-ins no longer freeze when the level is reduced during playback. A Software Instrument plug-in window that is in Link mode and minimized no longer blinks when an audio track is selected.
Enabling True Peak Detection in the Adaptive Limiter plug-in no longer causes the overall output level to be unexpectedly reduced. On Mac computers with Apple silicon, switching between channels on dual mono instances of Audio Units plug-ins no longer causes the plug-in display to briefly flicker.
The signal now remains in phase when using the Grit or Tubeburner pedal modules in parallel on the Pedalboard. Fixes an issue where the cutoff filter in Retro Synth could sound different after several consecutive presses of the same key. Audio Units plug-ins with square windows now display properly on Mac computers with Apple silicon. Logic now properly migrates instances of Kontact 5 to Kontact 6 after Kontact has been updated on the computer.
Resolves an issue where IRs in Space Designer could be unexpectedly truncated after the project sample rate is changed. Mixer Fixes an issue where double-clicking on the Surround Panner to open a floating pan window occasionally leads to unexpected changes to the pan position. Selecting multiple channels in the Mixer using the Command or Shift keys now works consistently. Plug-in insert slots now show an indicator when plug-ins are using a sidechain input. Setting the channel strip in the Main window inspector to Surround output while the Smart Controls view is showing EQ on the Output no longer causes all insert slots on the Output to be filled with Channel EQ instances when the left channel strip is switched back to Stereo.
The Mixer now reliably updates to show that all effects plug-ins have been removed after the Remove All Effects Plug-ins command is used.
It is now possible to change the Automation Mode for multiple channels in the Mixer that are not assigned to tracks in the Main window. Groups Group settings now offer an option to create a default set. Groups in tracks with Track Alternatives are now maintained properly when a Take folder is disclosed on one of the tracks in the group.
Audio regions on grouped tracks whose anchors are not at the region start point are no longer unexpectedly selected when other non-overlapping regions in other tracks in the groups are selected. It is now possible to select a region on a track assigned to a group without also selecting overlapping regions on the same track.
Drummer now outputs sound when the Vintage Brushes kit is set to play only from the percussion section in the Drummer Editor. Fixes an issue where clearing all Pads in an instance of Drum Machine Designer could clear plug-ins from shared Auxes associated with the Drum Machine Designer instance. Saving a patch based on a new instance of Drum Machine Designer on a track with a custom track name now uses the track name by default. Loops placed on the main track of a multi-out Drum Machine Designer track stack now play in sync.
Drum Machine Designer sub-tracks can now be sorted. Subtracks for instances of Drum Machine Designer now reliably show icons when the toggling the stack in the Mixer. The Fill Lock setting is now preserved when a Drummer region is copied.
Takes and comping Using Quick Swipe comping from right to left to close a gap between comp segments in a Take no longer causes the entire Take to be unexpectedly be selected in the comp. The Audio File Editor now displays automatically generated Take names as expected. Fixes an issue in which Comps in Take Folders could still be edited on tracks with Track Protect enabled.
Fixes an issue where editing Quick Swipe Comping in an audio Take folder could reset fade lengths.