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Open Recording Preferences… — Logic Pro X keyboard command of the day

Logic Pro X keyboard command of the day. #LogicProX @StudioIntern1

  Open Recording Preferences…

I wonder sometimes. Why would I make a command like this a “keyboard command”? I wouldn’t normally do that, but I can certainly think of a reason I might want to assign it to something.

Maybe I should call this ‘Logic Commands’.

Recording preferences — Logic Pro X

You can use Recording settings to determine how Logic Pro responds while in record mode.


Convert Regions to New Audio Files ⌥⌘F — Logic Pro X keyboard command of the day

Logic Pro X keyboard command of the day. #LogicProX @StudioIntern1

  Convert Regions to New Audio Files    ⌥⌘F

Project audio commands. Important to understand what they actually do, and where the resulting audio files are located.

One of the most common horror stories I have heard is “I lost my audio files.” Doesn’t matter the reason, it just seems to happen. Losing things is not an option.

Selected regions are converted to audio files with no effect processing. Audio files are saved in a chosen folder. In my testing the audio files are stored in the project audio folder and a copy is stored in the chosen folder.

Move, copy, and convert audio files — Logic Pro X

You can move selected audio files to another location on your computer. This is useful when you want to move all audio files used in a project to a new folder, for example.


– Project Audio — Logic Pro X keyboard command of the day

Logic Pro X keyboard command of the day. #LogicProX @StudioIntern1

  - Project Audio

Today’s command is actually a header entry for the category “Project Audio”. It is an important topic, and one that needs to be fully understood to make decent use of Logic Pro X.

The commands are found in the menu of the Project Audio window. Useful.

Project Audio Browser overview — Logic Pro X

The Project Audio Browser shows all audio files and regions that have been added to or recorded in your project, whether or not they are used in the Tracks area. Regions shown in the Project Audio Browser that are not used in the Tracks area are indicated in red.


- Project Audio

Select Previous Audio File ↑
Select Next Audio File ↓
Show Audio File Details
Hide Audio File Details
Rename… ⇧↩
Add Audio File… ⌃F
Add Region ⌃R
Delete File(s) ⌘⌫
Optimize File(s)… ⌃O
Backup File(s) ⌃B
Copy/Convert File(s)… ⌃K
Move File(s) out of project
Select Used
Select Unused ⇧U
Show All Regions ⌥↓
Hide All Regions ⌥↑
Remove Silence from Audio Region… ⌃X
Import Region Information ⌃I
Export Region Information ⌃E
Create Group… ⌃G
Delete Selected Groups

Independent Grace — Logic Pro X keyboard command of the day

Logic Pro X keyboard command of the day. #LogicProX @StudioIntern1

  Independent Grace

Grace notes are independent from the note they are attached to. They don’t “count” when calculating measures.

Add grace notes and independent notes — Logic Pro X

When Additional Score Options is selected in the Advanced preferences pane, you can add grace notes and other independent notes to a score. Independent notes are notes that aren’t included in the automatic rhythmic (and graphic) display calculation of a measure, but are still played back via MIDI.

Logic Pro X commands as band names…this one works 😉