Nudge Region/Event Position Left by Tick — Logic Pro X keyboard command of the day

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

  Nudge Region/Event Position Left by Tick

This is a powerful tool when editing. The X-Touch has a nudge mode, so left/right movement of regions can be done from the controller as well. I am pleased when I find commands that are useful and that are implemented on my control surface. Makes me smile. Things I will use.

Move regions in the Tracks area — Logic Pro X:

Nudge regions by a set value
Use one of the following key commands:

Mackie Control Nudge button overview — Control Surfaces Help:

The NUDGE button allows you to move (nudge) selected audio or MIDI regions (or events) in Small, Large, or Temporary Nudge mode.

Large Nudge mode — Control Surfaces Help:

Hold down the SHIFT button, then press the NUDGE button to show eight functions on the LCD that are mapped to the corresponding V-Pot buttons. These functions allow you to move the selected region or events by various amounts or to a specific position. Press the NUDGE button a second time to turn off Large Nudge mode.


Homework: Connect Logic to the Casio PX330 GM player

My Casio PX330 has a full GM player inside. I should learn how to connect Logic Pro X or MainStage and play MIDI files/songs.

I will need to use the PX330 manual and the Logic Pro X / MainStage manuals as well.

Go to Layer of Object — Logic Pro X keyboard command of the day

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

  Go to Layer of Object

I am astonished. I can open as many MIDI Environment windows that I want. They all have the same name. The trick is to use multiple windows to show layers and work.

The command is found in the “Options” drop down menu.