Because I Need the Characters Someplace
text is a tough way to do audio — ⇧ SHIFT — ⌃ CONTROL — ⌥ OPTION — ⌘ COMMAND
Did I learn anything? Possibly. I think I solved the poster’s dilemma.
Lots of what looks like tracks, but only 4. Exporting only exports 4. Mixer only says 4. Arrangement view says 69.
If you are curious about how my hacking mind works read the thread down to the potential solution.
Who knows if I am right.
Logic Pro X Keyboard Command of the Day — #LogicProX @StudioIntern1
I will guess this morning. I think this is a command found in the event list portion of Logic Pro X. Hmmm. The keyboard command editor says this is only available as a keyboard command. I sure wish there was a way to get a list of all of those commands. Haven’t found it yet.
I have posted the question to the Logic Pro X discussion board at Apple…will see what, if anything, comes of it.
Logic Pro | A New Abecedarian, A is for Alternatives: #LogicProX @LogicProExpert
An objective look at some of the pros and cons of project alternatives are in order at this point:
I was very happy to see the first A-Z of Logic Pro. Still have PDF copies of the entries.
A new series has started.
BTW — I use alternatives heavily. Have been for years.
Logic Pro X keyboard command of the day. #LogicProX
No preset keyboard command.
Located using the “Edit Keyboard Commands” (option-K)
Hovering over the command in the list Logic offers further information “also available as menu item ‘MIDI Effects’ in a local menu”.
The local menu referenced is the Channel Strip contextual menu (pop-up). When a MIDI channel is selected in the mixer, either external or instrument, the control-click on the channel strip reveals the “MIDI Effects” entry. When checked the MIDI effects appear in the channel strip between the EQ thumbnail and the Input selector. For external MIDI tracks there is just a blank space, no effects can be added. For instruments you can add MIDI effects.
You can create your own MIDI effects by adding a “Scripter” effect.
effects, including slider controls for real-time interaction.
For detailed information about using Scripter, including code samples,
see the MIDI plug-ins chapter of the Logic Pro X Effects or
MainStage 3 Effects manual.
// example: simple pass through and MIDI monitor
Latest online help is for version 10.3 — Logic Pro X Effects — Scripter plug-in