link1391 link1392 link1393 link1394 link1395 link1396 link1397 link1398 link1399 link1400 link1401 link1402 link1403 link1404 link1405 link1406 link1407 link1408 link1409 link1410 link1411 link1412 link1413 link1414 link1415 link1416 link1417 link1418 link1419 link1420 link1421 link1422 link1423 link1424 link1425 link1426 link1427 link1428 link1429 link1430 link1431 link1432 link1433 link1434 link1435 link1436 link1437 link1438 link1439 link1440 link1441 link1442 link1443 link1444 link1445 link1446 link1447 link1448 link1449 link1450 link1451 link1452 link1453 link1454 link1455 link1456 link1457 link1458 link1459 link1460 link1461 link1462 link1463 link1464 link1465 link1466 link1467 link1468 link1469 link1470 link1471 link1472 link1473 link1474 link1475 link1476 link1477 link1478 link1479 link1480 link1481 link1482 link1483 link1484 link1485 link1486 link1487 link1488 link1489 link1490 link1491 link1492 link1493 link1494 link1495 link1496 link1497

Go to Selection End ⌃↘ — Logic Pro X keyboard command of the day

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

  Go to Selection End    ⌃↘

Move the playhead to the end of the current selection. I can really use this as I try to use the Marquee tool to focus on an area of a region. Select a part of a region and press the ‘Go to Selection Start’ (control-home) and ‘Play from Selection’ (shift-space). I don’t really need to move the playhead to do this, but I seem to get a better idea of where things are by having the playhead touch the end of the selection. Just me.

Control playback with the transport buttons — Logic Pro X

You can use the transport buttons in the control bar to control playback, or to set the playhead position. You can click the buttons to activate or deactivate functions, or use the corresponding key commands to speed up your workflow.


“K” is for Klopfgeist | Logic Pro

“K” is for Klopfgeist | Logic Pro

Klopfgeist is the software instrument that powers Logic’s Metronome function. For many of us, there’s not much more to think about with the Klopfgeist other than enabling the Metronome and hitting “record.” But there’s plenty to dig into with our trusty and unwavering click. Whether it be for utility or creativity.

Toggle MIDI Remote for Articulation Switches — Logic Pro X keyboard command of the day

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

  Toggle MIDI Remote for Articulation Switches

When MIDI Remote is “on” MIDI events can be used to change the articulation. The standard MIDI messages are found starting with the C0 Note On. It would be nice if I could program the A-1 key on the piano to toggle MIDI Remote without sending the Note On back to the piano. I guess I should just turn down the piano speakers when I am using it as a controller.

Manage articulations for software instruments — Logic Pro X

If an Articulation Set is loaded, you can select between articulations using the Articulations pop-up menu in the plug-in window header. Some software instruments let you view the most recently played articulation in the plug-in interface as well.

Use the Articulation Set Editor in Logic Pro — Apple Support

The Articulation Set Editor can be used to create sophisticated key switch and controller switch definitions, and define output transformations, which enables compatibility with third party sample libraries. You can also use the Articulation Set Editor to create Articulation Sets for instruments that have assigned Articulation IDs to sample groups, but do not have pre-configured articulations. For example, some Sampler instruments come pre-configured with specific sample groups identified by an Articulation ID but do not have pre-configured Articulation Sets. For more information on how Sampler uses Articulation IDs, see Logic Pro Sampler articulation handling.


Note “F#” T — Logic Pro X keyboard command of the day

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

  Note “F#”  T

Insert an F# from the Musical Typing keyboard.

Use step input recording techniques — Logic Pro X

Step input allows you to insert MIDI notes when you’re not recording in real time. You can use step input to create note runs that may be too fast for you to play or to replicate sheet music that’s too difficult for you to play.


Import… ⌘I — Logic Pro X keyboard command of the day

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

  Import…    ⌘I

Get resources from external sources. All kinds of resources.

The default help for the Import command brings up “Import groove templates”. Hmmm.

I need to remember to turn on Quick Help so I can use the ⌘/ keyboard shortcut to open Logic help for the command that the cursor is hovering over. Logic Remote help function will do a similar thing, bring up the help for the function or area that the cursor is pointing to.