Learn new Controller Assignment ⌘L — Logic Pro keyboard command of the day

  Learn new Controller Assignment ⌘L

Assign a command to a controller. Perfect for using MIDI controllers with pads, knobs, and faders. Control Logic from your playing surface.

Overview of controller assignments in Logic Pro — Apple Support

You assign controllers to parameters in the Controller Assignments window using the Learn process. The Controller Assignments window has two views: a compact Easy view, where you can assign channel strip and plug-in parameters, and the more extensive Expert view, where you can create and edit any type of controller assignment, including global, automation, and control surface group assignments.

Selection -> Region ⇟ — Logic Pro keyboard command of the day

  Selection -> Region ⇟

Redefines the length of the region.

Select audio in the Audio File Editor in Logic Pro — Apple Support

Define the selected area using a region

In Logic Pro, select a region in the Browser or main window, then choose Edit > Region → Selection.

This function is useful if you want to reselect the entire region for cycled playback—after performing a number of edits, for example.

The reverse can also be done, allowing you to redefine the length of an existing region by choosing Edit > Selection → Region.

You can modify selections by changing their start or end point, or you can move the entire selected area completely.

Note: If you choose Edit > Snap Edits to Zero Crossings, any length adjustments to audio region start or end points snap to the nearest zero-crossing point of the waveform.