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Go to Marker Number 14 ⌃4 — Logic Pro keyboard command of the day

  Go to Marker Number 14 ⌃4

Go to the 14th marker. After about 7 or 8 markers where we are in a project is hard to tell. If you are working from a list of markers then it is probably just as easy to use the “Go to Marker Number…” command — ‘⌥/’ and enter the 2 digits.

How many markers? I gave up creating them when I got past 100.

Navigate using markers in Logic Pro — Apple Support

The marker numbers in these commands refer to the (serial) order of all markers in the project. By default, when you create a marker, the name shows the marker number.

Delete Selected Groups — Logic Pro keyboard command of the day

  Delete Selected Groups

Removes the selected group(s). Channels are not affected. The group designation and settings are simply removed.

Edit group membership in Logic Pro — Apple Support

You can add a channel strip to, or remove a channel strip from, single or multiple groups. You can also temporarily disable all group parameter links—applying a Group Clutch—to change the volume of an individual channel strip, for example.

Track Automation Event List… ⌃⌘E — Logic Pro keyboard command of the day

  Track Automation Event List… ⌃⌘E

Opens the Track Automation Event List. This event list has automation events and nothing else.

Edit in the Automation Event List in Logic Pro — Apple Support

When Show Advanced Tools is selected in the Advanced preferences pane, you can edit automation in a dedicated Automation Event List window. This floating list window includes only recorded automation data, unlike the standard Event list that includes all recorded MIDI data and can either be a floating window or one of the List Editors in the main window.

Show/Hide Transposition Track Only — Logic Pro keyboard command of the day

  Show/Hide Transposition Track Only

Show the Transposition global track.

Show and hide global tracks in Logic Pro — Apple Support

Global tracks can be displayed in the Tracks area and in the time-based editors (including the Audio Track Editor, Piano Roll Editor, and Step Editor). In each window, global tracks appear below the ruler. You can select which global tracks to display, and resize and reorder global tracks. By default, the Arrangement, Marker, Signature, and Tempo tracks are visible when you show the global tracks.

Quantize 1/4 Note — Logic Pro keyboard command of the day

  Quantize 1/4 Note

Set the quantize value to a quarter note. All notes entered will be aligned to quarter note positions on the grid.

Quantize regions in Logic Pro — Apple Support

You can quantize regions in the Tracks area by using the Quantize parameter in the Region inspector. Several advanced quantization parameters are also available in the Region inspector for greater control over quantization.

Logic Pro Quantize parameter values — Apple Support

Important: The Quantize parameter is non-destructive. It adjusts the playback positions of notes in MIDI regions when Logic Pro is in playback or record mode. The original positions are kept in the regions, so you can go back to the original timing.