Copy Section Between Locators (Global) — Logic Pro keyboard command of the day

  Copy Section Between Locators (Global)

Copy everything between the locators. You can insert the copy at another location in the arrangement.

Add or remove gaps in a Logic Pro arrangement — Apple Support

Choose Edit > Cut/Insert Time > Copy Section Between Locators (or use the Copy Section Between Locators (Global) key command).

Add or remove gaps in a Logic Pro arrangement — Apple Support

You can limit changes to only selected regions. If you do this, rather than moving all regions within a project section, you are asked if you want to move global events such as bar changes, tempo changes, and score symbols. This global edit is performed on all regions, when used.

Attach Symbol: Jazz 6 — Logic Pro keyboard command of the day

  Attach Symbol: Jazz 6

Attaches the sixth jazz symbol to a note.

I point here to my rant about the removal of useful documentation for unknown reasons…no need to type it again

Attach Symbol: Jazz 2 — Logic Pro X keyboard command of the day — learning at the elbow of the internet

I have searched through the available documentation for Logic Pro X and can find nothing that explains what this command does, or what are the symbols labelled “Jazz”. Nothing. Crickets. I continued my search on the internet (where I discovered my lack of proper work, see above link) and found some interesting pointers. The first real clue came from the “Logic Express 7 — User Manual” in the discussion of the Part Box. Lots of words about palettes and floating palettes. Hmmm. Not happening in Logic Pro X.

Logic Pro 9 User Manual: Learning About Part Box Groups

Jazz Symbols in the Part Box
Jazz symbols, as the name suggests, are typically used for jazz notation. They generally indicate a particular playing technique or style, emphasis, or mode.

Select Next Step → — Logic Pro keyboard command of the day

  Select Next Step →

Selects the next step in the sequence.

Logic Pro Step Sequencer overview — Apple Support

Step Sequencer is inspired by classic hardware step sequencers that have rows of configurable switches or knobs used to generate repeating musical patterns. In Step Sequencer, you create patterns by editing multifunctional steps in the step grid. Each row controls either a sound (which can be a drum kit piece, a note on an instrument, or a range of notes) or an automation parameter (letting you create automation changes over time in the pattern). Each step represents a definable length of musical time–by default, steps are of equal length, but you can change the length for individual rows or steps. You can adjust a wide range of parameters for individual steps, including velocity, pitch, gate time, and more; and edit pattern and row settings including pattern length, row loop start and end points, playback position, and rotation.

Align Object Positions Horizontally — Logic Pro keyboard command of the day

  Align Object Positions Horizontally

Adjusts the position of objects in the score. Has no effect on the event — event stays in the timeline.

Position items (graphically) in the Logic Pro Score Editor — Apple Support

Using key commands: You can use key commands to move any score symbol that can be positioned independently of notes or staffs, as well as text events and chord symbols. These functions don’t alter the bar position of the affected symbols and text events. They alter the Horizontal Position and Vertical Position parameters by ±1.

Open Event List… ⌘7 — Logic Pro keyboard command of the day

  Open Event List… ⌘7

Opens an Event List window. There can be multiple event lists open at the same time, each displaying events from different regions. The View menu is used to control how the event list behaves when a different region is selected.

Logic Pro Event List editor overview — Apple Support

Customized Event List views are saved to screensets and are displayed when screensets are recalled. This makes the selection and editing of events faster and simpler.