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Unpack Take Cell to New Scenes ⌃⌥⇧⌘U — Logic Pro keyboard command of the day

  Unpack Take Cell to New Scenes    ⌃⌥⇧⌘U

Move all of the different takes in a cell to new scenes. Basically you make all of the takes into separate, usable independently, scenes.

A lot to learn about doing Live Loops. Probably should take an Ableton Live tutorial to discover what the Logic implementers were looking at for inspiration.

Record and edit takes in cells in Logic Pro — Apple Support

When you set the Recording parameter to Takes, each new recording in a cell creates a new take. If a cell contains takes, the number of takes is displayed in the lower-left corner of the cell, and the currently active take is displayed in the upper left. You can choose and preview each take individually, even while the cell is playing. You can also rename, delete, flatten, move, and copy takes.

Set Punch In Locator by Playhead ⌃⌥⌘I — Logic Pro keyboard command of the day

  Set Punch In Locator by Playhead    ⌃⌥⌘I

Set the start of the punch in to the current position of the playhead.

Punch in and out of audio recordings in Logic Pro — Apple Support

Punch recording is a technique you can use to overwrite a portion of a previously recorded track, during playback, without touching any of the recording before or after that portion. You punch in to interrupt playback and make the recording, then punch out to return to playback mode. You can choose between two punch recording modes: Quick Punch-In mode and Autopunch mode.

Set Division Value to 1/8 Note — Logic Pro keyboard command of the day

  Set Division Value to 1/8 Note

Sets the division of beats to 8 (1/8 note). When working with MIDI instruments nudging values by division is a handy thing.

Set the time signature of a Logic Pro project — Apple Support

The division value defines the division in all position displays (such as in the editors), and forms the grid for various length and placement operations. The division value is normally set to 1/16 notes, but can range in value from 1/4 to 1/192 notes. If the note value of the division is equal to or greater than the bar denominator, the third value of the position display is removed.