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Set Region Anchor to Playhead — Logic Pro keyboard command of the day

  Set Region Anchor to Playhead

It is difficult to find a definition of “region anchor”. The simplest visible sign is the anchor indicator that you see in the Project Audio Browser. Typically a region anchor is at the start position of the region, but it can be moved.

The anchor can be used when regions are moved. If I set the region anchor to the middle of a region I can move the region to a different location typically placing the region anchor position at the playhead position.

Move regions in the Logic Pro Tracks area — Apple Support

If more than one region is selected, all subsequent regions are moved. For audio regions, the region anchor is placed at the current playhead position.

Slip Right by Nudge Value ⌃⌥→ — Logic Pro keyboard command of the day

  Slip Right by Nudge Value  ⌃⌥→

Move the content of the region “back” (make the sound happen later). Rotating the contents of the region is possible, as well as making the region larger or smaller.

Move regions in the Logic Pro Tracks area — Apple Support

You can slip regions, which moves the content of the region left or right by the nudge value without moving the boundaries of the region. The content effectively moves inside the region, which remains stationary. Slipping a region is possible only when the source content exceeds the length of the region by the amount you slip (or greater).

Hide All Regions ⌥↑ — Logic Pro keyboard command of the day

  Hide All Regions   ⌥↑

Collapses the Project Audio listing to hide all of the regions. You are left with the list of audio files only.

NB this keyboard combination has multiple uses. It will transpose audio/events up if you use it in a tracks window.

Sort, group, and rename audio files in Logic Pro — Apple Support

The Project Audio Browser lists all audio files in your project, along with information about file sampling rate, bit depth, format (mono/stereo), and size. Within the Project Audio Browser, you can sort, group, and rename your audio files.