Open Metronome Project Settings… — Logic Pro keyboard command of the day (KCotD)

  Open Metronome Project Settings…

Opens the Metronome Settings. I have never played with the metronome settings — I mostly do playback. It is kind of nice to be able to have the metronome be a MIDI device. It is also nice to be able to send the metronome to any of the stereo pairs available on your audio interface.

Metronome settings in Logic Pro — Apple Support

The Metronome project settings combine all parameters for speaker click, MIDI click, and Klopfgeist—a virtual metronome sound source. Klopfgeist can be used in addition to, or in place of, the speaker and MIDI click sources.

Logic Pro Klopfgeist — Apple Support

Klopfgeist is an instrument that provides a metronome click. It is inserted in instrument channel strip 256 by default and is used to generate the MIDI metronome click.

Set Global Edit Mode to Gate ⌃⌥G — Logic Pro keyboard command of the day (KCotD)

shows the Step Sequencer Edit Mode menu with the 11 possible modes
  Set Global Edit Mode to Gate   ⌃⌥G

Sets the edit mode for all of the rows. Just like selecting ‘Gate’ from the menu bar control.

I really need to re-think my idea of step sequencing. Programming a sequencer using visual tools sparks lots of ideas.

Use Step Sequencer edit modes in Logic Pro — Apple Support

Gate: Drag vertically in the step to set the Gate value as a percentage of the step. The Gate value shortens the note length to less than the duration of the step.

Use Step Sequencer edit modes in Logic Pro — Apple Support

The Edit Mode selector in the Step Sequencer menu bar controls the edit mode for all rows in the pattern. Step On/Off mode is always available on the left-side button on the selector. You can choose other edit modes from the menu on the right side of the selector. The chosen edit mode appears on the right-side button. Edit modes include the following:

Repeat Regions/Events Multiple Times… — Logic Pro keyboard command of the day (KCotD)

  Repeat Regions/Events Multiple Times…

Make multiple copies (or aliases) of the selected region. Simple way to repeat sections of audio, or MIDI events

Repeat regions in the Logic Pro Tracks area — Apple Support

You can repeat one or more selected regions in the Tracks area. Repeating a region pastes one or more copies (or aliases) of the regions following (to the right of) the regions in the same track.

Double Cycle/Loop Length ⌥⇧⌘. — Logic Pro keyboard command of the day (KCotD)

  Double Cycle/Loop Length   ⌥⇧⌘.

Doubles the cycle length. The cycle area is lengthened in a forward motion. This becomes important if you change your mind and want to ‘Halve Cycle/Loop Length ⌥⇧⌘, — Halving shifts the start of the cycle forward in time. The only way to make the cycle smaller leaving the start position alone is by moving the cycle end mark backwards

Use the cycle area in Logic Pro — Apple Support

You can use the cycle area to repeatedly play a particular part of a project. The cycle area can be used for composing, practicing a part before recording, recording multiple takes, and other purposes.

Change loop settings for cells in Live Loops for Logic Pro — Apple Support

Loop Length: Determines the length of the loop. Changing the Loop Length value can be useful when you want to loop only a particular portion of a cell.