Toggle Hide Group 60 — Logic Pro keyboard command of the day

  Toggle Hide Group 60

Show or hide all of the channels in group 60. Channels can be in multiple groups. The number of possibilities for group combinations is quite large.

Edit group membership in Logic Pro — Apple Support

In Logic Pro, press and hold Option and click the channel strip’s Group slot.
The most recently accessed group setting—including the setting for overlapping groups—is applied to the current channel strip.

Show/Hide Pattern Browser ⌥⇧B — Logic Pro keyboard command of the day

  Show/Hide Pattern Browser ⌥⇧B

Show or hide the Pattern Browser. A large collection of starter patterns.

Load and save patterns in Step Sequencer in Logic Pro — Apple Support

Step Sequencer includes a Pattern Browser where you can choose and save patterns and templates. The Pattern Browser contains a variety of premade patterns for drums, bass, keys, and other instrument categories that you can use in your projects. The Pattern Browser also features templates, which include pattern, row, and step settings but with an empty step grid, that you can use as as a starting point for creating patterns.

Drum Replacement/Doubling ⌃D — Logic Pro keyboard command of the day

  Drum Replacement/Doubling ⌃D

This is useful for drums, and any other things you might want to MIDI-fy.

I have used it to successfully double bass parts

Replace or double drum sounds in Logic Pro — Apple Support

Using drum replacement, you can replace individual drum sounds on an audio track without re-recording the entire track. To replace or double the drum sounds, you use an audio track that contains a recording of a single drum (or other percussion instrument) to create a software instrument track with matching MIDI trigger notes. The software instrument track plays drum samples using the Sampler instrument.

Toggle Hide Group 21 — Logic Pro keyboard command of the day

  Toggle Hide Group 21

Toggle the visibility of all channels in group 21.

Edit group membership in Logic Pro — Apple Support

Deselect Mix > Groups Active (or press Shift-G).

Always good to know about the “group clutch” which has fallen out of favor as a term. People don’t know what a clutch is any more 😉 When you’re not sure about the change you are going to make push in the clutch so the change will only affect the current channel, not all channels in the group.