Flex/Follow Tempo On/Off ⌃F — Logic Pro X keyboard command of the day

  Flex/Follow Tempo On/Off   ⌃F

Changes the “Flex & Follow” setting for the current region. Choices are Off, On, On+Align Bars, and On+Align Bars and Beats.

This allows you to adapt notes/transients to fit into bars and beats by changing the tempo accordingly.

Overview of Flex Time and Pitch in Logic Pro — Apple Support

You can configure how Flex Time and Follow Tempo adjust each region on a flex-enabled track using the Flex & Follow pop-up menu.

Open Controller Assignments ⌥⇧K — Logic Pro X keyboard command of the day

  Open Controller Assignments    ⌥⇧K

Opens the Controller Assignments window. This is where commands and functions can be assigned to MIDI messages.

In-depth control over Logic. 400-level programming class.

Use controller assignments Expert view in Logic Pro — Apple Support

You can use Expert view to make advanced controller assignments. These include Logic Pro parameters other than channel strip and plug-in parameters. For example, you can assign controllers to global, automation, and control surface group parameters in Expert view. You can also edit controller assignments in Expert view and can define zones and modes that let you switch between groups of controllers.

Set Punch Locators by Cycle Locators — Logic Pro X keyboard command of the day

  Set Punch Locators by Cycle Locators

Set the Punch In and Punch Out locators to the values of the Cycle locators. Sets part of a track to be recorded (during playback) of the Cycle area.

The _magic_ of digital punch-in and punch-out is hard to estimate. Just play the little section over and over again, with a new recording each time, and then _comp_ the parts together? Unheard of…

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.