EZdrummer is a fantastic plugin to add great drum smaples and MIDI to your songs. This is a guide to making the most of it in Logic Pro
Clear Row ⌃⌘⌫
Clears the current row in the Step Sequencer. Only one row is the active focus at any one time.
To clear all row values: Choose Functions > Clear All Row Values from the Step Sequencer menu bar.
New Tracks for Selected Regions
Creates new tracks for the selected regions. The clarification in the documentation is that a new track will be created for each _source_ track, not a new track for each region. All the regions from ‘Track A’ get moved to a new track, ‘Track A New’.
In Logic Pro, select the regions, then choose Track > Other > New Track For Selected Regions.
The selected regions are moved from the source track to the new track, which uses the same channel strip as the source track. In other words, only one channel strip is used for all tracks.
If you use this command with regions selected across several tracks, a new track is created for each source track. For example, if you select regions on three source tracks, three new tracks will be created for the regions.
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Chris Vandeviver and Eli Krantzenberg have been doing a series of collaborative videos. We each tackle the same situation, from two distinct vantage points and approaches. These posts are designed as a vehicle to demonstrate just how flexible Logic Pro X is, and the sometimes dramatically different results that are achieved by two people using the same tools.
Retrigger Selected Cells or Focused Scene ⌃⌘￼↩
Retriggers the selection. No need to move the mouse and click on it. Lots of new things with Live Loops.
Retrigger: If a cell is playing and you click it again, it starts playing from the beginning. Cells set to Retrigger can be stopped only by starting another cell in the same row, by stopping the row using the Divider column, or by stopping the entire grid.
The following table reflects default key commands included in the U.S. factory preset.