Open Event List… ⌘7 — Logic Pro keyboard command of the day

  Open Event List… ⌘7

Opens an Event List window. There can be multiple event lists open at the same time, each displaying events from different regions. The View menu is used to control how the event list behaves when a different region is selected.

Logic Pro Event List editor overview — Apple Support

Customized Event List views are saved to screensets and are displayed when screensets are recalled. This makes the selection and editing of events faster and simpler.

Insert Scenes at Playhead ⌘↘ — Logic Pro keyboard command of the day

  Insert Scenes at Playhead ⌘↘

The Main Window Tracks area also contains the Live Loops display.

Place the regions of the selected scene(s) at the playhead location.

Edit Live Loops scenes in Logic Pro — Apple Support

Scenes are similar to tracks regarding focus and selection: When you select multiple scenes, the first selected scene is the focused scene. Some operations, such as using a key command to trigger a scene, only affect the focused scene when multiple scenes are selected.

Create Score Set from Selection — Logic Pro keyboard command of the day

  Create Score Set from Selection

I can't describe it any better than the Logic documentation.

When you open a Score Editor window while several regions are selected in the Tracks area, Logic Pro automatically creates a score set containing the instruments of the selected regions. You can also create a score set in the Score Sets window. Score sets you create are saved with the project.

Create and delete score sets in Logic Pro — Apple Support

  1. Select at least one MIDI region for all software instrument tracks you want to include in the score set.
  2. Choose Layout > Create Score Set from Selection (or use the corresponding key command) in the Score Editor.

A new score set is created and displayed, which consists of all instruments used by the currently selected MIDI regions. Score sets created this way are automatically named after the instruments they contain.

Apply Transform User Preset 26 to selected Events — Logic Pro keyboard command of the day

  Apply Transform User Preset 26 to selected Events

Execute the 26th stored transformation on the selected events. It’s one of those commands that is unlikely to be placed as a key command in all but the rarest situations. What does Transform 26 do? You would have to look.

Use MIDI transform sets in Logic Pro — Apple Support

Depending on your needs, it may be worthwhile to create your own transform sets. These can be configured and saved as part of a project. (Doing this in your template projects makes your transform sets available in all projects.) Your transform sets are shown at the bottom of the Presets pop-up menu.