Go to Marker Number 2 (𝍖 2) — Logic Pro X Keyboard Command of the Day

Logic Pro X keyboard command of the day. #LogicProX @StudioIntern1

𝍖 2 — keypad 2

𝍖 key was hard to find

Markers by numbers. 20 of them! The idea and concept of jumping around in audio by a number makes no sense to me. Jump to arrangement position (chorus, verse), del signo, even bar numbers for reading a score.

I use markers. I listen to mixes and drop markers where I want to go look. Best for me for listening is to listen on headphones and use the X-Touch (MCU) for transport and inserting markers. Don’t look at the tracks at all.

I posted an entry with the excerpt from the manual — Mackie Control Markers

NB — I have removed all 20 of the keypad go to marker commands. I will eventually find a suitable set of commands to place there. Why waste 20 good key commands? If I want to get to a marker by number I can just use “Go to Marker Number (⌥/ — option-/) and enter the number. I am more likely to use next/previous marker with the set locators feature (Go to next marker and set locators) — option-comma and option-period (⌥, and ⌥.) think left/right


Hacking around in Logic Pro X

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Did I learn anything? Possibly. I think I solved the poster’s dilemma.


Lots of what looks like tracks, but only 4. Exporting only exports 4. Mixer only says 4. Arrangement view says 69.

If you are curious about how my hacking mind works read the thread down to the potential solution.

Who knows if I am right.

Delete but Keep Similar Regions/Events — Logic Pro X Keyboard Command of the Day

Logic Pro X Keyboard Command of the Day — #LogicProX @StudioIntern1

I will guess this morning. I think this is a command found in the event list portion of Logic Pro X. Hmmm. The keyboard command editor says this is only available as a keyboard command. I sure wish there was a way to get a list of all of those commands. Haven’t found it yet.

No luck.

I have posted the question to the Logic Pro X discussion board at Apple…will see what, if anything, comes of it.