Copy Playing Cells Here ⌘⇞ — Logic Pro keyboard command of the day

  Copy Playing Cells Here ⌘⇞

Currently defined as command-pageUp

Copies the currently playing cells to the selected scene.

Edit Live Loops scenes in Logic Pro — Apple Support

You can copy playing cells to a single scene. This is useful if you want to combine cells from different scenes into a new scene. If you copy playing cells to a scene that already contains cells, the copied cells replace any existing cells on the same track in the scene.

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.

Copy to Live Loops ⌘ — Logic Pro keyboard command of the day

  Copy to Live Loops    ⌘

Copy the selection (regions) to Live Loops cells.

I need to investigate using Live Loops. It is such a different way to use Logic than as a simple recorder or arranger.

Work with Live Loops cells in Logic Pro — Apple Support

Using the Copy to Live Loops key command in Logic Pro, you can copy various combinations of regions to new scenes, depending on what you have selected in the Tracks area. This is especially useful for populating a Live Loops grid in an existing project containing many different regions, sections, or markers. You can copy any of the following to Live Loops:

Double Cycle/Loop Length ⌥⇧⌘. — Logic Pro keyboard command of the day (KCotD)

  Double Cycle/Loop Length   ⌥⇧⌘.

Doubles the cycle length. The cycle area is lengthened in a forward motion. This becomes important if you change your mind and want to ‘Halve Cycle/Loop Length ⌥⇧⌘, — Halving shifts the start of the cycle forward in time. The only way to make the cycle smaller leaving the start position alone is by moving the cycle end mark backwards

Use the cycle area in Logic Pro — Apple Support

You can use the cycle area to repeatedly play a particular part of a project. The cycle area can be used for composing, practicing a part before recording, recording multiple takes, and other purposes.

Change loop settings for cells in Live Loops for Logic Pro — Apple Support

Loop Length: Determines the length of the loop. Changing the Loop Length value can be useful when you want to loop only a particular portion of a cell.