Show/Hide Signature List – Logic Pro X keyboard command of the day

  Show/Hide Signature List

Shows the signature list. Key signatures can be seen in the control bar LCD, on the Signature Track, and in the Signature list.

There is a separate command for displaying the Signature List in a separate window – ‘Open Signature List…’.

Show/Hide Signature List opens the List Editors panel (on the right side of the Arrange window) and selects the Signature list.

Logic Pro Signature List interface – Apple Support

The Signature List shows all the time and key signature changes in your project, as well as any score symbols in the project score. You can create, copy, move, and delete time and key signature events in the Signature List.

 

Logic’s Drum Machine Designer In-Depth – Extensive Tutorial

Logic’s Drum Machine Designer In-Depth – Extensive Tutorial

Behind the simplicity of Drum Machine Designer is a powerful and ultra-flexible drum production tool. Mark Cousins takes a closer look…

Create and customize Drum Machine Designer kits in Logic Pro X – Apple Support

Create and customize Drum Machine Designer kits in Logic Pro X – Apple Support

Create custom Drum Machine Designer kits with more than 2000 kit pieces patches from the Logic Pro sound library or use your own samples.

This is the starting point for making kits and tapping your way to entertainment…

Multi-Output With Logic Pro And EZdrummer 2 – Fernando Gros

Multi-Output With Logic Pro And EZdrummer 2 – Fernando Gros

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 ⌃⌘⌫ – Logic Pro X keyboard command of the day

  Clear Row  ⌃⌘⌫

Clears the current row in the Step Sequencer. Only one row is the active focus at any one time.

Edit Step Sequencer rows in Logic Pro – Apple Support

To clear all row values: Choose Functions > Clear All Row Values from the Step Sequencer menu bar.

 

New Tracks for Selected Regions – Logic Pro X keyboard command of the day

  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’.

Create tracks using existing channel strips in Logic Pro – Apple Support

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 ⌃⌘↩ – Logic Pro X keyboard command of the day

  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.

Start and stop Live Loops cells in Logic Pro – Apple Support

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.

Live Loops Grid key commands in Logic Pro – Apple Support

The following table reflects default key commands included in the U.S. factory preset.

  

Show/Hide VCA – Logic Pro X keyboard command of the day

  Show/Hide VCA

Shows or hides the VCA section on the channel strips. When a channel is assigned to a VCA it will appear in the VCA _slot_ (I don’t have a better term for it).

The VCA _slot_ is a pop-up control that will let you assign a channel to a VCA, create a new VCA, or remove the VCA assignment.

I would normally use a Folder Stack to create a VCA for several **tracks**, but that limits the ability to place those tracks into Summing Stacks.

I would use a VCA to control volume (after processing) and muting. Given the particular problems of stacks it would probably be easier to put the channels in a group and limit what actions the group does.

It really depends on what will be done with the channels.

Use VCA groups in the Logic Pro Mixer – Apple Support

Hardware mixing desks sometimes contain separate channels designed specifically to enable the engineer to submix—in other words, to route and control the signal flow of multiple channels at once using a single channel strip. Analog mixing desks often utilize Voltage Controlled Amplifiers (VCAs) in their circuitry for these submix channels, hence the name “VCA groups” for this kind of channel strip. You can use VCA channel strips to control the volume, or automate a submix, of tracks that are assigned to the VCA group.

 

Nudge Region/Event Length Left by SMPTE Bit – Logic Pro X keyboard command of the day

  Nudge Region/Event Length Left by SMPTE Bit

Make the region one ‘SMPTE Bit’ longer by adding time at the beginning of the region.

SMPTE Bit was used to describe the use of subframes in previous versions of Logic.

Move regions in the Logic Pro Tracks area – Apple Support

Nudge regions by a set value
In Logic Pro, use one of the following key commands:

Region Automation: Balance – Logic Pro X keyboard command of the day

  Region Automation: Balance

Set the automation lane to Balance. Shows the automation lanes if they aren’t already displayed, switches from track to region-based automation,  and selects ‘Balance’ as the automation parameter.

Show automation curves in Logic Pro – Apple Support

Before you can add automation points to a track’s automation curves, you need to show the automation curves. Automation curves are displayed as colored curves and points on top of audio and MIDI regions across the track, running the length of the project. You can choose whether to view and edit automation across the track (track-based automation) or only within the track’s regions (region-based automation).

Control Change Messages (Data Bytes)

8 00001000 08 Balance 0-127 MSB

MIDI Specification:

 Balance

 

Number: 8 (coarse) 40 (fine)

Affects:

The device’s stereo balance (assuming that the device has stereo audio outputs). If a
MultiTimbral device, then each Part usually has its own Balance. This is generally
when Balance becomes useful, because then you can use Pan, Volume, and Balance
controllers to internally mix all of the Parts to the device’s stereo outputs. Typically,
Balance would be used on a Part that had stereo elements (where you wish to adjust the
volume of the stereo elements without changing their pan positions), whereas
Pan is

more appropriate for a Part that is strictly a “mono instrument”.

Value Range:

14-bit coarse/fine resolution. 16,384 possible setting, 0x0000 to 0x3FFF where 0x2000
is center balance, 0x0000 emphasizes the left elements mostly, and 0x3FFF emphasizes
the right elements mostly. Some devices only respond to coarse adjust (128 settings)
where 64 is center, 0 is leftmost emphsis, and 127 is rightmost emphasis.

Note: Most all devices ignore the Fine adjust (#40) for Balance, and just implement
Coarse adjust (#8) because 14-bit resolution isn’t needed for this.
 

5 Ear Training Exercises To Help You Listen Like A Mastering Engineer | Production Expert

5 Ear Training Exercises To Help You Listen Like A Mastering Engineer | Production Expert

When you think of the most important tool in a mastering engineer’s arsenal, what comes to mind? An equalizer? A compressor? Top-notch conversion, monitoring, or room acoustics? These are all certainly very important, but without a great set of ears behind them, they’re virtually worthless. In this article, Ian Stewart from iZotope looks at how with 5 exercises and some practice we can train our hearing to be like a mastering engineer.

Remove Fades – Logic Pro X keyboard command of the day

  Remove Fades

Removes fades from the selected audio regions. Most of the time I use region fades instead of automating fader movements. I prefer that the audio signal sent through the processing chain is at the proper level before fader movements are applied.

Delete fades in Logic Pro – Apple Support

You can delete a fade with a menu command, with the Fade tool, or by modifying the parameters in the Region inspector.

 

Fundamental Stereo Miking Techniques – Produce Like A Pro

Fundamental Stereo Miking Techniques – Produce Like A Pro

Stereo miking techniques use two microphones at the same time to record one sound source. Each microphone is then panned to the left and to the right to mimic the way our ears perceive sound in the “real world.” This adds width, space, and location to a recording.

Open Recording Project Settings… – Logic Pro X keyboard command of the day

  Open Recording Project Settings…

Open the project-specific recoding settings preference panel. Some recording settings are global and in force for all projects. These are _Recording Preferences_ as opposed to _Project Settings_

Recording settings in Logic Pro – Apple Support

 

Recording settings are only available when Show Advanced Tools is selected in Advanced preferences.

 

 Recording preferences in Logic Pro – Apple Support

 

You can use Recording settings to determine how Logic Pro responds while in record mode.

 

 

Logic Pro X Recording Preferences