After you turn on key command editing, you can add, remove, move, and customize key commands to suit your own workflow needs. You can also organize key commands by color.
The default commands in Logic Remote are numerous, and not very interesting for my work. I need to create a set of commands. I will start by removing some.
Tap the Settings icon (gear) at the top right of the display. Choose ‘Edit Key Commands’. Edit/Move/Delete as desired. Tap ‘Done’.
When searching for commands I can press the microphone button on the search field and speak the command.
I was inspired by going through the complete Groove3 tutorial for Logic Remote.
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