Control Surface Install Window
The commands used to discover and install control surface device information.
Add a control surface to Logic Pro – Apple Support
Some control surfaces such as Mackie Control are detected automatically when you open Logic Pro. You can add other devices that are not detected automatically using the Setup window. See the installation and setup information in the support materials for your particular device. Some devices may require different or additional steps, but in most cases you only need to select the name of the device you want to use with Logic Pro, then add it. When you add a control surface device, it is represented by an icon in the Device area of the Control Surface Setup window.
‘Multiband Compression Basics’
Multiband Compression Basics
by Ian Stewart, iZotope Contributor September 16, 2021
There are no two ways about it: without some good guidance, multiband compression is tricky! As a young, intrepid engineer, I remember asking one of the senior engineers at a studio I was interning at, “Do you have any tips on how to use multiband compression effectively?” He replied, “Oh, I don’t really get into that. Maybe ask Will.” I asked Will—one of the other engineers. Will responded, “Oh, yeah, it’s pretty complex. I use it for mastering sometimes, but I wouldn’t really worry about it if I were you.”
Region Automation: Control Change 26
Set the region automation parameter to CC26.
The Automation/MIDI area in the Piano Roll Editor in Logic Pro – Apple Support
In the Logic Pro Piano Roll Editor, click the Automation button and set it to Region (if it isn’t already set to Region).
Select Members of Group 43
Select all channels that are members of group 43.
Groups inspector in Logic Pro – Apple Support
You use the Groups inspector to define the behavior of each Mixer group. The Groups inspector appears in the Track inspector when one or more groups have been created, and it can be opened as a floating window as well. It contains the following settings:
Revert to Backup ⌃⌥⌘B
Make a backup before doing any audio file editing.
This command cannot be undone. Replace the current audio file with the backup file (if it exists).
Backup audio files in the Audio File Editor in Logic Pro – Apple Support
Although the Undo History and standard Undo functions are available in Logic Pro, try to get in the habit of creating backups before processing or editing. This provides a safety copy of your audio recordings in case something unexpected happens, due to a processing error or other unforeseen event.