Create Volume Fade-Out on Main Output – Logic Pro keyboard command of the day

  Create Volume Fade-Out on Main Output

Add Volume automation to the Stereo Out channel (Main Output) lowering the volume down over the last 4 bars of the project.

There is no specific documentation for this command (Logic 9, Logic X, Logic Pro)

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.

 

Apply Last Edited Fade Again ⌥⇧X – Logic Pro X keyboard command of the day

  Apply Last Edited Fade Again    ⌥⇧X

I create fades using the fade tool that is enabled in the top half of the region display. Very handy. Typically I select multiple regions and apply the fade to all of them at once. This command allows me to apply the fade easily to selected regions.

Maximum fade value is 99,999 which appears to be 100 seconds. That means that the fade values are expressed in milliseconds…

Create fades in Logic Pro – Apple Support

You can fade in the beginning of audio regions, and fade out the end of audio regions (including audio Apple Loops).

Fades are only visible if you are zoomed in enough to see the waveform in the audio region. You can create a fade using either the Fade tool or the Fade In and Fade Out parameters in the Region inspector.

Fade Zones no more

I have had “Fade Zones” and “Marquee Zones” turned on for some time. I keep forgetting to make the “right tool” be something other than the Marquee tool – that’s a simple cursor position in the bottom half of the region.

I don’t fade regions often, so taking the entire top half of a region for a particular tool seems like a waste.

The Fade tool can be invoked by simply holding down control and shift (⌃⇧) and dragging the pointer tool across  the start/end of a region – or across a region split, the typical place I would need the tool frequently.

Advanced Quantization Parameters – Logic Pro X keyboard command of the day

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

  Advanced Quantization Parameters

Expose the advanced quantization parameters in the Region Inspector. Essentially this clicks the exposure triangle on the “More” section of the inspector. For MIDI regions you can see things like Q-velocity (see image). For audio regions you can expose the fade and delay settings.

Advanced quantization parameters – Logic Pro X

When Show Advanced Tools is selected in the Advanced preferences pane, you can quantize regions with greater precision using the advanced quantization parameters in the Region inspector. Using the advanced parameters, you can apply a swing or other quantize feel to MIDI regions. Not all advanced quantization parameters are available for audio regions.

 

 

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