Snap Mode: 1/16 Triplet (1/24) – Logic Pro keyboard command of the day (KCotD)

  Snap Mode: 1/16 Triplet (1/24)

Set the snap grid to 1/24th notes – a 1/16th note triplet.

Snap to grid in the Piano Roll Editor in Logic Pro – Apple Support

By default, the Snap functionality is relative, so that when you move notes or other items, they retain their relative distance from their original position. You can override relative positioning with the Snap Notes to Absolute Value option.

 

Snap Automation Mode: Bar – Logic Pro keyboard command of the day

  Snap Automation Mode: Bar

Sets snap automation to the bar. When adding or moving automation points they will snap to the nearest bar.

Snap items to the grid in Logic Pro – Apple Support

The Tracks area includes a grid that helps you align regions, automation points, and other items with the time divisions in the ruler. When you perform any of the following actions, the items move according to the current Snap value:

 

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.