Snap Mode: 1/1 Note – Logic Pro keyboard command of the day

  Snap Mode: 1/1 Note

Set the Snap to grid mode to a whole note boundary.

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.

 

Copy Scenes to Playhead – Logic Pro keyboard command of the day

  Copy Scenes to Playhead

Copy scenes from the Live Loops grid to the Tracks area.

Work with Live Loops cells in Logic Pro – Apple Support

To copy the scene to the playhead position: Choose Copy Scene to Playhead.

WARNING: When you copy a scene to the playhead position, any existing regions are overwritten or overlapped.

Nudge Region/Event Length Right by 1/2 SMPTE Frame – Logic Pro keyboard command of the day

  Nudge Region/Event Length Right by 1/2 SMPTE Frame

Make the currently selected event or region longer by adding 1/2 of a SMPTE frame to the right side of the region.

Resize regions in Logic Pro – Apple Support

You can shorten both audio and MIDI regions so that only part of the region plays. You can lengthen MIDI regions to add silence to the beginning or end of the region. In addition, you can resize the common edge of two adjacent regions to control the transition between them and remove overlaps.

 

Transpose Region/Event -1 Semitone or Nudge Automation down 1 Step ⌥↓ – Logic Pro keyboard command of the day

  Transpose Region/Event –1 Semitone or Nudge Automation down 1 Step ⌥↓

Transposition only occurs with MIDI regions. Automation adjustment works on all automation curves.

Logic Pro transposition overview – Apple Support

 

Transposition works non-destructively, and transposed MIDI notes return to their original values when the Transposition value is reset to zero (0). For example, starting with a C3 note event in a MIDI region, adding a transposition point with a value of +2 changes the note event to a D3. If you change the transposition point to a different value, the note is transposed by the corresponding amount. When you change the transposition point so that the transposition value is 0, the note returns to a C3. Similarly, if you copy a region to different parts of the project with different transposition values, the notes in the region change by the corresponding amount.

 

 

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)