Go to Marker Number 12 𝍖⌃2 – Logic Pro keyboard command of the day (KCotD)

  Go to Marker Number 12 𝍖⌃2

Move the playhead to marker number 12. The ‘Go to Marker’ keyboard commands are assigned to the keypad on the extended keyboards. I rarely jump to a specific marker, preferring to move forward and backward between them.

I try to create markers that have a definite length so I can set the locators and enable cycle for the current marker. I use the Marquee tool to select an area followed by commands to create the marker and cycle. Once that is done I can step through the marked locations in the project and work on the specific area.

Navigate using markers in Logic Pro – Apple Support

The marker numbers in these commands refer to the (serial) order of all markers in the project. By default, when you create a marker, the name shows the marker number.

Configure Global Tracks… ⌥G – Logic Pro keyboard command of the day

  Configure Global Tracks…    ⌥G

Choose the global tracks to be shown. This is a much easier way to get the global tracks to be displayed. Normally I control-click in the track area and turn off the ones I don’t want…

Show and hide global tracks in Logic Pro – Apple Support

You can also assign and use any of the following Show/Hide key commands for each individual ruler track: Marker, Transposition, Signature, Tempo, Beat Mapping, and Movie. The key commands work directly, without having to open the Global Tracks Configuration dialog.

 

Go to Marker Number 11 ⌃1 – Logic Pro keyboard command of the day

  Go to Marker Number 11    ⌃1

Move the playhead to marker number 11. This keyboard command (control-1) is only assigned to the numeric keypad on extended keyboards.

Navigate using markers in Logic Pro – Apple Support

You can navigate through your project using markers. This is useful when you want to quickly jump to, and edit, regions or events at a specific position in your project, for example.

 I need to start using markers in Logic in a similar manner to using them in my text editors. Mark a section for easy recall, and to highlight for further attention.

Go to Marker Number 15 ⌃5 – Logic Pro keyboard command of the day

  Go to Marker Number 15 ⌃5

Move the playhead to the start of marker 15. The ‘Go to Marker n’ commands are mapped to the keypad on an extended keyboard.

I am sure that I can find a better use for the numeric keypad keys 😉

Navigate using markers in Logic Pro – Apple Support

You can navigate through your project using markers. This is useful when you want to quickly jump to, and edit, regions or events at a specific position in your project, for example.

 

Create Marker without rounding ⌃⌥’ – Logic Pro keyboard command of the day

  Create Marker without rounding ⌃⌥'

Creates a new marker at the current position in the timeline. The marker is not adjusted to a bar or quarter-note boundary.

Add markers in Logic Pro – Apple Support

You can add a marker at any position in your project. When you create a marker, it can be rounded to the nearest quarter note, to the nearest bar, or not rounded.