Select Auxiliary Channel Strips ⇧F – Logic Pro keyboard command of the day

  Select Auxiliary Channel Strips ⇧F

Selects all of the Auxiliary channel strips in the mixer window. Both versions of the documentation provided.

Channel strip types in Logic Pro – Apple Support

Aux (Auxiliary) channel strips: Used for a variety of signal-routing purposes. Aux channel strips are used to set up send returns, where a channel strip signal is routed to an aux channel strip for effects processing. They are also used for grouping and for distributing a signal to multiple destinations via sends.

 Channel strip types – Logic Pro X Help

Aux (Auxiliary) channel strips: Used for a variety of signal-routing purposes. Aux channel strips are used to set up send returns, where a channel strip signal is routed to an aux channel strip for effects processing. They are also used for grouping and for distributing a signal to multiple destinations via sends.

 

Select Muted Channel Strips ⇧M – Logic Pro keyboard command of the day

  Select Muted Channel Strips    ⇧M

Selects all muted channel strips.

Has priority over ‘Select Muted Regions/Cells/Events ⇧M’ in – Main Window Tracks and Various Editors

 

Mute and solo channel strips in Logic Pro – Apple Support

You can silence (mute) a channel strip so that you don’t hear it when you play the project. Muting channel strips is useful when you want to compare how the project sounds with and without the target track, compare alternative versions of a track, or try different loops in a project.

 

Show/Hide Gain Reduction Meter – Logic Pro keyboard command of the day

  Show/Hide Gain Reduction Meter

Shows or hides the Gain Reduction meter that appears at the top of the channel strips. The meter is only actively used by built-in Logic plug-ins. Gives a quick view of the amount of gain reduction being applied.

Channel strip controls in Logic Pro – Apple Support

Each channel strip has a set of controls (also called components), which varies according to channel strip type. You can adjust the channel strip volume and pan position, mute and solo channel strips, add and adjust effects, and send the output to auxiliary or output channel strips.

Show/Hide Library Y – Logic Pro keyboard command of the day

  Show/Hide Library  Y

Show or Hide the Library panel at the left side of the main window. I *really* need to remember to use this. It is far more convenient than using the Setting menu at the top of channel strips.

Logic Pro Library interface – Apple Support

You can view available patches for the currently selected track, and choose a new patch, in the Library. Categories appear on the left, and patches for the selected category are displayed on the right. You can search for patches, create, save, and delete patches, and choose routing options.

 Logic Pro patches overview – Apple Support

A patch contains the instrument, effects, Smart Controls, and routing settings that control the sound of a track. When you choose a patch, those settings are applied to the currently selected track. You can try a different sound for the track by choosing a different patch, as long as the patch is compatible with the track type.

 Track Stacks and the Logic Pro Library – Apple Support

The patches available in the Library vary depending on the Track Stack type, and which track in the Track Stack is selected:

 

Show/Hide Setting Menu – Logic Pro keyboard command of the day

  Show/Hide Setting Menu

Adds or removes the Setting menu (pop-up) from the mixer channel strip. You can use the mixer contextual menus to adjust what is shown on the channel strip. 

Channel strip controls in Logic Pro – Apple Support

Each channel strip has a set of controls (also called components), which varies according to channel strip type. You can adjust the channel strip volume and pan position, mute and solo channel strips, add and adjust effects, and send the output to auxiliary or output channel strips.