– Tools Menu – Logic Pro keyboard command of the day

  - Tools Menu

The category of commands that control the tools – mouse clicks and/or trackpad clicks.

Common Logic Pro tools – Apple Support

The following section describes common tools available in the Tracks area and in other working areas.

 Tool key commands in Logic Pro – Apple Support

The following table reflects default Tool key commands included in the U.S. factory preset.

MIDI Thru Tool ⇧M – Logic Pro keyboard command of the day

  MIDI Thru Tool ⇧M

If I ever need to dig in to the Environment I will know where to look. There is dark art in eMagic’s core engine.

Tools in the Environment in Logic Pro – Apple Support

MIDI Thru tool: Click an object with the MIDI Thru tool to assign the object to the selected track in the main window.

 

Text Tool ⇧T – Logic Pro keyboard command of the day

  Text Tool    ⇧T

Choose the Text Tool. The cursor becomes the I-beam whenever it is located in a place that can accept text. I only find it useful in the Score Editor. In the main window only useful if you have markers that you want to rename, which can be done with a double-click on the marker. I typically don’t rename my regions a lot.

Common Logic Pro tools – Apple Support

Use the Text tool to rename regions and other items, or add text to a score in the Score Editor.

 

Pencil Tool P – Logic Pro keyboard command of the day (KCotD)

  Pencil Tool    P

Sets the current tool (left-click) to the Pencil Tool. Correctly entered the command is ‘T’ then ‘P’. The ‘T’ command pops up the tool menu, the ‘P’ command selects the Pencil Tool.

Common Logic Pro tools – Apple Support

Use the Pencil tool to add new regions or events. You can also select, drag, loop, and alter the length of regions or events using the Pencil tool. In the Score Editor, you can use the Pencil tool to add dynamic markings, accents, and other symbols to notes.