Capture as Recording ⇧R – Logic Pro keyboard command of the day

  Capture as Recording ⇧R

Save the most recently “played” MIDI events as a region. Pretty nifty.

Capture most recent MIDI performance in Logic Pro – Apple Support

It’s possible to capture your most recent MIDI performance, even if Logic Pro isn’t recording using the Capture Recording feature. You can use Capture Recording whether in playback mode or stopped.

When Cycle mode is off, Capture Recording creates a region containing all the MIDI events received during playback. In Cycle mode, you can use Capture Recording to create a new take region for each new cycle during which MIDI events are received when you have the Overlapping MIDI Regions preference set to “Create Take Folder.”

Toggle Hide Group 29 – Logic Pro keyboard command of the day

  Toggle Hide Group 29

Show or hide the channels in group 29.

dit group membership in Logic Pro – Apple Support

You can add a channel strip to, or remove a channel strip from, single or multiple groups. You can also temporarily disable all group parameter links—applying a Group Clutch—to change the volume of an individual channel strip, for example.

 

Find Original of Alias – Logic Pro keyboard command of the day

  Find Original of Alias

Locate the original region that this aliased region points to. Note that an aliased region has visual indicators (just like aliases of files) that help you identify them.

Create MIDI aliases in Logic Pro – Apple Support

 

If you forget where the original or source region is for a certain alias, you can search for it. In Logic Pro, do one of the following:

 

  • Select the alias, then choose MIDI > Alias > Select Original (or use the Find Original of Alias key command).
  • Choose Functions > Region Alias > Select Aliases of Region.

Create MIDI aliases in Logic Pro – Apple Support

Aliases can be useful when you want to repeat a phrase or riff in different parts of an arrangement. If you make changes to the original region after creating aliases from it, the changes apply to all its aliases throughout the project. If you want to edit one of the aliases without changing the others, you can turn that alias into an independent region (a region copy) and edit it independently.

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

  Go to Marker Number 5 𝍖5

Move the playhead to the starting location of marker number 5. This is a keypad 5, so you need an extended keyboard to get to it by default.

On the laptops (small keyboard) I would simply use the ‘Go to marker’ command which defaults to ⌥/ – then press 5.

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.

 

 

Toggle Autoselect Automation Parameter in Read Mode – Logic Pro keyboard command of the day

  Toggle Autoselect Automation Parameter in Read Mode

Toggle automatic selection of automation parameters. Autoselect is handy. When you select a parameter (plug-in window, track tools, et al) the automation track is set to the selected parameter.

Show automation curves in Logic Pro – Apple Support

 

You can automatically show the automation curve of any parameter you click in a channel strip, plug-in editor, or track header on the main automation lane.