Naming tracks and regions


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Naming tracks and regions

When you're working in your Logic project, you should get used to organizing everything the best you can. You'll thank me later for getting you in this habit when you're trying to tweak that one glockenspiel region in your 74 track masterpiece and you need to find it quicker than a needle in a haystack. This project contains two tracks that are not organized very well. The first track is called Audio 1, which is the default name given to an audio track, and we have inst 2, which is default name given to a software instrument track. These tracks also contain regions that are unnamed and not customized with names or icons.

Let's organize them. We can name tracks by double-clicking in the track header. Double-click here. We can name this track bass. We can name regions by choosing the Text tool from our pulldown menu and clicking on the top portion of our region. Let's rename this region bass.1. We can also name regions according to what the track names are that the regio...

Naming tracks and regions
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Naming tracks and regions provides you with in-depth training on Audio + Music. Taught by Scott Hirsch as part of the Logic Pro 9 Essential Training

Subject:
Audio + Music
Software:
Logic Pro
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