Using the Transport window and controlling playback


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Using the Transport window and controlling playback

Knowing how to hear what you want, when you want, is an essential skill to have when working in Logic. Let's learn about how to use the Transport window to your advantage. We already know Logic plays when we hit Spacebar and the playhead moves across the screen. To position the playhead using your mouse, you can point and click directly on the playhead line, either in a gray area where there are no regions, or in the narrow bar ruler at the top of the Arrange window. You can drag left or right to move the playhead, or click elsewhere in the bar ruler to move it to that location.

To hear a specific amount of time, you can also Command+Click and drag a Marquee Selection in the Arrange area. When you hit play, playback will start at the beginning of the selection and stop at the end. (Music playing.) To deselect the Marquee Selection, click elsewhere. The transport buttons in the lower left of the Transport bar will be familiar to you if you have ever used a tape, DVD, or CD player. Play a...

Using the Transport window and controlling playback
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Using the Transport window and controlling playback 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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