Using the many windows of Logic


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Using the many windows of Logic

The Arrange window and its handy side panes allow you to see a global perspective of your project. But if you want to go deeper into Logic's MIDI, audio or mixing capabilities then you have to learn about how to manage your view of some other important windows. The Window pulldown menu provides a quick way to get to the pop-up window of your choice. Note that almost every window has its own key combination involving the Command key and a number. Let's use Command+2 to open up the Mixer window. This is a key window you'll be working a lot in. To maximize the window to full screen, click on the green plus button at the top left of the window, and to close the screen, click on the red button or type Command+W on your keyboard, coming back to our Arrange window.

Some windows like the Piano Roll window depend on a region to be selected to determine what their content will show. For example, select the Dark Pad ModW MIDI region and open the Piano Roll from the Window pulldown menu. We n...

Using the many windows of Logic
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Using the many windows of Logic provides you with in-depth training on Audio + Music. Taught by Scott Hirsch as part of the Logic Pro 9 Essential Training

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Audio + Music
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Logic Pro
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