Working with the Events List


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Working with the Events List

Remember the movie The Matrix, when the computer code turned into reality? The Event List provides a non- graphical look at events in your Logic project, both regions in the timeline and MIDI events within those regions. If you understand how it works, you can use it to precisely alter, augment, or create new MIDI events in your project. Notice in our project here all regions are deselected. If not, you can do so by clicking on a gray area in the Arrange window. Let's open the Lists from the right toolbar icon.

See how the Link Mode in the top left is purple? This will show us a list of all the regions globally in the project, and where they begin. You can change the location of any region by clicking on the Start position. Let's try this with wah2 for example. Notice how wah2 region will change position as I click and drag on the number. Now, let's select the first Lead synth 1 region. We're going to go back up to the Link icon and double-click it, so that it turns yellow. N...

Working with the Events List
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Working with the Events List 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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