How do you select all the doors of various sizes but no other elements in a view? how do you select all lighting fixture of various sizes, but no other elements in a view?.
Select multiple tracks In Logic Pro, do one of the following: To select adjacent tracks: Press and hold Shift as you click the track headers. To select nonadjacent tracks: Press and hold Command as you click the track headers.
Thanks for any tips! Simply click the track name. This selects all regions on a track. If you have the cycle (locators) activated then only regions with the locators will be selected.
|Enter/Exit Full Screen||Control-Command-F|
|Toggle Current Track Automation Off/Read||Control-Command-O|
You can either drag the cursor over several regions and highlight them, or you can select them one at a time by clicking on the tracks while holding down the shift key. If you move one of the selected regions, they will all move with it. You can also delete multiple regions the same way.
When Enable Complete Features is selected in Logic Pro > Preferences > Advanced, you can select multiple regions in the Score Editor either from the Region inspector or in the score display.
Delete a region In Logic Pro, select one or more regions, then choose Edit > Delete (or press the Delete key). You can also delete regions using the Eraser tool.
The Selection-Based Processing window includes two separate sets of plug-ins, marked A and B. You can switch between sets. For each set, you can choose a complete channel strip setting or add plug-ins individually and modify their settings. You can then compare set A and set B and choose which one to use.
|Artboard tool||Shift + O||Shift + O|
|Direct Selection tool||A||A|
|Magic Wand tool||Y||Y|
2 things to look for. Check that “snap” not set to shuffle right or left. Then in preferences you can set Logic to only move regions either horizontally (time) or vertically (track change) in a single move. This should help to not change tracks accidentally when trying moving on the time axis.
- In the Logic Pro Audio Track Editor, place the pointer over the lower-left or lower-right edge of the region. The pointer changes to a trim pointer.
- Drag the pointer to remove the part you want to trim. As you drag, the help tag shows the region length and the amount by which it is trimmed.
Select the audio file in the main window and under the main “window” menu select “open audio file editor” (or command-6). Here you can select the segment you want to transpose or the entire file by click dragging.
- Choose File > Project Settings > Audio (or use the Open Audio Project Settings key command), then choose a sample rate from the Sample Rate pop-up menu.
- Click the Sample Rate display in the LCD, then choose a sample rate from the pop-up menu.
The Lasso tool is for making free-form selections. Select the Lasso tool in the Tools panel. Click and drag to make a free-form selection. When you’re back near the beginning, release your finger from the mouse/trackpad to close the selection.
- Drag an audio file, region, or Apple Loop to the area below the track headers.
- Hold down the Command key and drag an audio file, region, or Apple Loop between two existing track headers.
When Enable Complete Features is selected in Logic Pro > Preferences > Advanced, the Drag pop-up menu is available in the Tracks area and in time-based editors (such as the Audio Track Editor and Piano Roll Editor).
From the the Finder, find the folder with your track in it, the “cmd i” for info and unlock the folder by pressing the padlock symbol at the bottom, this will also unlock all the audio inside it and you will allow your destructive editing again. Infact, you can do this for your whole Logic folder in one go if you want.