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Logic Pro 9 by Russ Hepworth-Sawyer, Mark Cousins

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In This Chapter

2.1  Introduction

2.2  What Logic Can Record

2.3  The Arrange Window

2.4  Editor Areas – Mixer, Sample Editor, Piano Roll, Score, and Hyper Editor

2.5  Media and Lists Area

2.6  Inspector Area (Keyboard Shortcut – I)

2.7  Transport Bar and Toolbar

2.8  Tools, Local Menus, and Contextual Menus

2.9  Adjusting How You View the Arrangement: Zooming In and Out

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Logic’s Interface

2.1 Introduction

Negotiating the interface of any audio application is vital to understanding how it works and the precise method involved in creating a finished audio recording. Logic’s interface is no exception, providing its own unique slant on the production process: with a number of editor windows, mixers, media browsers, ...

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