In This Chapter

11.1  Introduction

11.2  Templates

11.3  Screensets and Windows

11.4  Key Commands

11.5  The Environment

11.6  Input/Output Labels

11.7  Nodes and Distributed Audio Processing


Adding New MIDI Devices to the Environment


Optimizing Logic

11.1 Introduction

Working with any music software will expect you to operate within its structure and design. Logic is part of that pack in that offers a number of options to personalize the way in which you work with the application. One of the most exciting things about Logic is its flexibility and configurability to the way in which you need and like to work. Music production requires a fluid workflow that adapts to your way of making music. Doing this requires some initial thought ...

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