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Logic Pro® X Power! by Kevin Anker

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4 Global Elements of Logic

FOR LONG-TIME LOGIC USERS, the system of global and local menus used in Logic has become second nature. Logic Pro X has changed this paradigm significantly, so if you’re upgrading from a previous version of Logic, you may be searching a bunch of new and different menus in locations you would not expect to find commands you’ve used for years. Some commands have been moved from local menus to global menus; indeed, there are numerous new and different global menus. Some menus seem to have disappeared entirely. Don’t worry; those commands can still be accessed, just in new or renamed menus. Reading this chapter will be essential to working with Logic Pro X not just for users who are new to Logic, but also for long-time ...

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