August 23, 2010

Logic Pro 9: Chapter8 Basic Operations (Key Commands / Shortcut)

Logic Pro 9 User Manual(PDF) P.191

Mouse Wheel Events P.192 ***
You can use the mouse wheel to scroll vertically in Logic Pro. There are also some modifiers
• Command, the mouse wheel scrolls horizontally.
• Option, the mouse wheel zooms in or out vertically.
• Option-Command, the mouse wheel zooms in or out horizontally.
• Option-Control, the mouse wheel zooms in or out in both directions.

Working with Key Commands P.192
Logic Pro > Preferences > Key Commands (Option-K)

You can execute nearly every Logic Pro function with a key command or MIDI message.

It is recommended that you use these default key commands while getting to know
the application. Not only will this help you to remember them, but will also aid in
developing good (and faster) working practices from the outset.

Choosing Key Command Sets P.196
all key command sets saved in the ~/Library/Application Support/Logic/Key Commands folder
(Option-K) Options > Preset menu
(Option-K) Options > Import Key Commands
(Option-K) Options > Export Key Commands (Saving Key Command Sets)

Finding Key Commands P.198 ***
Use the Key Command window’s search field.

Assigning Key Commands to Computer Keys P.199 ***
1 Select a command in the Command column.
2 Click the [Learn by Key Label] button.
3 Press the desired key, along with the desired modifier key or keys(Shift, Control, Option,
or Command).
4 If you want to make another assignment, repeat steps 1 to 3.
5 Click the [Learn by Key Label] button again.

Assigning Key Commands to Control Surfaces P.200

Printing a Key Command List P.202
(Option-K) Options > Copy Key Commands to Clipboard

Working with Tools P.202
Assigning the Left-Click and Command-Click Tools

Assigning the Right Mouse Button P.204
• A third tool(Right-clicktool)
• Tool menu
Shortcut menu(default setting)

( Setting the Pointer Tool Behavior P.206 )
Logic Pro > Preferences > General [Editing] tab
• Fade Tool Click Zones
• Marquee Tool Click Zones

Using Key Commands to Select Tools P.207
[ Esc ] Show Tool menu: Open the Tool menu at the pointer position. When the Tool menu is
open, you can also use one of the number keys shown next to a tool to select it.

Learning About Common Tools P.207

+ Pointer Tool
Selecting individual or multiple events, regions, or other elements by clicking them.
Moving (by grabbing and dragging).
Copying (by Option-dragging).
Changing lengths (by grabbing the bottom-right or bottom-left corner and dragging).
Looping regions (by grabbing the upper-right corner and dragging)
+ Pencil Tool
+ Eraser Tool
+ Text Tool
+ Scissors Tool
+ Glue Tool
+ Solo Tool
+ Mute Tool
+ Zoom Tool
You can also access the Zoom function—even when other tools are active—by holding down Control-Option.
+ Flex Tool

Using Selection Techniques P.211
To select several consecutive elements in a window
• Click the background and drag over them.
To select several noncontiguous elements in a window
• Shift-clickthem, one-by-one.

Making Horizontal Selections P.212
• Edit >Select All Following of Same Track (Option-Shift-F) ***

Switching the Selection Status of Elements P.213
• Edit > Invert Selection (Shift-I)

Selecting Following Regions or Events P.214
• Edit > Select All Following (Shift-F)

Undoing and Redoing Edit Operations P.217
• Choose Edit > Undo (Command-Z)

The Number of Undo Steps setting: Logic Pro > Preferences > General > Editing

To open the Undo History window
Edit > Undo History (Option-Z)

Logic Pro 9 User Manual(PDF)
Logic Studio Effects Manual(PDF)
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Pro ToolsとMacのショートカットと覚え書き by M-AQUA
Mac OS X keyboard shortcuts
Mac OS Xのキーボードショートカット
Pro Tools 7.0 Keyboard Shortcuts on Macintosh(PDF)
Pro Tools ショートカット一覧 基本操作 by TKC

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