Homay takes us through some tips and tricks that are very helpful for anyone starting out with Logic.
It’s pretty easy to start using a DAW for basic use, but when you delve deeper into a composer workflow, it’s convenient to have a few tricks up your sleeve to help streamline your writing and mixing.
Homay has shortlisted a few handy tips to use in Logic, that she wishes she’d known earlier. Whilst these are her favourite Logic hacks, many are possible in other DAWs.
Allows you to recall last take, when recording or rehearsing along with a piece (as long as you hit play).
Allows you to play back MIDI information at any point of a note.
Allows you to go from channel to channel with the corresponding GUI opening.
+ a shortcut for the GUI to appear/disappear.
Load channels from other sessions into current session:
Brilliant for bringing in channels from other projects in a quick, easy fashion.
Assigning GUI knobs to your faders:
A simple task that can really help creativity.
Assign GUI knobs to automation.