- Creating a New Song
- Importing Audio into the Arrange Window
- Importing MIDI into the Arrange Window
- Zooming and Magnifying
- Selecting with the Arrow Tool
- Rubber-Band Selecting
- Using the Cycle Mode
- Using the Skip Cycle Mode
- Dividing Regions
- Moving and Copying Regions
- Naming Regions
- Hiding Tracks (Logic Pro Only)
- Using the Catch Function
- Using Scroll in Play
- Using Key Commands
- What You've Learned
Moving and Copying Regions
Moving and copying Regions is a basic part of creating an arrangement, so take a moment to familiarize yourself with the following techniques.
- From the Arrange window's toolbox select the Arrow tool, and then select the House Searing Organ Region.
- Drag the House Searing Organ Region to 9 1 1 1.
- Next, hold down the Option key and drag the House Warm Chord Synth Region to 5 1 1 1.
A copy of the House Warm Chord Synth Region is created.
- In the Track List, select the House Warm Chord Synth track.
Both of the track's Regions are selected. This is an important step, because when you paste a Region into the Arrange area, it always pastes into the track selected in the Track List.
- Press Cmd-C.
Logic copies the Regions from the Arrange area and to the Clipboard. Let's paste these Regions back in at bar 9.
- Click the Transport's Bar Position text box and type in 9 1 1 1; then press Return.
- Press Cmd-V to paste the cut Regions from the Clipboard back into the Arrange area.
The cut Regions are pasted back in at bar 9 1 1 1.