- 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
Selecting with the Arrow Tool
Whether you're selecting notes in the Matrix Editor, MIDI Regions in the Arrange window, or Regions in the Environment, Logic's selection techniques always function the same way. You can select any Region by simply grabbing the Arrow tool and clicking the Region, but there are also a few other selection techniques you should be aware of. A good understanding of these techniques greatly speeds song editing, so work carefully through the following steps, and make sure you try each one.
- From the toolbox, select the Arrow tool and click the House Searing Organ Region.
The Region is selected.
- In the Arrange window's Track List, click the Audio 1 track's name.
Clicking the track name selects all Regions in that track.
- Click the Arrange window's background to deselect all Regions in the Arrange area.
Shift-clicking lets you select noncontiguous Regions (Regions that are not beside each other).
- Hold down the Shift key and click several Regions.
The Regions are added to a selection range. You can continue to add Regions to the selection by Shift-clicking more Regions.