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Logic® Pro 8 Power!: The Comprehensive Guide by Kevin Anker, Orren Merton

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Chapter 4. Global Elements of Logic

Most of Logic’s commands and options only make sense within the specific window where the command or feature is used. For example, having a function to select notes wouldn’t make sense in the Mixer, and having a way to adjust the stereo field of an audio track doesn’t matter in the Score Editor. That’s why most commands and tools in Logic reside in local menus—menus specific to the window you are using. This allows Logic to put many more commands at your fingertips than if Logic were limited to the few menus in the OS X menu bar.

There are some functions that apply to more than one window, affect the entire song, or affect the whole application. These elements of Logic can be considered global. Before covering ...

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