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Lesson 2. Exploring the Editing Windows > Getting to Know the Editing Windows

Getting to Know the Editing Windows

In the last lesson you explored the Arrange window, your doorway into Logic. It's the center of this program, and the window from which all editing decisions are initiated. The rest of Logic's editing windows are all used to either add MIDI and Audio Regions to this window, or to affect them. Since you've already seen what the Arrange window's various parts do, we can now turn our attention to Logic's other editing windows.

A First Look at the Track Mixer

The Track Mixer is a virtual mixing console used to position Logic's tracks “in the mix,” or give tracks their own unique place in the aural picture you're painting. Using this window, you can change a track's volume or panorama (pan) position, insert DSP effects like reverb or dynamic range compression, or mute and solo individual channels. The Track Mixer is explored in detail in Lesson 9, “Mixing,” but let's take a quick look now.


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