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Using Screensets

Screensets are customized window combinations you create and assign to your keyboard's number keys. Screensets exactly recall the screen positions of windows, their zoom values, and even the selected tools. Using screensets efficiently is one secret to mastering Logic.

You may ask yourself, isn't it just as easy to open windows as needed and close them when you're done? The short answer is no. As a simple example, Screenset 6 could show the Matrix Editor with the Pencil tool enabled, while Screenset 16 shows the same Matrix Editor but with the Velocity tool enabled. By switching between Screensets 6 and 16, you can flip back and forth between tools, editing notes and velocities without returning the pointer to the Matrix Editor's toolbox to select the next tool. Add in different zoom values, and you've unleashed some true screenset power.


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