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Lesson 8. Recording > What You've Learned

What You've Learned

  • You can configure the metronome as an audible-click track guide.

  • MIDI performances can be recorded even if the Record mode wasn't engaged, by using the “Capture last take as recording” command.

  • You can apply input filters to prevent certain types of MIDI information from being recorded into a track.

  • Buffer settings allow you to control the track count and audio latency.

  • You can use input monitoring to hear what you're recording in real time.

  • Audio files are recorded independently of the Logic song file to a directory you define on the hard disk.

  • You can use the Audio window to view, manage, and delete audio files within your song.

  • Autodrop and Punch on the Fly help you rerecord only certain areas of a track.

  • The Glue tool lets you merge Objects after punching to create one seamless Object.


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