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Using Key Commands

While the mouse remains your primary source of interaction with Logic, key commands provide an alternative way for you to control the program. Key commands give you access to most of Logic's functions directly from the keyboard, which saves you having to search through Logic's menus to look for the function you're after. Becoming familiar with Logic's key commands—and using them—will save you time as you arrange your songs. In fact, there are many key command functions that just plain aren't available from Logic's menus—if you don't know these key commands, you can't use the functions! (You'll learn several of these secret key commands over the course of this book's lessons.)

Tip

For you to become a true Logic commander, your hand on the keyboard is just as important as your hand on the mouse. By default, Logic comes preconfigured with several key commands, many of which you've already seen and used. A word of advice: As you work through this book, pay attention to all discussed key commands, and be sure to try them out.



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