Over time, Logic Pro Projects can get quite large and unwieldy. As you record new tracks, edit existing ones, and try out new ideas, you may have difficulty locating individual tracks.
By default Logic Pro gives different track types distinct colors:
- Audio Tracks are blue
- Software Tracks are green
- Drummer Tracks are yellow
It’s certainly helpful that each track type has its own color. But as your Projects grow, you may be starting at a sea of blue or green. It can be like finding a needle in a haystack.
(Where’s the main vocal again?)
Luckily, Logic Pro provides a palette of colors that you can use to “colorize” your tracks, regions, and markers. You can open the Color palette by going to View > Show Colors. Or by using key command Option and C.
But let’s be real – who has time for all that? Personally I’d rather Logic Pro organize my sessions for me!
Well, as it turns out – Logic Pro can colorize your sessions for you automatically! All it takes is adjusting a few Settings, and Logic can auto-colorize your:
Isn’t that awesome? No more wandering through your Projects like you’re at a party where you don’t know anyone! Logic will make sure everyone at your musical party is a familiar face 🙂
So check out today’s video above for all the details.