The Logic Pro toolkit for producing and writing is too large to ignore. And one of the best songwriting tools available to you in Logic are Arrangement Markers.
Arrangement Markers allow you to drag and drop entire sections of your song. Let’s say your song’s arrangement right now looks like this:
But you’re wondering if your song might be better off starting with the Chorus instead of an Intro.
How would you go about moving every region in the Chorus section to the beginning of the song? Sounds like it would be a chore to rearrange your entire song….
But it actually isn’t. All you have to do is:
- Create an Arrangement Marker for each section of your song.
- And then drag the Chorus Arrangement Marker to the beginning of the Project.
And everything that was underneath the Chorus Arrangement Marker magically moves with it!
You can test out different song arrangements in a matter of seconds and a couple of clicks. Sounds pretty nice, right?
Logic also has another set of classic Markers. These help you navigate around your Projects.
But why would anyone use the classic Marker over Arrangement Markers? Classic Markers don’t offer the ability to move sections of your song around.
So today in our 30 Days of Why Logic Pro Rules, I’ll show you how to use each style of Marker in Logic. And why you would use both Arrangement and classic Markers.