Let me ask you – how often do you find yourself lost in the Logic mixer?
Let’s say you’re in the middle of recording or mixing. You’re in a complete flow state. Ideas are popping into your head faster than you can move the mouse. And your Project is chock full of tracks.
And if you’re like me, sometimes when you open the mixer you find yourself like a deer in headlights.
“What track was I looking for?”
“Where did that reverb channel go?”
Oof! Instead of letting the ideas flow, you’re wading through a haystack of 100 channel strips.
Finding channels in the Mixer doesn’t have to be this hard. In fact, Logic Pro provides several ways to help you find the channel you’re thinking about:
- Switching the focus of the secondary channel strip in the Inspector to your preferred Send or Output
- Holding Shift and clicking on Send and Output assignments to quickly find Auxiliary Channels
- Using the Single signal flow tab in the Mixer to narrow the Mixer to your chosen track
- Digging into Sends on Faders to find all Channels sending to a particular Aux
These 4 features can save you a lot of time wandering around the mixer.
So check out today’s video above for more. And get back to you what you do – creating awesome music!