Welcome to day 8 of “Newbie to Ninja” here on WLPR! “Newbie to Ninja” is a beginner’s guide to Apple’s Logic Pro. Videos drop daily (Mondays-Fridays) for the next several weeks.
If you’re brand new to Logic Pro, this series will help you go from feeling like a beginner to complete comfort in Apple’s amazing DAW.
Today let’s get comfortable with navigating in Logic Pro. More specifically, let’s get comfy with zooming!
As you begin recording and making music, I bet you’ll find you’ll need to see your Projects from different views. That’s why Logic Pro provides several ways for you to zoom in, out, and around your Projects. You have everything from:
- Auto zoom buttons
- Horizontal and vertical zoom sliders
- Waveform zooming
- Individual track zoom
All these options are great and available to you to get in as close or far as you need to from your recordings. Even better though, is the Zoom Tool. By holding just 2 keys on your Mac’s keyboard (Control and Option), you’ll be flying in no time 🙂