Today is day 25 of our 30-day series. And by now I think it’s pretty clear that Logic Pro X is a deep and amazing application.
While there’s far more in Logic Pro X than I think I’ll be able to cover, I’ll certainly try 😉
Yet another area that has way more going on under the hood than it lets on are Track Headers. Track Headers are that section of the Tracks Area that specifies what each track is. You can see things like:
- Track Names
- Track Icons
- Mute, Solo, and Record-Enable buttons
Track Headers seem pretty obvious, don’t they? What more could there be to say about them?
Well, press key command Option-T and you’ll quickly find out there’s a lot more your Track Headers could be doing for you!
Beyond soloing or muting your tracks, there are buttons for:
- Powering your tracks On/Off
- Freezing your tracks to conserve CPU
- Introducing different track views with Color Bars or Control Surface Bars
And each of the various Track Header buttons can speed up your workflow with key commands.
There’s a lot to unpack when it comes to Track Headers. So learn how to maximize your workflow with today’s video.