1) Audio Track- A new project.... a file
2) Software Instrument Track and Instrument Slots- selection of midi files
3) Midi region- a rectangular object that resides on a software instrument track. It contains Midi events--individual notes or commands-- that are created from a MIDI keyboard
4) Arrange window-the primary working window of Logic Pro.
5) Inspector- area at the left edge of the Arrange window and editors, containing the Parameter boxes and channel strips of the selected track
6) Toolbar- area at the top of the Arrange window where you can access or hide certain onscreen areas or carry out key functions
7) Editors- Tools: when you click the sample editor, piano roll, and score buttons a the bottom of the Arrange Area. Doing this shows or hides the editors where you can edit audio and Midi regions
8) Transport bar- the button that presses play, pause, etc...at the bottom of the arrange window
9) Media area- top right of the arrange window...shows or hides the Media Area...where you access audio and Midi files
10) Bin tab: reveals an area that is used for project audio file and region management and conversion tasks
11) Loops tab: reveals an area that contains prerecorded loops to add to your project
12) Library Tab: reveals an are used to handle all settings files for channel strips, effects, and instruments
13) Browser Tab: reveals an area that is used to browse, select, and manage all media types supported by Logic Pro
14) Bar ruler: ruler at the top of the arrange area. Displays musical time units, including: bars, measures, beats, and beat divisions
15) Playhead: a vertical white line that indicates the current playback position in all horizontal, time- based windows.
16) Left and Right locators: locators that define the start and end points of a cycle range in the Bar ruler
17) Cycle Function: A function that constantly repeats the are between the left and right locator positions
18) Apple Loops: Prerecorded Audio and MIDI-based files located in the Loop Browser
19) Channel strip: a virtual representation of a mixing console channel strip.
20) Audio channel strip vs. Instrument channel strip: audio channel strips control the playback and recoding of audio signals on audio tracks. instrument channel strips allow you to use and control software instruments.
21) Metronome: a click in the project's tempo that can be heard during recording or playback
22) Count- in: clicks heard before the start of a recording, making it easier to get into the project's groove
23) Input slot:a panel on an audio channel strip where you assign the channel strip input
24) Output:
25) Insert Slot: A panel on a channel strip where you insert an effect plug-in
26) Input Monitoring: allows you to hear incoming audio when audio tracks are playing, record- enabled, or recording
27) Take: a recording.
28) Take folder: a container for multiple take recordings
29) Drag editing: the behavior of cutting, dragging, and moving take folder and take region elements
30) Flex marker:
31) Flex view:
32) Flex time:
33) Beat mapping:
34) Flex time editing:
35) Transient marker:
36) Transient detection process
37) Quantization:
38) Quantize pop- up menu:
39) Five tools for mixing- Lynda video:
40) Signal Flow -sends:
41) Automation:
42) Freeze tracks:
43) Bouncing:


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