thanks for writing back. What I know is this: I can edit midi regions in piano roll change the display move notes but not change volume by dragging inside the note. In the Notation window I can change notes and up and down and drag to other positions with corrections, however I cannot change length. So between the two I can get by.
I usually do automation in the arrange window of volume and all plugins but not recording them in, that never works.
I had an idea to change the level of all volume automation at once because the drum track is peaking out however, I cannot use the list to to display just volume automation but I have many muted regions.
I can edit audio by changing the amplitude or the section and energize as we did in 7 in the sample editor but that all it's used for, and in Apple loops I can change the pitch but it's the wrong octave.
I can cut and paste together audio files and midi regions in arrange. I cannot get rid of noise when embedded in audio when you want to keep the audio.
I use many instruments in Logic Studio however, a lot of instruments don't should like real people playing and that is the point.
I use a lot of plugins such as compressor eq and multipressor by turning the knobs to see how the sound changes but I don't know the basics. The other ones such as the evoc filter bank I won't use because doesn't sound useful.
The reason I am saying this is so that I can get something out of it utilize a lot of it.
I have already done the free tutorials and I found a small amount that I didn't know. What I remember that was useful was hitting the escape key twice makes the toolbar go back to the pointer.
I am thinking about getting Logic 303 if I could get an 20% discount so I am waiting for a response to that question.
It may be that the Logic 101 covers the basics so that it would be very worth while also training in keyboard shortcuts would help efficiency.
I realize I should rewrite the section of what I know so it's easier to read but I didn't.
I think this post should be deleted after you respond to it if you respond back.