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Logic 8 up and down

Discussion in 'Logic 8' started by Urban Utan, Aug 27, 2009.

  1. Urban Utan

    Urban Utan New Member

    Good morning everybody,

    I would like to have two extra keycommands in the piano roll editor.

    One for moving a selection of notes a semitone upward

    and

    One for moving a selection of notes a semitone downward.

    Best regards,

    Urban Utan from Rotterdam.
     
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  3. michaelo

    michaelo LUG Emeritus

    Your wish is our command...
    Just highlight the notes you wish to move, then option+arrow the notes up or down.
     
  4. Urban Utan

    Urban Utan New Member

    which keycommand

    Hi Michael,

    I would like to know to which keycommands your
    "option-arrow up/down" keycombination refers.

    Can you look it up for me in the keycommands window ?

    Thanks !

    Urban Utan
    Rotterdam.
     
  5. michaelo

    michaelo LUG Emeritus

    They ARE the key commands
     
  6. Urban Utan

    Urban Utan New Member

    which keycommand ?

    I am sorry, but they are not.

    a keycombination you press on the keyboard
    refers to a keycommand in the keycommandwindow.

    The keycombination can be customized.

    I use the "option-arrow up/down" for an other keycommand.

    That is why I like to know, to which keycommand your keycombination(option-arrow up/down) refers.

    Regards,

    Urban Utan.
     
  7. Urban Utan

    Urban Utan New Member

    no wish anymore

    I found out that the keycommands that move a note up or down
    can be found in : logic pro->preferences->key commands->arrange and various editors.

    they are called :

    •Event Transpose +1

    and :

    •Event Transpose -1


    So this is not a wish for the list.

    Regards,

    Urban Utan.
     
  8. Markdvc

    Markdvc Administrator Staff Member

    Well done. I moved the thread to the general logic discussions area.

    kind regards

    Mark
     

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