# The Logic Pro 9 (Test Your Knowledge)

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• 1.

### ï»¿ï»¿How many areas are in the Arrange window, and what are their names?

• A.

Five, Arrange area, editing area, Media or Lists area, Audio Bin , and Transport bar.

• B.

There are six areas in the Arrange window: Arrange area, editing area, Media or Lists area, Inspector, Toolbar, and Transport bar.

• C.

Six, Arrange area, edit area, assignment window, track Inspector, Mixer, Media or Lists area

B. There are six areas in the Arrange window: Arrange area, editing area, Media or Lists area, Inspector, Toolbar, and Transport bar.
Explanation
The correct answer states that there are six areas in the Arrange window: Arrange area, editing area, Media or Lists area, Inspector, Toolbar, and Transport bar. This answer provides a comprehensive list of all the areas present in the Arrange window, covering the main functionalities and tools available for arranging and editing audio tracks.

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• 2.

### When the same key command can be used in different areas, how do you know which area will respond to key commands?

• A.

The area that has key focus, indicated by a white frame

• B.

The area that has key focus, indicated by a gray frame

• C.

The area that has key focus, indicated by the library window

A. The area that has key focus, indicated by a white frame
Explanation
When the same key command can be used in different areas, the area that will respond to key commands is the one that has key focus, which is indicated by a white frame.

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• 3.

### What are the two ways to adjust a setting (such as the tempo) in Logic?

• A.

Click Drag or click type a value in the Transport Bar

• B.

Through the Transport Bar and or the Global Tracks bar

• C.

Transport Bar and Flex mode in the inspector window.

A. Click Drag or click type a value in the Transport Bar
Explanation
The correct answer is "Click Drag or click type a value in the Transport Bar." This means that in Logic, you can adjust a setting, such as the tempo, by either clicking and dragging on the Transport Bar or by clicking and typing a value directly into the Transport Bar.

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• 4.

### What units displayed in the help tag indicate a length or a position in the project?

• A.

Both help tag and transport bar display Bars, Beats, Disivions and Ticks

• B.

In the transport bar SMPTE units are hours, minutes, seconds, frames and subframes

• C.

The position of a regions anchor point.

A. Both help tag and transport bar display Bars, Beats, Disivions and Ticks
Explanation
The correct answer is that both the help tag and the transport bar display Bars, Beats, Divisions, and Ticks. This means that these units are used to indicate length or position in the project. The transport bar also includes SMPTE units such as hours, minutes, seconds, frames, and subframes. Additionally, the position of a region's anchor point can also be displayed.

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• 5.

### How do you move or copy a region in the Arrange area

• A.

With the Copy Tool

• B.

Option + Drag

• C.

Shift + Drag

B. Option + Drag
Explanation
To move or copy a region in the Arrange area, you can use the Option + Drag method. This means that while holding down the Option key on your keyboard, you can click and drag the region to a new location. This action will create a copy of the region at the new location while leaving the original region intact.

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• 6.

### In what order are channel strips displayed in the Mixer?

• A.

Top to Bottom In the Arrange window and Left to Right in the Mixer

• B.

Alphabetically from the track title

• C.

Midi regions are separated from audio regions

A. Top to Bottom In the Arrange window and Left to Right in the Mixer
Explanation
The channel strips are displayed in the Mixer in a specific order. In the Arrange window, they are displayed from top to bottom, while in the Mixer, they are displayed from left to right. This means that the channel strips are arranged vertically in the Arrange window and horizontally in the Mixer.

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• 7.

### What is a channel strip setting?

• A.

A collection of all the projects channel strip settings

• B.

A group of track plug-ins compiled into one a convenient channel strip setting

• C.

None of the Above

B. A group of track plug-ins compiled into one a convenient channel strip setting
Explanation
A channel strip setting refers to a group of track plug-ins that are combined together into a single convenient setting. This allows users to easily apply the same combination of plug-ins to multiple tracks, saving time and effort. It provides a consistent and efficient way to apply specific effects or processing to multiple tracks in a project.

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• 8.

### What are the steps to take to export your mix?

• A.

Off: cycle mode, auto punch, muted tracks, set length, bounce tracks

• B.

Turn off cycle mode and auto-punch, un-mute and deselect your tracks, Tools > Bounce

• C.

File Export > Complete Bounce

A. Off: cycle mode, auto punch, muted tracks, set length, bounce tracks
Explanation
The correct answer is to turn off cycle mode and auto-punch, unmute and deselect your tracks, set the length, and then bounce the tracks. This ensures that any looping or recording settings are disabled, muted tracks are unmuted, and the desired length of the mix is set before exporting it. Bouncing the tracks combines them into a single audio file that can be easily exported.

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• 9.

### Which kinds of regions go on software instrument tracks and audio tracks?

• A.

Blue regions are for Audio tracks, Green regions represent Midi for software tracks.

• B.

Green Regions are Audio tracks while Blue are Midi tracks

• C.

Green Apple Loops contain audio, also Midi channel strip settings enabling them to work for both Audio and software instrument tracks.

A. Blue regions are for Audio tracks, Green regions represent Midi for software tracks.
C. Green Apple Loops contain audio, also Midi channel strip settings enabling them to work for both Audio and software instrument tracks.
Explanation
Blue regions go on audio tracks, while green regions go on software instrument tracks. Green Apple Loops contain audio and also have Midi channel strip settings, allowing them to be used on both audio and software instrument tracks.

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• 10.

### What keys will open the repeat regions window?

• A.

Option + R

• B.

Shift + Control + R

• C.

Command + R

C. Command + R
Explanation
Pressing Command + R will open the repeat regions window.

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• 11.

### What for formats can you brounce to?

• A.

PCM, MP3, M4A, CAF, BURN

• B.

M4A, PCM, MP3, BURN

• C.

WAV, MP3, WMA, AIFF

B. M4A, PCM, MP3, BURN
Explanation
The correct answer is M4A, PCM, MP3, BURN. This answer lists the formats that can be bounced to, which means they can be converted or exported to these formats. The formats mentioned are M4A, PCM, MP3, and BURN.

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• 12.

### Which settings affect the quality of a digital audio recording? Where can you adjust those settings?

• A.

The File Format, adjusted from the Preferences > General Tab

• B.

Bit Resolution and Sample Depth

• C.

Sample Rate and Bit-Depth from the Settings and Preferences Tool Bar

C. Sample Rate and Bit-Depth from the Settings and Preferences Tool Bar
Explanation
The quality of a digital audio recording is affected by the sample rate and bit-depth settings. The sample rate determines the number of samples taken per second, while the bit-depth determines the number of bits used to represent each sample. Higher sample rates and bit-depths result in better audio quality, as they capture more detail and provide a wider dynamic range. These settings can be adjusted in the Settings and Preferences Tool Bar.

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• 13.

### How do you record on one or several tracks?

• A.

Select an Input from the Preferences menu and Toggle the Record button

• B.

Record enable multiple tracks and click Record

• C.

Shift + Click multiple tracks and click Record

B. Record enable multiple tracks and click Record
Explanation
To record on one or several tracks, you need to enable the record function on those tracks and then click the record button. This allows you to simultaneously record on multiple tracks by activating the record function on each desired track and then initiating the recording process by clicking the record button.

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• 14.

### How do you record additional audio takes?

• A.

Record enable a track

• B.

Auto-Punch must be activated

• C.

Record over an existing audio region

C. Record over an existing audio region
Explanation
To record additional audio takes, you can choose to record over an existing audio region. This means that you will overwrite the existing audio with the new recording. By doing so, you can easily replace or add new takes to an existing recording without having to create a new track or region. This allows for a more efficient and streamlined recording process.

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• 15.

### What happens when you record in Cycle mode?

• A.

Takes are created and placed on individual tracks

• B.

A new take is recorded for each pass of the cycle

• C.

Only one region is repeated.

B. A new take is recorded for each pass of the cycle
Explanation
When recording in Cycle mode, a new take is recorded for each pass of the cycle. This means that each time the cycle repeats, a new recording is made and placed on individual tracks. This allows for multiple takes to be created and easily compared and edited later on.

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• 16.

### How do you punch on the fly?

• A.

Activate POTF though either Option > Audio or the Record settings menu, toggle R + Shift On/Off

• B.

Activation: Option click above the cycle bar or select the Auto-Punch Icon from Transport Bar

• C.

Turn on POTF through the record setting menu.

A. Activate POTF though either Option > Audio or the Record settings menu, toggle R + Shift On/Off
Explanation
To punch on the fly, you can activate the Punch on the Fly (POTF) feature by either going to Option > Audio or the Record settings menu. Then, you need to toggle R + Shift On/Off to enable or disable the POTF. Another way to activate POTF is by option clicking above the cycle bar or selecting the Auto-Punch Icon from the Transport Bar. Additionally, you can turn on POTF through the record setting menu.

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• 17.

### How do you use the Autopunch function?

• A.

Activation: Option click above the cycle bar or select the Auto-Punch Icon from Transport Bar

• B.

Toggle R + Shift during playback

A. Activation: Option click above the cycle bar or select the Auto-Punch Icon from Transport Bar
Explanation
The Autopunch function is used by either option clicking above the cycle bar or selecting the Auto-Punch Icon from the Transport Bar. This function can also be toggled by pressing R and Shift during playback.

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• 18.

### Where do you adjust the I/O buffer size?

• A.

Settings > General > Adjust I/O Buffer Size

• B.

Record Setting Window

• C.

Where you adjust the bit depth and choose a recording file type.

C. Where you adjust the bit depth and choose a recording file type.
Explanation
In order to adjust the I/O buffer size, you need to go to the location where you can adjust the bit depth and choose a recording file type. This suggests that the I/O buffer size adjustment is located in the same settings or options menu where you can modify the bit depth and recording file type.

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• 19.

### How do you choose the best I/O buffer size?

• A.

For recording choose the lowest I/O buffer for least amount of CPU power.

• B.

For recording choose the lowest I/O buffer for least amount of latency and opposite for Mixing

• C.

None of the above

B. For recording choose the lowest I/O buffer for least amount of latency and opposite for Mixing
Explanation
For recording, choosing the lowest I/O buffer size helps to minimize the latency, which is the delay between the input signal and its playback. This is important in recording scenarios to ensure that the recorded audio is synchronized and does not have any noticeable delay. On the other hand, for mixing, a higher I/O buffer size can be chosen to allow for more processing power and reduce the risk of audio dropouts or glitches during the mixing process.

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• 20.

### Where do you set the recording file type?

• A.

• B.

Explanation
In order to set the recording file type, you need to access the Global Preferences Menu. This menu allows you to customize various settings related to the recording process, including the file type in which the recordings will be saved. By selecting the appropriate option in the Global Preferences Menu, you can specify the desired file type for your recordings.

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• 21.

### Where do you adjust the count-in?

• A.

From the Settings Menu listed under Recording

• B.

From the Preferences Menu under the general tab

• C.

Right clicking the metronome button from the transport bar

A. From the Settings Menu listed under Recording
Explanation
To adjust the count-in, you need to go to the Settings Menu listed under Recording.

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• 22.

### Where do you adjust the metronome settings?

• A.

Settings menu or right clicking the metronome icon from the transport bar.

• B.

Control + M

• C.

Option + Shift + Backslash + double click the Metronome icon

A. Settings menu or right clicking the metronome icon from the transport bar.
Explanation
To adjust the metronome settings, you can either access the settings menu or right click the metronome icon from the transport bar. Both options provide a way to modify the metronome settings according to your preferences.

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• 23.

### How can you quickly access recording and metronome settings?

• A.

None of the below

• B.

From the Settings menu up in the tool bar

• C.

You can right click them from the transport bar.

C. You can right click them from the transport bar.
Explanation
To quickly access recording and metronome settings, you can right click them from the transport bar. This means that instead of going to the Settings menu in the toolbar, you can simply right click on the transport bar and access these settings directly. This saves time and provides a more convenient way to adjust recording and metronome settings while working on a project.

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• 24.

### How can you hide tracks?

• A.

Select the H icon, then click a tracks hide button, press H icon again to hide selected tracks.

• B.

Click the H button on each track to hide tracks

• C.

Select each track and Edit > Delete

A. Select the H icon, then click a tracks hide button, press H icon again to hide selected tracks.
Explanation
To hide tracks, you can select the H icon, then click on the hide button for the desired tracks. After that, you need to press the H icon again to hide the selected tracks.

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• 25.

### What are logics Recording Formats?

• A.

AIFF, CAF, PCM, WAVE (BWF)

• B.

AIFF, WAVE (BWF), PCM

• C.

CAF, AIFF, WAVE (BWF)

C. CAF, AIFF, WAVE (BWF)
Explanation
The correct answer is CAF, AIFF, WAVE (BWF). These are the different recording formats used for logics. CAF (Core Audio Format) is a container format that can store audio data and metadata. AIFF (Audio Interchange File Format) is a standard audio file format used for storing high-quality audio. WAVE (BWF) is a Microsoft and IBM audio file format that is widely used for storing uncompressed audio data. These formats are commonly used in audio recording and editing software like Logic Pro.

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• 26.

### How do you open a take folder?

• A.

Clicking the the Folder editing Mode Button

• B.

Double-click a take folder to open it.

• C.

Option > Open Takes Folder

B. Double-click a take folder to open it.
Explanation
To open a take folder, you simply need to double-click on it. This action will open the take folder and allow you to access its contents.

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• 27.

### How do you preview the takes?

• A.

From the preview dialogue window.

• B.

Click the takes you want to preview. The highlighted take is the take playing; the others are muted.

• C.

Clicking a regional comp

B. Click the takes you want to preview. The highlighted take is the take playing; the others are muted.
Explanation
To preview the takes, you need to click on the takes that you want to preview. The take that is highlighted is the one that is currently playing, while the other takes are muted. This can be done from the preview dialogue window.

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• 28.

### How do you comp takes?

• A.

Busing your tracks signal into an Aux recording track.

• B.

None of the above

• C.

Highlight each takes desired sections. The take folder assembles a comp comprising all the highlighted sections.

C. Highlight each takes desired sections. The take folder assembles a comp comprising all the highlighted sections.
Explanation
To create a comp in this context, you need to highlight the desired sections of each take. The take folder then combines these highlighted sections to create a composite or comp track. This allows you to select the best parts from multiple takes and create a final, polished version.

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• 29.

### How can you see the result of your comp as regions?

• A.

Merge the folder.

• B.

From the take folder menu, choose Flatten.

• C.

None of the above.

B. From the take folder menu, choose Flatten.
Explanation
To see the result of your comp as regions, you need to select the "Flatten" option from the take folder menu. This will merge the folder and display the comp as individual regions.

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• 30.

### How can you assign the Left-click tool?

• A.

Press ESC twice and Command + click to select a tool.

• B.

From the Left-click Tool menu, choose the desired tool, or press Esc and choose the desired tool.

• C.

You can't assign a Left-Click Tool with a Mechanical mouse.

B. From the Left-click Tool menu, choose the desired tool, or press Esc and choose the desired tool.
Explanation
To assign the Left-click tool, you need to access the Left-click Tool menu and choose the desired tool from there. Alternatively, you can press the Esc key to exit any current tool selection and then choose the desired tool from the menu.

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• 31.

### How can you assign the Command-click tool?

• A.

Left click to select a command-click tool

• B.

Press the Escape button twice

• C.

In the Command-click Tool menu, choose the desired tool, or press Esc and Command-click the desired tool.

C. In the Command-click Tool menu, choose the desired tool, or press Esc and Command-click the desired tool.
Explanation
To assign the Command-click tool, you can either choose the desired tool from the Command-click Tool menu or press Esc and Command-click the desired tool.

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• 32.

• A.

Drag the Cross fade tool over the boundaries of a region or use Shift + Control Drag.

• B.

You must first choose the Fade button from the inspector.

• C.

Drag the Cross fade tool over the boundaries of a region or use shift + option.

A. Drag the Cross fade tool over the boundaries of a region or use Shift + Control Drag.
Explanation
To add a fade-in or fade-out to a region, you can drag the Cross fade tool over the boundaries of the region or use the shortcut Shift + Control Drag. This will create a smooth transition between the audio in the region and the surrounding audio. It is important to note that before doing this, you must first choose the Fade button from the inspector.

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• 33.

### How do you crossfade between two regions?

• A.

Shift-Control-drag the Pointer tool or use the Cross-fade Tool

• B.

Selecting within one region.

• C.

None of the above

A. Shift-Control-drag the Pointer tool or use the Cross-fade Tool
Explanation
To crossfade between two regions in audio editing software, you can either hold down the Shift and Control keys while dragging the Pointer tool, or you can use the dedicated Cross-fade Tool. These methods allow for a smooth transition between the two regions, blending the audio seamlessly.

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• 34.

### How can you import an audio file into your project?

• A.

Only from the Apple Loops window

• B.

You can locate and preview it in the File Browser, then drag it to the Arrange area.

• C.

Export > Audio

B. You can locate and preview it in the File Browser, then drag it to the Arrange area.
Explanation
To import an audio file into your project, you can locate and preview it in the File Browser and then drag it to the Arrange area. This allows you to easily import audio files from your computer into your project for further editing and manipulation.

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• 35.

### How can you select a portion of an audio region?

• A.

Double-click using the pointer

• B.

Use the Marquee tool.

• C.

None or the above.

B. Use the Marquee tool.
Explanation
To select a portion of an audio region, you can use the Marquee tool. This tool allows you to click and drag over the desired section of the audio region, creating a selection. This selection can then be used for editing, copying, or any other desired action. Double-clicking using the pointer is not a method for selecting a portion of an audio region. Therefore, the correct answer is to use the Marquee tool.

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• 36.

### When you choose Edit > Select Unused in the Audio Bin, which files are selected?

• A.

All muted and Soloed Regions only.

• B.

Only the unused regions in the arrange area.

• C.

Regions stored in the audio takes folder.

B. Only the unused regions in the arrange area.
Explanation
When you choose Edit > Select Unused in the Audio Bin, the selected files are only the unused regions in the arrange area. This means that any audio regions that are not being used in the current arrangement will be selected. Muted and soloed regions are not included in the selection, and regions stored in the audio takes folder are also not selected.

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• 37.

### What do you need to do before you can quantize an audio region?

• A.

You must first Solo the selected track.

• B.

Give the audio region a flex mode from the transport bar.

• C.

Give the audio region a flex mode from the inspector bar.

C. Give the audio region a flex mode from the inspector bar.
Explanation
Before quantizing an audio region, you need to give the audio region a flex mode from the inspector bar. This means that you need to enable the flex mode for the audio region in order to adjust its timing and rhythm. Soloing the selected track or giving the audio region a flex mode from the transport bar are not necessary steps for quantizing the audio region.

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• 38.

### Which tool allows you to move an individual note inside an audio region, without altering the region?

• A.

The Flex Tool.

• B.

Select the motivation tool from the arrange tool area.

• C.

Using the motivation tool.

A. The Flex Tool.
Explanation
The Flex Tool allows you to move an individual note inside an audio region without altering the region. This tool is specifically designed for making precise adjustments to the timing and pitch of individual notes within a region, allowing for fine-tuning and editing of audio recordings. By using the Flex Tool, you can easily manipulate the position of notes within a region without affecting the overall structure or length of the audio.

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• 39.

### What kind of audio editing can you do in the Sample Editor?

• A.

Sweet Audio Editing

• B.

Destructive audio editing.

• C.

Un-destructive audio editing

B. Destructive audio editing.
Explanation
The Sample Editor in audio editing allows for destructive audio editing. Destructive editing refers to making permanent changes to the original audio file, such as cutting, deleting, or modifying sections of the audio. This means that once the changes are made, they cannot be undone or reversed. Destructive editing is useful when precise and permanent modifications need to be made to the audio file.

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• 40.

### Which is true about the Anchor point?

• A.

The anchor is a point in an audio region used to position the region to the grid in the Arrange area.

• B.

The position displayed in the help tag when you drag a region.

• C.

By default the anchor is located at the start point of an audio region.

A. The anchor is a point in an audio region used to position the region to the grid in the Arrange area.
B. The position displayed in the help tag when you drag a region.
C. By default the anchor is located at the start point of an audio region.
Explanation
The anchor point is a point in an audio region that is used to position the region to the grid in the Arrange area. It is also the position displayed in the help tag when you drag a region. By default, the anchor is located at the start point of an audio region.

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• 41.

### Where do you unlock the arrange positions when moving an Anchor?

• A.

Edit Menu > "Lock arrange Position when moving Anchor"

• B.

Sample Editor > Local Menu, deselect edit > "Lock arrange Position when moving Anchor"

• C.

Who Cares?

B. Sample Editor > Local Menu, deselect edit > "Lock arrange Position when moving Anchor"
Explanation
To unlock the arrange positions when moving an Anchor, you need to go to the Sample Editor and access the Local Menu. From there, you should deselect the option "Lock arrange Position when moving Anchor" in the edit settings.

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• 42.

### How does Logic route incoming MIDI events?

• A.

Using an external Midi device.

• B.

All incoming MIDI events are routed to the record-enabled track(s).

• C.

From the computers Audio In/Out Device

B. All incoming MIDI events are routed to the record-enabled track(s).
Explanation
Incoming MIDI events are routed to the record-enabled track(s). This means that when Logic receives MIDI events, it will send them to the track(s) that are currently set to record. This allows users to capture and record MIDI data in real-time, making it easier to create and edit musical performances within the software.

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• 43.

### How can you time-correct a MIDI region?

• A.

Quantize them by choosing a grid resolution to snap the notes.

• B.

Using the flex time-correct tool

• C.

Non of the above

A. Quantize them by choosing a grid resolution to snap the notes.
Explanation
To time-correct a MIDI region, you can quantize the notes by selecting a grid resolution. This means that the notes will be adjusted to align with the chosen grid, ensuring that they are in sync with the desired timing. This process helps to improve the overall timing and rhythm of the MIDI region. The other option mentioned, using the flex time-correct tool, is not the correct answer in this case.

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• 44.

### How do you choose the default quantize settings for new MIDI recordings?

• A.

Choose your tracks quantization setting before recording.

• B.

Click the MIDI In button in the Piano Roll Editor, Score Editor, or Event List.

• C.

Preferences > Midi > Default Quantization

A. Choose your tracks quantization setting before recording.
Explanation
The default quantize settings for new MIDI recordings can be chosen by selecting the quantization setting for the tracks before recording. This ensures that the recorded MIDI data will automatically be quantized according to the chosen setting. The other options mentioned, such as clicking the MIDI In button or accessing the preferences, do not specifically address the default quantize settings for new recordings.

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• 45.

### How do you record MIDI takes?

• A.

From the Record Setting choose "Merge Only in Cycle Record"

• B.

From the Record Setting choose "Create Take Folders"

• C.

Only audio regions can record take folders.

B. From the Record Setting choose "Create Take Folders"
Explanation
To record MIDI takes, you need to select "Create Take Folders" from the Record Setting. This option allows you to create separate folders for each take, making it easier to manage and compare different recordings.

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• 46.

### What do you need to do before you can punch in on a MIDI track to replace a portion of a MIDI region?

• A.

Track Enable Record

• B.

You must turn on the Replace mode from the transport bar

• C.

Select the Auto-Punch button from the transport bar.

B. You must turn on the Replace mode from the transport bar
Explanation
Before punching in on a MIDI track to replace a portion of a MIDI region, you need to turn on the Replace mode from the transport bar. This mode allows the new MIDI data to replace the existing data in the specified portion of the MIDI region. By enabling this mode, you ensure that the new recording will overwrite the old data instead of merging or layering with it.

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• 47.

### How do you turn on Step Input Mode?

• A.

Click the Midi In button twice, to enable the Midi edit mode.

• B.

Double + Click the Yellow Link window .

• C.

Click the MIDI In button in the Piano Roll Editor, Score Editor, or Event List.

C. Click the MIDI In button in the Piano Roll Editor, Score Editor, or Event List.
Explanation
To turn on Step Input Mode, you need to click the MIDI In button in either the Piano Roll Editor, Score Editor, or Event List.

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• 48.

### When recording in Step Input mode, identify two ways you can adjust the step length.

• A.

Using the overriding Step Input Keyboard note-length buttons or from the division setting in the transport bar.

• B.

Using the Pencil tool to lengthen a note.

• C.

Setting a higher velocity for the incoming note.

A. Using the overriding Step Input Keyboard note-length buttons or from the division setting in the transport bar.
Explanation
In Step Input mode, you can adjust the step length by using the overriding Step Input Keyboard note-length buttons or by adjusting the division setting in the transport bar. These options allow you to specify the length of each step when recording.

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• 49.

### The darkend Midi/IN button represents?

• A.

It allows you to step input midi notes.

• B.

It's for editing individually selected notes pitch and velocities using an external keyboard.

• C.

The off position.

B. It's for editing individually selected notes pitch and velocities using an external keyboard.
Explanation
The darkened Midi/IN button represents the function of editing individually selected notes' pitch and velocities using an external keyboard. This button enables the user to input and adjust MIDI notes in a step-by-step manner, allowing for precise editing and customization of the notes' pitch and velocities. It serves as a tool for fine-tuning and refining the musical composition by providing control over the specific elements of each note.

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### Where can you filter out certain Midi CC  and Note datas from an incoming siginal?

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Piano Roll window Functions > Input Filter

A. The Settings Menu Under Midi
Explanation
In the Settings Menu Under Midi, there is an option to filter out certain Midi CC and Note datas from an incoming signal. This means that you can specify which Midi data you want to exclude or ignore, allowing you to customize and control the type of Midi information that is received. By accessing this menu, you can adjust the filtering settings to suit your needs and preferences.

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