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Assign hardware transport controls to Logic Pro

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Author: admin
Date: 28-Apr-11

[dancetech database recompiled in 1999 - some articles listed April '99 are older]

Part of our Logic Pro tutorial series - This video shows how to assign transport buttons on controller keyboards to Logic's transport functions.

In this tutorial we use a Behringer UMA25S controller keyboard, but you can use any controller keyboard, and even assign physical keys or other buttons to transport if your keyboard has no transport buttons.

If your controller-keyboard has no designated transport buttons, then simply follow this tutorial, but assign whatever buttons you like on your controller or actual keys instead of the buttons being shown here.

Ok, simple enuff! - Any questions, please ask on our forums, or leave a comment below if you found this short tutorial useful - For noobs, checkout the whole tutorial series for more of Logic juiceyness!


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Name:  bill
Activity:  Professional
Date:  10-Aug-13

easy as 1 2 3..just follow the video folks. Thanks so much, your videos are excellent

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Name:  Wade McCrindle
Activity:  part-timer
Date:  01-Mar-14

Just want to say thanks for all the really great videos you have posted. You have helped me out a great deal in my
attempts to learn Logic. May the force stay strong in you !! Cheers

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