Logic Pro X Practice Exam

Chris Redding
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Questions to familiarize yourself with the Logic Pro X basic exam. This exam does not cover the EDM update.

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Question 1

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Where is the inspector and what are it's uses?
Answer
  • In the File menu go to Inspector. Its contextual parameters adapt based on what is selected and what has focus.
  • To the right of the Tracks area. It provides a search field to get to loops and iTunes music.
  • To the left of the Tracks area. Its contextual parameters adapt based on what is selected and what has focus.
  • At the top of the window. It provides different tools to allow you to work in the Tracks area.

Question 2

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Check all that apply concerning the Tracks area:
Answer
  • It is in the center of the main window.
  • It contains Track headers to the left.
  • It contains an EQ fader.
  • It contains a ruler at the top.
  • It has a workspace where you edit regions.
  • It contains a bank of instruments.

Question 3

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The control bar is the row of buttons and displays at the top of your display. It contains transport buttons, information LCD displays, and mode buttons.
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 4

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The workspace is in the Tracks area below the ruler and contains track headers and the regions used in your project.
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 5

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When multiple panes are open, how do you make sure the desired pane reacts to key commands?
Answer
  • Make sure your key commands are set by adding them in the Key Commands Preferences.
  • By clicking on the pane so there is a blue outline to bring focus.
  • Close all panes to make sure you are in the correct pane where you want to work.
  • Command-F

Question 6

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What are ways to adjust a numerical value in Logic X? (Check all that apply)
Answer
  • Slide the pointer vertically.
  • Command-drag the value.
  • Double-Click and type the value in the field.

Question 7

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How do you copy a region? (Check all that apply)
Answer
  • File>Duplicate Region.
  • Option-Drag the region.
  • Select region, then Command C.
  • Use the Copy tool in the Tools menu.

Question 8

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A region can be resized by placing the pointer over one of the two lower corners so it changes to a Resize tool, and then drag horizontally.
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 9

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How do you loop a region? (Check all that apply)
Answer
  • L
  • Select the Loop checkbox in the Inspector.
  • Move the pointer to the upper right corner of the region and drag.

Question 10

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Effect plug-ins are added by clicking on the effects button in the Track Header
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 11

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In the help tag, what are the units of the 4 numeric values used to determine the length and position of a region?
Answer
  • Bars, divisions, ticks, and beats
  • Minutes, Seconds, milliseconds, ticks.
  • Bars, beats, divisions, and ticks
  • Bars, beats, divisions, and frames.

Question 12

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How many ticks are in a 16th note?
Answer
  • 100
  • 240
  • 220
  • 280

Question 13

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What ways are there to mix down your project to a stereo audio file? (Check all that apply)
Answer
  • File > Bounce > Project or Section.
  • Option-Command-B
  • Command-B
  • File > Export > Project or Section.

Question 14

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The keyboard shortcut for the Mixer is M.
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 15

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The keyboard shortcut for the Loops Browser is O.
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 16

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What two fundamental settings affect the quality of a digital audio recording?
Answer
  • Sample Rate and EQ.
  • I/O Buffer Size and Recording Delay.
  • Sample Rate and Bit Depth.
  • Surround Format and Enabling 24-bit Recording.

Question 17

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The Audio Engineering Society sample rate recommendation for most applications is 44.1kHz.
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 18

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The more bits you use to encode a sample, the less accurate the encoding and the higher level of noise in the digital audio file.
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 19

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Where can you find the settings for Sample Rate and Bit Depth?
Answer
  • Both are found in the File > Project Settings > Audio.
  • Sample Rate is found under File > Project Settings > Audio, and the Bit Depth is found under Logic Pro X > Preferences > Audio, in the Devices tab.
  • Sample Rate is found under Logic Pro X > Preferences > General, in the Editing tab, and Bit Depth is found under File > Project Settings > Audio.
  • Both are found in Logic Pro X > Preferences > Advanced Tools.

Question 20

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What precaution must you take before record-enabling multiple tracks simultaneously?
Answer
  • Make sure cycle mode is on to make take folders.
  • Make sure the tracks are assigned different inputs.
  • Make sure the tracks are not muted.
  • All of the above.

Question 21

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Which picture represents a way to open a Take Folder.

Question 22

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You don't have to position the playhead in cycle mode; recording automatically starts at the beginning of the cycle.
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 23

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When you stop recording, if the recent take is shorter than a bar, Logic automatically discards it.
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 24

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Where do you reassign a track's input?

Question 25

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What are the recording file types? (Check all that apply)
Answer
  • AIFF
  • BWF or WAVE
  • mp3
  • m4a
  • CAF

Question 26

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What is the shortcut for the Browser Pane?
Answer
  • B
  • W
  • F
  • Command-B

Question 27

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Cycle mode takes precedence over a marquee selection in playback.
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 28

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Nondestructive audio editing changes the original audio file.
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 29

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Where can you perform nondestructive audio editing? (Check all that apply)
Answer
  • Workspace
  • Audio Track Editor
  • Audio File Editor
  • Piano Roll

Question 30

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How do you comp takes?
Answer
  • Create a new track stack and record each take into a component of the stack. Use the scissors tool and fade tool to comp between edits.
  • Using the auto punch feature, set the auto punch region and re-record over an area.
  • Use the quick swipe comp tool to drag over desired sections. The take folder assembles a comp including all the highlighted sections.
  • Record each track, and then use the track folder feature to comp them all together. Use the marquee and fade tool to smooth out edits.

Question 31

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Which one indicates quick swipe comping is enabled?

Question 32

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Where can you perform destructive audio editing?
Answer
  • Event Panel
  • Region
  • Audio File Editor
  • Audio Track Editor

Question 33

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How can you see the result of your comp as regions? (Check all that apply)
Answer
  • Close the disclosure triangle in the Take Folder
  • From the Take Folder pop-up menu, choose Flatten
  • In the Edit Menu, choose Flatten Take Folder
  • Bounce region in place

Question 34

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How do you add a fade-in or fade-out to a region?
Answer
  • Drag the Fade tool over the boundaries of a region
  • Control-Shift-drag the Pointer tool
  • Adjust the Fade In parameter in the Region Inspector
  • Select region and use Option-Command-F to get the Fade In/Fade Out handles

Question 35

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How do you crossfade between two regions?
Answer
  • Drag the Fade tool over the junction of the regions
  • Control-Shift-drag the Pointer tool
  • Adjust the Fade Out parameter in the Region inspector
  • All answers are correct

Question 36

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What is the Marquee tool useful for? (Check all that apply)
Answer
  • Selecting a section of an audio region
  • Playing a section of an audio region
  • Deleting a section of an audio region
  • Comping a section of an audio region

Question 37

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Which tool allows you to move an individual note inside an audio region, without dividing the region? (Check all that apply)
Answer
  • Flex Tool
  • Pointer Tool
  • Marquee Tool
  • Scissors Tool

Question 38

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The point at which the regions align on the grid in the workspace is called the anchor.
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 39

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The alignment guides always line up the ends of each region with the beginnings or endings of other region
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 40

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What is the shortcut for the Tool menu at the mouse pointer position?
Answer
  • T
  • Esc
  • Shift-T
  • Fn-Esc

Question 41

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What is the shortcut for reversing an audio file?
Answer
  • Command-Shift-R
  • R
  • Control-Shift-R
  • Shift-R

Question 42

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How do you choose a drummer? (Check all that apply)
Answer
  • Add a drummer track
  • Move the ball around the XY grid to change the style
  • Go to the Library and select a drum kit
  • Select a drummer from the controls area

Question 43

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Command-click the drummer to choose a new drummer while keeping the current drum kit.
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 44

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You can edit the drummer regions by changing the MIDI information in the Piano Roll editor.
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 45

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You can mute or unmute drum parts by clicking on parts of the drum to mute or unmute in the Drummer editor.
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 46

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How do you make the drummer play softer or louder, simpler or more complex? (Check all that apply)
Answer
  • Adjust the fills dial
  • Move the ball around on the XY grid to correspond to the performance style
  • Mute or unmute drum parts
  • Choose a drummer preset

Question 47

Question
How do you access the Feel knob to make the drummer play behind or ahead of the beat?
Answer
  • Select the Gear drop down menu and choose Feel knob options
  • Use the details button in the drummer editor
  • Control-click on the Swing knob to adjust the feel
  • Control-click on the Drummer editor to add the Feel knob to the controls

Question 48

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How do you open Smart Controls? (Check all that apply)
Answer
  • S
  • B
  • C
  • Use the icon in the Control bar

Question 49

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How do you open Drum Kit Designer? (Check all that apply)
Answer
  • Choose a drum kit in the Library
  • Click the drum kit at the bottom of the character card
  • Click on the insert in the Inspector
  • Double click on the drummer

Question 50

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When customizing a drum kit, you have to select the appropriate Producer Kit in the Library to access all the available drum kit features.
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 51

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How do you dampen or tune an individual drum?
Answer
  • Click on the drum in the Drummer Editor
  • Click on the Details button in the Drummer Editor to access the dampen and tune knobs
  • In the Drum Kit Designer, click a drum and adjust the settings in the Edit panel
  • Adjust the settings in Smart Controls

Question 52

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You can convert Drummer regions into MIDI regions.
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 53

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Command-N will create a new document and open the templates window whereas Command-Shift-N will open a new document and bypass the templates window.
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 54

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You can see a plug-in's settings in the library by Control-clicking on the plug-in and choosing View in Library.
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 55

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How many channels can MIDI events be sent on?
Answer
  • 8
  • 12
  • 16
  • 24

Question 56

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How do you join a new recording in an existing MIDI region?
Answer
  • Use the Glue Tool
  • In the Project's recording settings, set overlapping regions to "Join when Cycling"
  • In the Project's recording settings, set overlapping regions to "Join with Selected Regions"
  • In the Project's recording settings, set overlapping regions to "Create Take Folders"

Question 57

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Which button do you click on to enable step input recording?

Question 58

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In the Region inspector, set the Quantize parameter to a desired note length to time-correct a MIDI region.
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 59

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How do you choose default region parameters for new MIDI recordings? (Check all that apply)
Answer
  • Deselect all regions
  • Set the quantize settings in the Region Inspector
  • Make sure the Inspector is set to MIDI-Thru
  • Make sure snap is set to smart in the Workspace

Question 60

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When you punch in on a MIDI track to replace a portion of a MIDI region, set a cycle region and a count-in to record over existing MIDI
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 61

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When performing step input recording, you can change the note lengths by clicking on the note length buttons in the part box in the Inspector.
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 62

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A summing stack will allow MIDI regions on the main track trigger instruments on the subtracks.
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 63

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In the Smart Controls pane, how do you map a screen control to a plug-in parameter? (Check all that apply)
Answer
  • Enable learn mode in the Parameter Mapping Area
  • In the Window menu select Control Mapping
  • Click a screen control to select it, once in learn mode
  • Click a plug-in parameter to map it to the selected screen control

Question 64

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In the Smart Controls pane, how do you map a screen control to a knob on your MIDI controller? Chose the correct workflow:
Answer
  • Move a knob on your MIDI controller, Click a screen control to select it, and in the External Assignment area, click Learn
  • Move a knob on your MIDI controller, in the External Assignment area, click Learn, and Click a screen control to select it
  • In the External Assignment area, click Learn. Click a screen control to select it, and move a knob on your MIDI controller

Question 65

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In the Arpeggiator MIDI plug-in, you can play a chord on specific steps of a pattern by clicking the chord on/off button below the step number.
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 66

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In the Arpeggiator MIDI plug-in, you can skip a step by clicking the step on/off button below the velocity bar.
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 67

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What is the shortcut for the step input keyboard?
Answer
  • Command-Option-S
  • Shift-Option-K
  • Command-Option-K
  • Shift-Command-S

Question 68

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When multiple notes are selected and have different velocities, dragging them with the Velocity Tool offsets the velocities of all notes so that they are all equal in velocity.
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 69

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You can make the part box a floating window by dragging it out of the Inspector.
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 70

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How can you return a value to the default value?
Answer
  • Option-Command-Click
  • Option-Click
  • Click then Option
  • Shift-Option-Click

Question 71

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What is the MIDI-draw shortcut?
Answer
  • Y
  • D
  • Command-Y
  • Command-D

Question 72

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How do you delete a control point in MIDI draw? (Check all that apply)
Answer
  • Click and then delete
  • Double click a point
  • Rubber band the control points and use the delete key
  • Drag it off the line

Question 73

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In MIDI draw you can make a curved line a straight line by Option-clicking the line.
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 74

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You can create an empty MIDI region in the workspace by Control-clicking a software instrument track and choosing Create Empty MIDI Region from the shortcut menu.
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 75

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How do you create notes in the Piano Roll Editor?
Answer
  • Click on the grid
  • Use the Pencil Tool
  • Drag on the grid with the Pointer Tool
  • Drag a note from the Part Box

Question 76

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You can resize a note in the Piano Roll Editor by choosing a note in the Part Box and dragging it on top of the note beam.
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 77

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How do you adjust the velocity of notes in the Piano Roll Editor?
Answer
  • Drag notes vertically with the Pencil Tool
  • Drag notes vertically with the Pointer Tool
  • Drag notes vertically with the Velocity Tool
  • Click on a note and type in the value

Question 78

Question
How do you create notes in the Score Editor? (Check all that apply)
Answer
  • Drag notes from the Part Box
  • Click on the staff line with the Pointer Tool
  • Select a note in the Part Box and use the Pencil Tool to click on a staff line
  • Option-Click on a staff line

Question 79

Question
How do you adjust note lengths in the Score Editor? (Check all that apply)
Answer
  • Click on the note and drag to the right with the Pointer Tool.
  • Choose View > Duration Bars > All and drag the right edge of the duration bars
  • Choose Edit > Note Lengths > All and drag the right edge of the duration bars
  • Double click on a note and type in its value

Question 80

Question
How do you create a crescendo using note velocities?
Answer
  • In the Score Editor, use the Velocity Tool and draw a line across the notes
  • In the MIDI draw inspector, ensure that Velocity is chosen, and draw a line in the MIDI Draw area
  • In the MIDI Draw area, choose the Velocity Tool, and draw a line
  • In the MIDI draw inspector, ensure that Velocity is chosen, and draw a line in the Piano Roll

Question 81

Question
You can create control data by choosing a controller in the MIDI Draw inspector and using the Pencil Tool to create control points
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 82

Question
How do you curve lines in MIDI Draw?
Answer
  • Use the Pointer Tool and drag a line between two control points of different values
  • Use the Pencil Tool and drag a line between two control points of different values
  • Hold down Control-Shift and drag a line between two control points of different values
  • Hold down Control-Option and drag a line between two control points of different values

Question 83

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You can copy a section of automation in MIDI Draw by dragging a rectangle around control points to select them and Option-drag the selection
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 84

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Loops are automatically transposed to match the root note of the project's key signature and the tonality
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 85

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You can drag a region to the loop browser to create a loop as long as the number of beats in the region is an integer.
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 86

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Software (Green) loops can be applied as audio regions on audio tracks or as MIDI regions on software instrument tracks
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 87

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What flex mode is best for instruments that play chords?
Answer
  • Monophonic
  • Slicing
  • Polyphonic
  • Rhythmic

Question 88

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What color is time-compressed audio represented by in flex mode?
Answer
  • White
  • Red
  • Green
  • Blue

Question 89

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What tool in flex pitch adjusts the timbre of an instrument to sound more realistic (Useful if you are moving a note several semitones away from its original pitch)?
Answer
  • Fine Pitch
  • Vibrato
  • Pitch Drift
  • Formant Shift

Question 90

Question
You can detect the tempo of an audio region and apply it to your project by selecting the audio region in the workspace, and choosing Edit-> Tempo-> Adjust Tempo Using Beat Detection
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 91

Question
How do you create an Apple Loop that follows the project tempo?
Answer
  • Bounce a section of a region and import it into the Loops area
  • Drag any region to the Loops area
  • Drag a region to the Loop Browser that is a whole integer in length
  • Control-click on a region and choose Add to Loop Browser

Question 92

Question
How do you add tempo changes and curves?
Answer
  • In the Tracks Inspector, use quantization to set the tempo at any given marker point. Use the Fade-In/Out tool to set the curve.
  • In the Global Tracks and on the Tempo track, double-click away from the tempo line to create a tempo change. Drag the control point that appears at the vertical of your tempo change to the left and/or up to adjust the tempo curve
  • Show the Automation lines, choose Tempo in the pop up menu, and draw curves and control points using one of the automation modes

Question 93

Question
You can apply a tape or turntable speed-up or slow-down effect by adding a fade-in or fade-out, Ctrl-clicking it, and from the shortcut menu choosing speed up or slow down.
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 94

Question
How do you make one track follow the groove of another? (Check all that apply)
Answer
  • Enable Groove Track in Global Tracks
  • Select a master track by clicking over the track number
  • Check the boxes of other tracks you want to follow the master
  • Enable Flex Mode and choose Rhythmic
  • Quantize the region in the Region inspector

Question 95

Question
How do you turn on Flex editing? (Check all that apply)
Answer
  • F
  • Use the Flex button in the Tracks area menu bar and enable the Flex button on the desired track
  • Command-F
  • Choose a flex mode for the selected track in the Track Inspector

Question 96

Question
Assuming there are no pre-existing flex markers in the region, you can time stretch an audio region using the region's start and end points as boundaries by dragging the Flex Tool on the lower half of the waveform.
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 97

Question
How do you time stretch an audio region using the previous and next transient marker as boundaries?
Answer
  • Drag the Flex tool on the upper half of the waveform
  • Drag the Flex tool on the lower half of the waveform
  • Drag the Pointer tool on the lower half of the waveform
  • Drag the Pointer tool on the upper half of the waveform

Question 98

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Using Flex Pitch, where can you edit the pitch of notes inside an audio region? (Check all that apply)
Answer
  • Workspace
  • Audio File Editor
  • Audio Track Editor
  • Piano Roll

Question 99

Question
When Flex Pitch is turned on for a track, how do you quickly tune and entire audio region?
Answer
  • Select the audio region, rubber band the notes and drag to correct pitch
  • Select the audio region, and in the Region inspector, "set all to perfect pitch"
  • Select the audio region, Ctrl-click and "set all to perfect pitch" from the shortcut menu
  • Select the audio region in the Audio Tracks Editor and move all pitches by dragging to perfect pitch

Question 100

Question
How can you edit the pitch curve?
Answer
  • Drag using the Flex tool in the Workspace
  • Using Flex Pitch editing in the Audio Tracks Editor, drag the 6 hotspots around a note beam
  • Control-Click-drag on a note and adjust it's curve
  • Using the Flex tool in the Audio Tracks Editor, Command-Option-drag around a note beam

Question 101

Question
How do you use Solo mode? (Check all that apply)
Answer
  • Select the regions you want to solo and use Control-S
  • Select the regions you want to solo and use the solo button on the track header
  • Select the regions you want to solo and use S
  • Select the regions you want to solo, and in the control bar, click the Solo button

Question 102

Question
To add a marker place the playhead where you want to place the marker. In the Global Tracks area use the add button to add a marker.
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 103

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How do you pack regions into a folder?
Answer
  • Select the regions and use the Glue tool
  • Select the regions and go to Functions > Merge > Pack Folder
  • Select the regions and go to Functions-> Folder-> Pack Folder
  • Select the Regions and use Command-P

Question 104

Question
Use the disclosure triangle to open and close a folder.
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 105

Question
Select a cycle region and use Edit-> Cut/Insert Time-> Insert Silence at Locators to insert a new section into a project.
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 106

Question
How do you skip a section when playing a project?
Answer
  • Use a skip cycle by dragging left on the cycle area
  • Use a skip cycle by Ctrl-clicking the cycle area, and from the shortcut menu choose "Swap Left and Right Locator."
  • Add a marker and hide the regions below it by Control-clicking on the marker and selecting Hide

Question 107

Question
How can you remove background noise between performances on a track?
Answer
  • Use a High Pass filter on the Graphic Equalizer
  • Use a Compressor
  • Use Strip Silence and set the threshold
  • Use a Low Pass filter on the Graphic Equalizer

Question 108

Question
When Cycle mode is enabled, click a track header to select all the regions between the locators on the track to quickly select many small regions on the same track in a section of a song.
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 109

Question
How do you drag a region while ensuring that it retains its position relative to the bar lines?
Answer
  • In the Snap pop-up menu, make sure "Snap Regions to Relative Values" is selected and choose Smart.
  • In the Snap pop-up menu, make sure "Snap Regions to Relative Values" is selected and choose Bar.
  • In the Snap pop-up menu, make sure "Snap Regions to Relative Values" is selected and choose Tick.
  • In the Snap pop-up menu, make sure "Snap Regions to Relative Values" is selected and choose Measure.

Question 110

Question
Hold down the Solo or Mute button on a track header and drag up or down to quickly solo or mute multiple tracks in the Tracks area.
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 111

Question
What is the shortcut for repeating regions or events?
Answer
  • R
  • Command-R
  • Shift-Command-R
  • Option-R

Question 112

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What is the shortcut to unsolo all soloed tracks?
Answer
  • Shift-Option-S
  • Control-Option-Command-S
  • Command-S
  • S

Question 113

Question
How can you hide or show all plug-in windows?
Answer
  • W
  • V
  • P
  • U

Question 114

Question
Identify the 4 main instrumental sound components you can adjust to give each instrument its place in the mix. (Check all that apply)
Answer
  • Volume Level
  • Pan Position
  • Frequency Spectrum
  • Compression
  • Distance
  • Delays

Question 115

Question
You can use an aux send to process multiple sounds at one time with an effects plug-in by routing some of the signal from the channel strip.
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 116

Question
How can you make a group of tracks appear as one track in the Tracks area without changing its audio routing?
Answer
  • Use groups on the selected tracks' channel strips
  • Select the tracks and choose Track-> Create a Track Stack, and choose folder stack
  • Select the tracks and choose Track-> Create a Track Stack, and choose summing stack

Question 117

Question
How can you submix a group of tracks, for example, to process the submix with audio effect plug-ins?
Answer
  • Use groups on the selected tracks' channel strips
  • Select the tracks and choose Track-> Create a Track Stack, and choose folder stack
  • Select the tracks and choose Track-> Create a Track Stack, and choose summing stack

Question 118

Question
What does a compressor do?
Answer
  • Attenuates the signal so it doesn't go over a certain output ceiling
  • Attenuates the level of a signal after that signal goes over a certain threshold, giving the signal a more consistent level
  • Reduces the volume of a signal

Question 119

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What does a limiter do?
Answer
  • Attenuates the level of a signal after that signal goes over a certain threshold, giving the signal a more consistent level
  • Attenuates the signal so it doesn't go over a certain output ceiling
  • Limits the amount of audio that can be placed on a track

Question 120

Question
In the inspector, how can you choose which channel strip is displayed in the right channel strip?
Answer
  • Control-Click on the channel strip and choose from the pop up menu
  • Open the Mixer and drag the channel strip to the Inspector
  • By clicking on a send or output slot

Question 121

Question
How do you change the mono or stereo format of the input of a channel strip?
Answer
  • Tracks > Input > Choose Mono or Stereo
  • Click the Format button in the Input Slot
  • Bounce the track in place to get a new Stereo or Mono track

Question 122

Question
What is the shortcut for creating a track stack?
Answer
  • Control-Command-T
  • Option-Command-D
  • Command-T
  • Command-Shift-D

Question 123

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Logic Remote can connect to your Logic Project through bluetooth.
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 124

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In Logic Remote, even when the ruler is not showing, you can swipe the LCD display horizontally to show the ruler and relocate the playhead.
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 125

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In Logic Remote how do you stop Smart Help from updating when moving your mouse pointer on the Mac?
Answer
  • Click on the View Button and turn off Smart Help
  • Next to the View Button, tap the Lock Button
  • Turn off Smart Help on the Mac

Question 126

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In order for Logic Remote to work with the controllers on the Mac, you need to assign those controllers.
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 127

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You can create a control point on the automation curve by clicking on the automation curve.
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 128

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You can create a control point away from the automation curve by double-clicking the automation track using the Pointer tool.
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 129

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How can you quickly adjust the value of a parameter for given section of track?
Answer
  • Edit > Control Points > Adjust
  • Select the control points and move them
  • Use the Marquee tool to select the desired section and drag the selected automation curve up or down

Question 130

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You can trim an automation curve by placing the mouse pointer on the numerical display in the track header and dragging vertically.
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 131

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How can you create control points that snap to the grid?
Answer
  • Set the snapping to a specific value
  • In Automation preferences, adjust the Snap Offset. Choose "Snap Automation to Absolute Values," and double-click the automation track to insert control points on the grid
  • In Automation preferences, adjust the Snap Offset. Set the value for the automation, and double-click the automation track to insert control points on the grid

Question 132

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What differentiates Touch mode from Latch mode?
Answer
  • Latch mode snaps back to the previous value after release and Touch mode remains at the position of the last control point after release
  • Touch mode snaps back to the previous value after release and Latch mode remains at the position of the last control point after release
  • Touch mode overwrites the information as you adjust a parameter and Latch mode remains at the position of the last control point after release

Question 133

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You can only have one automation curve on any given track.
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 134

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How do you assign a controller knob to Automation Quick Access?
Answer
  • In the Automation preferences, turn on Automation Quick Access. Turn the knob of your choice up and down to assign it
  • In the Automation preferences, click on "Assign a Controller Knob." Click assign and turn the knob of your choice up and down to assign it
  • In the Automation preferences, turn on Automation Quick Access. An alert asks you to assign a controller knob. Click assign and turn the knob of your choice up and down to assign it

Question 135

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Automation Quick Access always controls the parameter displayed in the Automation Parameter pop-up menu on the selected track header.
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 136

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What is the shortcut for show/hide automation tracks?
Answer
  • A
  • Command-A
  • Shift-A
  • Option-A

Question 137

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How do you turn loops into real regions?
Answer
  • Option-L
  • Command-L
  • Control-L
  • Shift-Command-L