Logic Pro X Practice Exam

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Questions to familiarize yourself with the Logic Pro X basic exam (In progress).

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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?
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?
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?
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?
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?
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