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Q1. You recorded a MIDI bassline on a software instrument track containing an ES2 synth. It is not perfectly in tie. What can you use to alter the timing of your part?

  • Arpeggiator
  • the Flex tool
  • beat mapping
  • quantization


Q2. Which button open the left window panes in the Arrange window?

  • Library and Inspector
  • Step Input Keyboard
  • Smart Controls
  • Loop Browser


Q3. When you drag and drop an audio file from the Finder to the empty space in the main window, what happens?

  • You software instrument tracks auto-mute
  • A new audio track is created named after that file
  • A warning dialog box asks where you want to save this file
  • Logic will not allow you to do this


Q4. You are using a lot of plug-ins and are running out of processing power in your mix, Besides printing the audio of the track, how can you preserve processing power on tracks wit plug-ins that do not need to be automated?

  • Restart your computer
  • Save more often
  • Select Track header components > show freeze and freeze any tack on which you do not need to automate plug-ins
  • lower the sample rate and bit depth of your project, and upsample when you are done mixing

Q5. What is an indicator that your show advanced tools check vox is not selected, resulting in beginner mode?

  • The sides of the main windows resemble wood panels
  • The toolbar is a light shade of green
  • The main windows is a light shade of green
  • The project name contains the extra extension .beg

Source: This is in practice mode

Q6.You would like to use your cycle range to skip over a section instead of looping it. How do you do this?

  • This is possible only from the Event List
  • Go to Edit > Trim > Outside Locators
  • Press Command + Shift + S
  • Control + Click the cycle range and select Swap Left and Right Locators


Q7.Why would you create an external MIDI track?

  • to initiate an advanced surround sound mix
  • to communicate with another studio outside your current Wi-Fi network
  • to play an attached hardware sampler instrument from a MIDI sequence on your track
  • to enable higher sample rate audio recording


Q8. What does this image show?


  • Drummer track
  • External MIDI track
  • Audio track
  • software instrument track

Q9. You are ready to bounce your two-hour movie mix, but you want to bounce the audio as a WAV and an MP3 at the same time. Can this be done?

  • Yes, choose PCM and MP3 destination in the File > bounce > project or section
  • No, this cannot be done
  • Yes, set up two separate output faders with the different destinations set in the output
  • You have to bounce a second time to make a separate file


Q10. Why is important to save your project before recording audio?

  • to have access to advanced recording modes
  • to make sure that the Record button can be enabled
  • so that the recorded files go into a project folder associated with your project
  • to engage cycle mode more easily

Q11. Is this image, what order dows the signal flow through the plug-ins?


  • first the reverb, then the auxiliary
  • first the compressor, then the EQ
  • it depends on how you set up your audio settings in Project Settings
  • first the EQ, then the compressor

Q12. What is the default region length when you open a Drummer track into an empty project?

  • Drummer dows not populate its track with any regions by default
  • the default is the length of your timeline until the end marker
  • The default is eight bars
  • It changes depending on the Drummer personality


Q13. What happens when you create a send on an available bus?

  • That audio leaves your interface to an outboard piece of gear
  • You get an automatic reverb send
  • An aux tack with its input set to that bus is automatically created
  • You get an automatic delay send


Q14. When you load up a patch, what happens?

  • The session automatically saves
  • The channel strip is loaded with any of the following: plug-ins, aux sends, MIDI FX, and/or software instruments
  • The main window is saved as a screenset
  • The environment window opens


Q15. You want to set a range of playback in the main windows and have the playhead stop. What tool can you make a selection with to make this happen?

  • The pointer tool
  • The marquee tool
  • The flex tool
  • The pencil tool


Q16. What dows this image show?


  • low-end booster
  • audio track
  • external MIDI track
  • software instrument track

Q17. When opening Logic Pro X, you are presented by default with the Choose a project dialog box, how do you change this default behavior?

  • Click Window > Open Project Audio
  • Press Shift+Command+4
  • Click File > Project Settings > General and select Song Startup Action
  • Click Preference > General > Project Handling > Startup Action and select the action of you choice


Q18. When you open and work in a stock project template, such as Electronic what happens when you click Save?

  • You will lose your changes
  • You are focred to use a new project name, since you cannot save over a template.
  • You can save over the template
  • You create a new template


Q19. How do you split a region in the location where your play head is?

  • Press Command+T
  • Select Window > Split Region
  • Press Command+R
  • all of these answers


Q20. In Logic Pro, which of the following is NOT a MIDI event type?

  • Note On
  • Program Change
  • Audio Bounce
  • Control Change

Q21. What is the primary purpose of the Environment window in Logic Pro?

  • To record audio tracks
  • To create custom MIDI processing and routing setups
  • To apply audio effects
  • To edit audio waveforms

Q22. Which tool in Logic Pro is used for time-stretching and pitch-shifting audio regions?

  • Scissors tool
  • Pencil tool
  • Eraser tool
  • Flex tool

Q23. Which feature in Logic Pro is used to group tracks together for simultaneous editing or processing?

  • Solo
  • Mute
  • Bounce
  • Track Stacks

Q24. What is the purpose of the Score Editor in Logic Pro?

  • To mix audio tracks
  • To edit MIDI note events
  • To create and edit music notation
  • To record automation

Q25. In Logic Pro, which feature is used for automating changes in a track's volume, pan, or other parameters over time?

  • Cycle region
  • Step Sequencer
  • Automation
  • Audio Units

Q26. Which Logic Pro feature is used for creating and organizing different versions of a project for experimentation or collaboration?

  • Marker track
  • Track Header
  • Alternatives
  • Smart Controls

Q27. What type of audio file format is commonly used for exporting and sharing audio projects in Logic Pro?

  • DOCX
  • MP4
  • WAV
  • AIFF

Q28. Which Logic Pro feature is used to quantize the timing of MIDI note events to a specific grid or musical time division?

  • Take folders
  • Arrangement markers
  • MIDI Quantize
  • Project alternatives

Q29 Which tool is used for slicing and editing audio regions in Logic Pro?

  • Brush tool
  • Text tool
  • Move tool
  • Marquee tool