Hello everyone. New to the base, not new to Logic or music creation. While I've been at this for years, I'm just a hobbyist, having fun. Before going Mac five years ago, I used Cubase, and there was this thing I used to do with software bass tracks that I wondered if Logic could also do. I have not found the way. Bear with me while I explain: I used to load a bass (or any software instrument, really), hit record and then play a single note on my midi keyboard, to get the timing and length of the notes that I wanted for the track just right. I stopped recording, and then I was able in Cubase to somehow go back, and toggle a switch that would allow me to select the first note, and then play the *correct* notes for the track in sequence to complete the track. Cubase would automatically move to the next note and I had all the time I needed to find it, press the key, and the only thing that would be modified from original run through was the note itself, not the length or position in the piano roll. Does that make sense? So in short there were two run throughs to complete the track: First, record any note over and over with the intention of getting the timing and length of the note. Second, play the notes which then move the original notes into the right position. It sound convoluted, I know, but I was never very good at playing things up to speed and this made it super easy. I wondered if anyone could tell me if Logic can do this. Thanks in advance! m.