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Logic X how to slice a region at 'non-rounded marker' points?

Discussion in 'Logic Pro X' started by peterspiano, Feb 28, 2016.

  1. peterspiano

    peterspiano Member

    hey Logic experts, beginners question if I may:

    anyone know how to cut a region at the exact spots where all “non-rounded markers” are found? (i.e. not to have to go through with my scissors tool and cut manually at each spot, but rather to have some way to do this with one key command?)

    many thanks for your time,


    ps. i'm using logic x
  3. Eli

    Eli Senior member

    This is the key command you're looking for (see screenshot)

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  4. peterspiano

    peterspiano Member

    this will work! it's not doing them all at one time but pretty close to it.. thanks eli! :)
  5. volovicg

    volovicg Senior member

    Posted this to your same question on the other forum.....
    I am not aware of a one command key way to do this.... But here is an approach.

    Drag the marker to the cycle area, select the region and use control+comand+t to cut the regions by marker. You will have to do this for each marker.
    cut regions at non rounded markers.GIF
  6. peterspiano

    peterspiano Member

    hey volovicg, thanks for your reply here AND in the other forum :) (i did stagger the posts, so to hopefully aviod reposting..but it happened anyways..) thanks both again for your suggestions!

    I've opted for the "toggling from one marker to the next and the 'cmd t' method" cheers!

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