Hello. I have used Logic on and off fro a few years at the different studios I have worked at. I am currently working on a project that is mostly based on Logic. I normally use Protools, Cubase and Ableton. Forgive me if these seem like dumb questions, but I was hoping that some of the experienced Logic users on this forum could give me some advice, instead of me having to trawl through the manual! Ok, so first off, the blocks of audio (regions). Why is it that when I cut and then move a region on top of a part of an exisiting region, and then click on the existing region, it appears on top of the one I just moved! This is very confusing for me, as in all the other DAW's that I use, if I move a region partly on top of another then that is what will be there, not the one underneath! Is there a preference in Logic to make it behave in this way? Also, the system I am currently using takes an age to boot up. I read online that this might be caused by Logic having to load EXS samples. If this is correct, is there an easy fix for this? Thanks in advance!