A small MIDI controller on your screen, activated by pressing the Caps Lock key on your computer keyboard.
A window function that enables you to see the positions of recorded events in a song as it plays. The Catch button shows a man running.
Short for Compact DiscAudio; the current standard for stereo music CDs: 44.1 kHz sampling rate and 16-bit depth.
A path used to transport a signal.
A virtual representation of a channel strip on a mixing console. Each channel strip contains a number of controls, such as a Mute button, volume fader, pan/balance knob, output selector, and Bus or Insert slots.
Channel Strip settings
Plug-ins that combine to make a certain sound.
To feed too much signal through a channel, producing a distorted sound. Audio Objects have a clip detector.
continuous control number (cc#)
The number assigned by the MIDI specification regarding audio events or software functions such as volume, modulation, or sustain.
The standardized audio driver for a computer running Mac OS X 10.2 or higher. Allows the connection of all audio interfaces that are Core Audio compatible.
The standardized MIDI driver for a computer running Mac OS X 10.2 or higher. Allows the connection of all MIDI devices that are Core MIDI compatible.
To bring the volume of one audio file up while simultaneously lowering the volume of another file in a smooth transition.
A crosshair-shaped tool used in the Hyper Editor to select and adjust MIDI events.
A mode in Logic in which you can repeat a section of a song. To turn on the Cycle mode, click the Cycle button in the Transport window. Two locators define a cycle Region.