Pulse-code modulated audio. This is simply uncompressed digital audio, including AIFFs, WAVs, and SDII files.
A tool used to draw various types of information in an editor.
A small software application that adds functions to a main program (in this case, Logic). Logic's plug-ins are typically audio effects processors.
A general term for the mouse pointer. (Logic documentation sometimes refers to the Arrow tool as the Pointer tool.)
The positions in HyperDraw and in the automation editors that demarcate the spots where data manipulation begins or ends.
User settings that are applied to all Logic songs.
A low-resolution and tightly compressed version of a high-resolution movie that places less strain on your computer as you score.
A technique that allows you to interrupt playback and record audio as the sound is playing. It can be automated in Logic.