Use the Windows menu to open all but two of Logic's editing windows. The Audio window and Sample Editor are located in the Audio menu.
The Track Mixer is a virtual mixing console used to position Logic's tracks "in the mix." Using this window, you can change a track's volume or panorama (pan) position, insert DSP effects like reverb or dynamic range compression, and mute and solo individual tracks.
The Event List presents a catalog of song events, such as MIDI note events or Region start events. This editor replaces the graphic interface of the other editors with a straightforward list displaying a progression of song events over time.
The Score Editor uses traditional music notation (staves and notes) as an interface for programming and editing MIDI Regions.
The Hyper Editor displays control-change messages, but it can also be used to program drum sequences.
The Matrix Editor displays notes as beams stretched across a piano keyboard, and it shows the length, position, and velocity of each note in a MIDI Region.
The Environment is a virtual representation of your recording studio. When properly configured, Logic's Environment contains a separate Instrument Object to represent each MIDI device in your studio.
The Audio window holds and organizes all of your song's audio files.
The Sample Editor is used to adjust the lengths and anchor points of your song's Audio Regions.
Screensets are customized window combinations assigned to your keyboard's number keys.