You can use numerical input in many areas of Logic Express. Double-clicking a numerical parameter value opens an input field. The existing value is highlighted, and ready to be overwritten by a new entry. This method is ideal for quickly setting a parameter value in the Inspector, or instantly navigating to a bar, when used in the Transport bar.
Double-click the Position display in the Transport bar.
Type in 45, followed by the Return key.
The playhead moves to the beginning of bar 45.
You can also use the mouse to make a partial selection in an input field, so that only the highlighted part is overwritten. As long as the input field is open, the computer keyboard can only be used for data entry, and cannot be used for key commands (with the exception of the main menu functions).
Using numerical input, you can type in:
In many parts of Logic Express, mathematical operations can also be used to change values. For example:
You can subtract from the existing value by entering “−5.”
You can sum two values by entering “38+17.”
You can multiply two values by entering “7*8.”
You can divide two values by entering “80/5.”