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Is it possible to have Controller Assignments presets in Logic Pro?


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Hi, I am trying to find a way to do kinda Controller Assignments Presets in Logic Pro to map certain button/knob on my controller to some functions in Logic Pro for some Live Looping performance like Record Cell, Select Next Track etc.. but I don't want to use these assignments in every project. So is there a way to save the assignments and reload them when needed without having to reconfigure them all?

 

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Hi, I am trying to find a way to do kinda Controller Assignments Presets in Logic Pro to map certain button/knob on my controller to some functions in Logic Pro for some Live Looping performance like Record Cell, Select Next Track etc.. but I don't want to use these assignments in every project. So is there a way to save the assignments and reload them when needed without having to reconfigure them all?

Yes, you can use modes for that: https://support.apple.com/guide/logicpro/zones-and-modes-ctls71c30a1c/mac

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Controller assignments are effectively "preferences" and thus are global, not project-specific.

 

You could save different copies of the CS preference file, but as David says, you can use the controller assignments features to group and cluster your assignments and only make a certain set active when you enter a certain mode (eg from a particular button press on your controller).

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