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Is there a way to navigate though an audio region's transience points (as set by some threshold I assume)? I've been getting more and more into Logic lately, and as a PT user, I've grown accustomed to 'tabbing' to transience. Effectively this lets me select an audio region and hit tab to successively navigate the playhead to each transient. Once I get the one I want, I can trim the front/back of the region to that point or split the region at that point. Is there an equivalent functionality in Logic? I would think that by trimming the front of a region to the desired transient and having grid mode active that aligning regions to the grid would be much simpler than what I am doing now...zooming in and looking at the wave forms. Thanks!
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Check out these key commands (but ignore the keys they are assigned to, they are not the defaults)... particularly these in bold...

 

BTW, the easiest way to find transient related key commands is to go to the Key Command window (Option K), and search for 'transient':

 

 

-------- Global Commands --------

Forward by Transient

Rewind by Transient

 

-------- Arrange and Various Editors --------

← •Select Previous Region/Event, or Set Marquee End (or Point/Other Side) to Previous Transient

→ •Select Next Region/Event, or Set Marquee End (or Point/Other Side) to Next Transient

⇧← •Toggle Previous Region/Event, or Set Marquee Start (or Extend Point) to Previous Transient

⇧→ •Toggle Next Region/Event, or Set Marquee Start (or Extend Point) to Next Transient

-------- Arrange Window --------

Move Selection with First Transient to Nearest Beat

⌥7 Slice at Transient Markers

⌃← Trim Region Start to Previous Transient

⌃→ Trim Region Start to Next Transient

⌃⌥⇧⌘← Trim Region End to Previous Transient

⌃⌥⇧⌘→ Trim Region End to Next Transient

-------- Sample Edit Window --------

⌃⌥⇧⌘↖ Go to Previous Transient

⌃⌥⇧⌘↘ Go to Next Transient

⇧← Set Selection Start To Previous Transient

⇧→ Set Selection Start To Next Transients

⌥← Set Selection End To Previous Transient

⌥→ Set Selection End To Next Transient

⌥⇧← Selection Start and End to Previous Transient

⌥⇧→ Selection Start and End to Next Transient

⌃⌥⇧← Selection Start and End to Previous Transient and Play

⌃⌥⇧→ Selection Start and End to Next Transient and Play

Set Region Anchor to Previous Transient

Set Region Anchor to Next Transient

⌘T Toggle Transient Editing Mode

⌘+ Increase Number of Transients

⌘- Decrease Number of Transients

D Detect Transients of Audio File

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