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But what if you have just played your perfect Track, it was your best performance and your producer yells out “Oh my God” with a very satisfied look on his face, and you forgot to hit the Record Button? You click a button and a new Region with what you have played magically appears … This magic button on the Control Bar is the “Capture Recording Button”.It is hidden by default from the Transport Controls section, so you have to make it visible first (unless you use the Key Command You don’t have to use the Capture Recording Button only as a safety net.Flash forward about 20 years and you've got an extremely powerful and affordable Digital Audio Workstation that's being used to create chart-topping hits by scores of major artists.Logic allows for easy, track-based automation providing control over almost all elements of an entire mix, including volume, panning, aux send levels, as well as all parameters of plugins and software instruments.Similar to the NSA (America’s “National Security Agency”), Logic Pro is always “listening”.Without hitting the Record Button, Logic Pro is secretly recording your MIDI and Audio signals that are connected to the application.

Audio recording was introduced to the original Notator Logic in 1994. While I can't confirm that the song was referring to the emergence of computer audio recording, I can confirm that it was a breakthrough year for Logic.All channels from a project may be rendered to a single or multiple audio files, as well as be burned directly to disc using the Bounce function.All parameters and automation are recorded in the bounce file.You only have to press the Record Button (or use a Key Command ) and Logic Pro records the incoming MIDI signals as a new MIDI Region on the Track’s Track Lane.This is standard procedure, nothing earth shattering here.

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