Control Surfaces Support Guide for Logic Pro
- Control surfaces overview
- Mackie Control overview
- Assignment buttons overview
- Assignment views
- Function keys
- Modifier buttons
- Automation buttons
- Group button
- Utilities buttons
- Cursor and zoom keys
- Jog/Scrub wheel
- Programmable user modes
- Foot switches
- Assignments overview
- Display buttons table
- Channel strips assignments table
- Assignment buttons table
- Assign Function keys table
- Global View buttons table
- Modifier buttons table
- Automation buttons table
- Utilities buttons table
- Transport buttons table
- Cursor keys table
- Jog/Scrub wheel assignments table
- External inputs table
- iControl overview
- iControl Assignment buttons
- iControl Arrow buttons
- iControl channel strip controls
- iControl Mixer and Channel view
- iControl jog wheel
- iControl transport controls
- iControl locators with Cycle mode
- iControl Master fader
- Euphonix device setup
- Mirror mixer tracks on Euphonix display
- MC Pro Soft Key assignments setup
- Euphonix Read and Write automation modes
- Euphonix fader strips
- Control of plug-ins with Euphonix devices
- Euphonix Logic Pro features
- HUI setup
- HUI assignments overview
- HUI assign controls
- HUI fader bank buttons
- HUI window controls
- HUI keyboard shortcuts
- HUI channel strips
- HUI DSP controls
- HUI function keys
- HUI global controls
- HUI automation controls
- HUI status/group controls
- HUI editing controls
- HUI time display
- HUI numeric keypad controls
- HUI transport controls
- HUI cursor buttons
- HUI jog wheel
- HUI foot switches
- Novation Launchpad setup
- Launchpad multi-device support
- Novation Launchpad buttons overview
- Change mix parameters on the Launchpad Pro, Launchpad X, and Launchpad Mini MK3
- DM1000 Setup
- DM1000 Assignments overview
- DM1000 Display Access controls
- DM1000 Aux Select controls
- DM1000 Encoder and Fader Mode controls
- DM1000 LCD controls
- DM1000 Data entry controls
- DM1000 Channel strips
- DM1000 Stereo channel strip control
- DM1000 Assignable keys
- DM2000 Setup
- DM2000 Assignments overview
- DM2000 Matrix Select controls
- DM2000 Aux Select controls
- DM2000 Encoder and Fader Mode controls
- DM2000 Display Access controls
- DM2000 Effect/Plug-in controls
- DM2000 LCD display
- DM2000 Track Arming controls
- DM2000 Automix controls
- DM2000 Locator controls
- DM2000 Transport and cursor controls
- DM2000 Channel strips
- DM2000 Assignable keys
Mackie Control Plug-in Mixer view in Logic Pro
In this view, you can edit the plug-ins associated with a particular Insert slot for all channels. The mode display shows P1 to P9, or 10 to 16, indicating the selected Insert slot number.
Note: If a software instrument channel is selected, the display shows P1 to P9 and 10 to 15.
In Plug-in Mixer view:
The upper row of the LCD shows channel strip names.
The lower row of the LCD shows the currently selected plug-in for the active Insert slot. Muted plug-ins are shown with an asterisk (*) that precedes the plug-in name.
Rotating the V-Pots preselects a new plug-in. The plug-in name flashes until confirmed by pressing the V-Pot button.
Rotating another channel’s V-Pot cancels any earlier preselection, and starts preselection on the newly selected channel strip.
Pressing a V-Pot button:
Confirms or activates the preselected plug-in (assuming that you’ve made your preselection by rotating the V-Pot).
Opens a plug-in window, if none is open. If a plug-in window is open and Link mode is turned on, the selection of another plug-in replaces the existing plug-in window.
Switches to Plug-in Edit view.
The Cursor Up/Cursor Down buttons change the currently displayed plug-in Insert slot (1 to 15).
Pressing a V-Pot or MUTE button while the SHIFT button is held down mutes or unmutes the plug-in.
Note: Ensure that the ZOOM button isn’t active when using the cursor buttons.
Remove a plug-in
Preselect the “--” value (by rotating the V-Pot fully counterclockwise), then press the V-Pot button of the appropriate Insert slot.
The Mackie Control does not switch to Plug-in Edit view, and no plug-in window opens when the “--” value is chosen. If a plug-in window is open, it closes (if Link mode is inactive).
Download the guides:
Logic Pro User Guide: Apple Books | PDF
Logic Pro Instruments: Apple Books | PDF
Logic Pro Effects: Apple Books | PDF
Control Surfaces Support Guide: Apple Books | PDF