Logic Remote on iPhone Live Loops overview
With Live Loops, you can arrange and play with musical ideas in real time in a grid of cells, each containing a musical phrase or loop. You can start and stop cells freely while keeping everything in sync with the beat and the project tempo. Each grid row uses the same signal routing and channel strip settings of the adjacent track in the Tracks area. Cells in grid columns, called scenes, can be triggered together to act as musical sections. An extensive set of parameters gives you full control over playback, recording, and looping, so that you can spontaneously take your music in new directions.
You can control many Live Loops functions in Logic Remote. You can start and stop cells, queue cells, edit cells and scenes, record to cells, use track controls in the grid, and record a Live Loops performance to the Tracks area.
Show the Live Loops grid
With your device in landscape orientation, tap the View button, then tap Live Loops.
For complete information about using Live Loops in Logic Pro, see the Live Loops chapter in the Logic Pro X User Guide. You can also view Smart Help for Live Loops in Logic Remote.