[mac4theblind] GB6 keyboard shortcuts.
- From: "Bubba" <bubbathegeek@xxxxxxxxx>
- To: <mac4theblind@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 27 Oct 2010 19:18:09 -0400
FYI, GarageBand 6 Keyboard shortcuts Use these keyboard shortcuts to play, navigate, and edit in GarageBand 6. ACTION SHORTCUT Playback and navigation Start or stop playback Space bar Go to beginning Return or Z or Home Go to end Option-Z or End Go to beginning of selected region Control-Home or Function-Control-Left Arrow Go to end of selected region Control-End or Function-Control-Right Arrow Move back in smaller increments Left Arrow Move forward in smaller increments Right Arrow Move back in larger increments Option-Left Arrow Move forward in larger increments Option-Right Arrow Move back by the visible width of the timeline Page Up Move forward by the visible width of the timeline Page Down Zoom in Option-Control-Left Arrow Zoom out Option-Control-Right Arrow Tracks Create a new track Command-Option-N Create a new basic track Command-Shift-N Duplicate the selected track Command-D Delete the selected track Command-Delete Select the next higher track Up Arrow Select the next lower track Down Arrow Mute/Unmute the selected track M Solo/Unsolo the selected track S Lock/Unlock the selected track L Turn monitoring on or off for the selected track I Turn monitoring on for the selected track, without feedback protection Control-I Show/Hide the automation curves for the selected track A Unmute all tracks Option-click Mute button Unsolo all tracks Option-click Solo button Show/Hide the Record Enable buttons for all tracks Command-Option-R Show/Hide the Track Lock buttons for all tracks Command-Option-L Show/Hide the Monitor buttons for all Real Instrument tracks Command-Option-I Show/Hide the arrangement track Command-Shift-A Show/Hide the master track Command-B Show/Hide the podcast track Command-Shift-B Show/Hide the movie track Command-Option-B Track Info pane Show/Hide the Track Info pane Command-I Select the next higher category or instrument Up Arrow (when the Track Info pane is open and a category or instrument is selected) Select the next lower category or instrument Down Arrow (when the Track Info pane is open and a category or instrument is selected) Move from instrument list to category list Left Arrow (when the Track Info pane is open and an instrument is selected) Move from category list to instrument list Right Arrow (when the Track Info pane is open and a category is selected) Choose the next higher guitar preset Comma (,) Choose the next lower guitar preset Period (.) Learning to play Automatic notation view 1 (in a Learn to Play lesson) Show chord names 2 (in a Learn to Play lesson) Show chord grids (guitar) / Show left hand only (piano) 3 (in a Learn to Play lesson) Show tablature (guitar) / Show right hand only (piano) 4 (in a Learn to Play lesson) Show tablature and standard notation (guitar) / Show both hands (piano) 5 (in a Learn to Play lesson) Hide notation 0 (in a Learn to Play lesson) Easy View (piano) E (in a Learn to Play lesson) Full-page notation F (in the Play chapter of a Learn to Play lesson) Show/Hide the instrument S (in a Learn to Play lesson) Editing and arranging Undo Command-Z Redo Command-Shift-Z Cut Command-X Copy Command-C Paste Command-V Delete Delete Select all Command-A Split selected region at the playhead Command-T Join selected regions Command-J Loop selected region continuously O Turn snap to grid on/off Command-G Show/Hide alignment guides Command-Shift-G Lock automation curves to regions Command-Option-A Show/Hide Flex edits for the selected track Command-Option-E Delete selected arrangement region and its timeline content Command-Option-Delete Delete selected region and fill in time Control-Delete Add marker to podcast/movie track P Turn ducking on/off Command-Shift-R Recording Start or stop recording R Turn the cycle region on/off C Turn the metronome on/off Command-U Turn count-in on/off Command-Shift-U Score view Move selected notes to previous grid position Left Arrow Move selected notes to next grid position Right Arrow Move selected notes back one measure Shift-Left Arrow Move selected notes forward one measure Shift-Right Arrow Transpose selected notes up one semitone Up Arrow Transpose selected notes down one semitone Down Arrow Transpose selected notes up one octave Shift-Up Arrow Transpose selected notes down one octave Shift-Down Arrow Print notation (must be visible in editor) Command-P Adjusting master volume Raise master volume Command-Up Arrow Lower master volume Command-Down Arrow Showing windows and editors Show/Hide the Track Info pane Command-I Show/Hide the editor Command-E Show/Hide the loop browser Command-L Preview the selected loop Command-Shift-L Show/Hide the Media Browser Command-R Show/Hide the onscreen keyboard Command-K Show/Hide the Musical Typing window Command-Shift-K Show/Hide the Notepad Command-Option-P Minimize the GarageBand window Command-M LCD mode commands Show Chord mode in LCD Command-F (with Software Instrument track selected) Show Tuner mode in LCD Command-F (with Real Instrument/Electric Guitar track selected) Show Time mode in LCD Command-Shift-F Show Measures mode in LCD Command-Option-F Show Tempo mode in LCD Command-Control-F File menu commands Create a new project Command-N Open an existing project Command-O Close the current project Command-W Save the current project Command-S Save As Command-Shift-S Print notation (must be visible in editor) Command-P Application menu commands Show GarageBand preferences Command-Comma (,) Hide GarageBand Command-H Hide other applications Command-Option-H Quit GarageBand Command-Q Help menu commands Open GarageBand Help Command-Question Mark (?) Sign, Bubba
- [mac4theblind] Re: GB6 keyboard shortcuts.
- From: John Panarese
- [mac4theblind] Re: GB6 keyboard shortcuts.
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