Recording Tempo Changes in Logic Pro

All tempo changes made when Logic Pro is in record mode are automatically stored as tempo events on the Tempo track. These events can be created with external MIDI controllers, the Environment tempo fader, or external synchronization signals. You can edit recorded tempo events in the Tempo track or using one of the tempo editors—Tempo List, Tempo Operations window, Tempo Interpreter window, or Tempo fader.

To enable tempo change recording
  1. Open the Recording project settings by doing one of the following:

    • Choose File > Project Settings > Recording (or use the Open Recording Project Settings key command, default assignment:  Option-*).

    • Click the Settings button in the Arrange toolbar, and choose Recording from the pop-up menu.

    • Control-click (or right-click) the Record button in the Transport bar, and choose Recording Settings from the pop-up menu.

  2. Select the “Allow tempo change recording” checkbox.

    Figure. Recording project settings pane.