An often asked question is how to have Logic re-apply colors automatically to existing tracks, just as it does when you add new tracks. At this time, it’s not a built in feature.
This KM macro will run over all your tracks and apply colors from the Logic color picker, one by one.
Macro trigger: I have now defined a specific trigger. You should add you own that fits your flow (keyboard shortcut, midi, streamdeck what not.)
Requirements and limitations:
- Logic must be running.
- Will currently work on up to 96 tracks. The macro will currently stop after applying a color to the 96th track. I plan to extend this to any number of tracks.
- To identify when the macro has reached the last track, a test is made between “previous” track name and “current” track name. If they’re equal, the macro stops. This does mean, however, that if you have two tracks that share the same name, the macro will stop. I might update this macro to get around this in a future update.
- Logic 10.7.1
- macOS Monterey 12.0.1
Please do not hesitate to post suggestions or issues with this macro, I’ll look into it when I can.
Logic - Re-apply colors to all tracks.kmmacros (55.0 KB)