Project settings overview
In Logic Pro, you can define and modify settings that apply to individual projects. You do this in the Project Settings window. These settings are automatically saved with each project, which means that different projects can have different settings. You can save your preferred settings in a default template, which can be used to automatically create a new project when you open Logic Pro. You can also import project settings from other projects.
In some instances, you’ll see a button in the Project Settings window that links to related settings in the Preferences window, and vice versa. Both the Project Settings window and the Preferences window can be visible at the same time.
Open project settings
Choose File > Project Settings, then choose the name of the pane that you want to open.
Tip: You can access some project settings using local menus (in the Score Editor, for example), buttons in the control bar, or shortcut menus.