I have a folder full of Logic projects on my local drive. Finder offers no way to get to it. It's a constant frustration. I can get to iCloud, Downloads, Applications -- but not my own files on my own disk drive.
I understand that Apple has strict usability standards, and I respect that, but is there any way to work around them and conveniently access my own files only own computer, other than a keyboard shortcut that I'll forget and have to Google every time? (It doesn't work anyway -- the first time I tried, there was no folder named "Logic" in whatever unknowable scope it's searching in; the second time I told it to open "Logic", it opened Downloads. I can take a joke as well as the next guy, but sometimes I just want to get to my files).
Is it possible to create a link to a folder on the desktop, or something functionally similar? Something I can easily find when I want it, and click on it?
To clarify: I'm coming at this from a Windows/UNIX based expectation that all the folders are in a unified tree that's rooted somewhere, and you use one application (bash, DOS prompt, Windows Explorer, whatever) to navigate that whole tree: Some branches of the tree are on the local disk and "real", others are "virtual", but they all have a chain of parents starting at the same root.
But I'm starting to think I may need to learn a different way of thinking about this stuff in order to use MacOS.
The actual problem I have here is: I shared three Logic projects via iCloud with a pianist. We recorded many takes of his parts at his apartment. Then I needed to copy the projects from iCloud back to my local disk. "Open three projects in Logic and Save As for each one" is a very slow and awkward way to copy three files from one folder to another (or archive, or whatever a "single file" Logic project actually is).