Consolidating files in logic 9

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Scott shows how to use samples and Apple Loops, and conform their time and pitch to better fit a song.

Next, learn about editing and arranging techniques for both audio and MIDI data.

Clean Up takes into account the project currently loaded, and all other Logic Pro project files in the project folder.

Only files that are not used by any of these projects are displayed in the Clean Up list.

Finally, discover how to bounce down a final master and export and archive your session.

Whether you're a producer, a sound engineer, or a hobbyist, this course can help you become proficient in Pro Tools 11.

In this course, Scott Hirsch takes you over the Logic learning curve, showing how to compose, record, edit, and mix great sounding tracks.

First, get comfortable with the setup and workflow, and then learn how to record audio, MIDI, and virtual instruments.

The name and path of the file to be deleted is shown in the last two columns.This is great for a variety of reasons, such as: cross-platform work (ex.Live users who want to work with a Logic user), for when collaborators don’t have the same plug-ins, and for when the project owner doesn’t want to share too much information about how he or she produces but is still interested in collaborating.Pro Tools is the industry-standard software for music and post-production.Get started from the ground up in this course with producer Skye Lewin, as he shows you how to record, edit, mix, and master audio and MIDI in Pro Tools.

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