Exploring Logic's export options


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Exploring Logic's export options

Logic does its best to play nice with other programs. As much as I love Logic, I also use Reason, Pro tools and Ableton Live. In the File menu, there's plenty of ways to get your sounds out of Logic and into other programs. Let's check some of them out. Let's start with a MIDI Region. How about Dark Pad ModW? Remember, this Region contains MIDI data. So, to export a Region, select the Region you want to export, like we just did, go to File menu > Export. Here we can choose to export the Region as an Audio File.

This will export in AIFF or WAV audio file, as played through the software instrument and plug-ins on that track. You can change the file Format or the Bit Depth, or even Normalize or Overload Protect to ensure a clean sounding file for export. This is a cool way you can get a sound of Logic's instruments so you can use this option to make the MIDI go through one of Logic's sounds and then import it to another program. We'll get a Region of that link, but it&...

Exploring Logic's export options
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Exploring Logic's export options provides you with in-depth training on Audio + Music. Taught by Scott Hirsch as part of the Logic Pro 9 Essential Training

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Audio + Music
Software:
Logic Pro
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