Importing elements from project to project


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Importing elements from project to project

With Logic, it's easy and fun to work on multiple versions of a song. I'm talking about remixes, and alternate versions, dance mixes, that sort of thing. If you're working this way, you might find that you want to import elements from one project into another. Logic 9 has some new features that make this simple and very powerful. Here is a song, Nathaniel. As you can see, from the Global Tracks View of a tempo, it has been beat mapped. This means the timing grid in Logic has been matched to the bands performance. I am going to import the Bridge section we worked on in a different version of this song into our current version.

Let's open the Media Browser. Make sure the Browser tab is checked and we see we have an Alternate Version. If we double-click on this, we'll get some of our Import options. Here, we see a list of all the tracks that are in our Alternate Version. We get to choose different elements from these tracks that we'd like to import into our current Log...

Importing elements from project to project
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Importing elements from project to project provides you with in-depth training on Audio + Music. Taught by Scott Hirsch as part of the Logic Pro 9 Essential Training

Subject:
Audio + Music
Software:
Logic Pro
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