Using Apple Loops


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Using Apple Loops

For those of you who may not be familiar with Apple Loops, let's spend a few minutes examining how they work and gain an understanding of how important they can be to the remixing process. I hit the B key, that opens up the Audio Bin, and you'll see that there are three other menu tabs, Loops, Library and Browser. I click on the Loops tab and basically this is where the Apple Loops live. All I need to do is choose the characteristics of the loops that I am looking for. This is the filter section of the Apple Loops search area.

I'm looking for Beats and up pops a huge list of drum loops. I'll sort them from highest BPM to lowest. And you can see just how much content comes with Logic right out of the box. These are all drum loops, and I will explain the difference between the blue and the green loops in a moment, all the way down to 80 BPM all the way up to 160. Over here in the Beats column, 16 beats basically means it's four measures. There is four beats per measure,...

Using Apple Loops
Video duration: 6m 8s 3h 19m Intermediate

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Using Apple Loops provides you with in-depth training on Audio + Music. Taught by Josh Harris as part of the Remixing a Song in Logic Pro

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Audio + Music
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Logic Pro
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