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By David Franz |

How to create a custom Apple Loop in Logic Pro 9

Now that Logic Pro is for sale in Apple’s App Store (and for a much lower price than it was previously), there’s been a rush on users purchasing Logic and upgrading to Logic from GarageBand.

While both GarageBand and Logic have always offered access to the standard Apple Loops library as well as additional Jam Packs, with Logic Pro 9 users also get the added benefit of creating their own Apple Loops, complete with descriptors and search tags that make any hand-made Apple Loop completely searchable in Logic’s Loop Browser.

In Logic Pro 9 Essential Training, author Scott Hirsch demonstrates exactly how to create your own Apple Loop, or Apple Loop library, from any audio files in your Logic project using the Apple Loops Utility.

If you’re a new Logic Pro user, or are considering upgrading from GarageBand, check out Scott Hirsch’s Logic Pro 9 Essential Trainingto learn more about recording, editing, and mixing music with Logic Pro.

Interested in more?• The full Logic Pro 9 Essential Training course • All audio courses on lynda.com • All Logic Pro courses on lynda.com • All GarageBand courses on lynda.com • All courses from Scott Hirsch on lynda.com

Suggested courses to watch next:Virtual Instruments in Logic ProAudio Mixing BootcampRemixing a Song in Logic ProFoundations of Audio: Compression and Dynamic Processing • Pro Tools 9 Essential Training


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