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Logic 9 One or Multiple Audio Files Changed in Length

Discussion in 'Logic 9' started by shank, Nov 18, 2011.

  1. shank

    shank New Member

    I mistakenly began a recent project at 44.1k. After realizing my error I copied and converted the files in the bin to 48k in a new folder and changed the audio setting in Logic and my Hardware to reflect the new sample rate. Everything seemed fine and I continued with the song throughout the day. Today when I reopened the project I get the following message:

    One or Multiple Audio Files Changed in Length
    As a result, 65 audio regions changed in length or content position.

    And sure enough, that is true. The regions are all out of time and I can't figure out how to fix it. When I look in the bin, the files are all 44.1k. How can I get it back to how it was? I suppose I could start a new project with all the converted files, redo my edits, plugins and automation but man if that doesn't sound like a loss of a day.

    Any help is greatly appreciated.
  3. Pete Thomas

    Pete Thomas Administrator Staff Member

    Hmmm, you seem to have done the correct procedure, it seems Logic rereferenced the original files.

    Try replacing them (in the finder , with the 48k files from the other folder)
  4. shank

    shank New Member

    Thanks for replying, though not sure I understand the suggestion. I've tried dragging the 48k files from the mac's finder window into logic's bin, but it doesn't seem to have any effect. Is that what you meant?
  5. Pete Thomas

    Pete Thomas Administrator Staff Member

    No, I mean swap the files over in the finder while Logic is closed.

    say it's looking referencing the (wrong) 44.1 files in folder A, meanwhile the correct files you converted are in folder B.

    Either replace the files in folder A with those in B (they have the same names, right?) or just rename folder A to something else and rename folder B r=to folder A.

    When you open Logic, it should be looking for the files in folder A, which are now the 48kHz files
  6. shank

    shank New Member

    Of course! Way to think outside the software. Worked perfectly. Thanks for your help!

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