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Saving a template for a multi-out sampler?

Discussion in 'Audio Units: Effect and Instrument Plugins' started by joelonsdale, Oct 29, 2012.

  1. joelonsdale

    joelonsdale New Member

    I use BFD as a multi-output instrument - so one software instrument track with many outputs allocated to a series of stereo and mono Aux tracks. Now, if I start a project from scratch, I can use my template project with this already set-up. HOWEVER if I am using a project that has been started WITHOUT the routing then I have to instigate this manually which is a 10 minute job. Is there a way to save this configuration and import it into any project? Ideally with my standard colour-scheme, track-names, plug-ins and settings already applied! If there ISN'T a way, then this is a wish list issue! :brkwl:
  3. georgelegeriii

    georgelegeriii Senior member

    Create your track setup and then "save as template". When you select "new" when starting up Logic, you select that template, and off you go.
  4. joelonsdale

    joelonsdale New Member

    Thanks George, I do already have a template, quote: "HOWEVER if I am using a project that has been started WITHOUT the routing then I have to instigate this manually which is a 10 minute job". If I am sent a Logic project to mix, I cannot start again with a fresh template. So what I am looking for is a way to save the entire routing system like saving a channel strip that I can recall at ANY POINT in a project. It would be useful for many complicated routing scenarios I use to be able to recall them. So to clarify, it would be BFD as a multi-out instrument and about 14 associated aux channels and all the plug-ins on each track.
  5. georgelegeriii

    georgelegeriii Senior member

    No way to do that that I can think of. That is why we use templates, to pre setup something like this. What you could do it add this to your template and hide it using the group function...
  6. joelonsdale

    joelonsdale New Member

    Thanks George, but like I say, if it is a project that I start then a template is the solution. If it is a project I inherit then it is too late for a template! I guess it should be a suggestion for future LogicPro releases....
  7. Eli

    Eli Senior member

    You could try using the Track Import feature to bring it all in from a template to the current project. But truthfully, I find the track import function a bit in-elegant when aux tracks are involved. Still, it will probably be better/quicker than starting from scratch.

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