So I imported a ton of old loops and spent hours integrating them in Apple Loops for future use in Logic 9. Imagine my frusteration when I noticed that Apple Loops had saved it's aif versions right in that same folder! This just wont do as I've become unimaginably anal with my file organization having so much and needing to know where something is. Anyway, is there a way to get Apple Loops to save in a specified Location? I couldnt find anything on this. I really REALLY don't want to spend the unnecessary hours going back and picking through every folder full of loops I integrate into Apple Loops! This is something that potentially kills its appeal for me.