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Logic 9 Saving Apple Loops WHERE!?

Discussion in 'Logic 9' started by FUBARd, Oct 22, 2011.

  1. FUBARd

    FUBARd Member

    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! :angryfire: 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. :brkwl:
  3. Tangra

    Tangra Senior member

    You can organize your Apple Loops into a folder subfolders etc. Open Logic, go to the media browser and select "Loops". Open the Mac finder go to your Apple Loops folder (with subfolders etc), click that folder and drag & drop it onto the Logic "Loops" area in the media browser. Logic will ask you to copy the Apple Loops into the Users\User\Library\Audio\Apple Loops\User Loops path or to add the current path to play directly from there.

  4. gdoubleyou

    gdoubleyou Senior member

    They can really be located on any hard drive, when you drag and drop the folder onto the loop browser a dialog will appear asking if you want the loops copied to the loop folder or remain where they are.

    It takes a little time for loop indexing.

    I use Iced Audio's Audiofinder for managing all audio files on my systems.



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