Welcome to the Forum, Jim. Did you Sample Rate Convert the audio files when you imported them into your 96 kHz Logic project? In the bin, open audio files, use the copy/convert command. It is also accessible with ctrl + c.I am importing projects from Garageband to LPro 9 and I wanted to try to step up the sample rate to 96K but the audio tracks I recorded don't work. Is there a way of doing this without losing recorded tracks?
Leaving aside the 96 kHz issue for a moment, are you able to open the original GB project in Logic in 44.1 kHz?So there's no way of importing the whole song and converting to 96K without having to rebuild the song? The original GB project is 44.1 and is essentially complete.
I presume by "digital files" you mean Midi, or Virtual Instruments, as opposed to audio files (which FWIW are of course also digital)? That is to be expected.Mark
Yes, I was able to open and import the GB project at 44.1. When I bumped the Khz to 96 the digital files transferred fine but the audio files didn't.
That is also to be expected, has nothing specifically to do with Garage Band or Logic, it is rather a "digital" fact of life. If you played a 33 1/3 rpm vinyl record at 45 rpm, it will sound too fast, right? A similar thing is happening here. The solution is to select all the audio files in your project (comm + a in the bin) then proceed with the src. If you leave the names of the files as they are, save the project, then run logic at 96 kHz, the audio should play back at the correct speed.I was able to import the individual audio files to a new project but when I try to import them to the actual project the come in a double speed.