Logic Pro 9 Saving track with effects

alo2007

New Member
I have Logic Pro 9,

Yes I am new and trying to learn this program as I love music.

How do I save an audio track I added to a new project and added Logic effects to, ie. Reverb, delay?

Basically, I dragged an MP3 audio file to a new project in Logic, added Logic effects and want to save this as a WAV file with the added effects, I know this sounds simple but I cannot figure out how to do it.

Any help is greatly appreciated.

Thanks.
 

Pete Thomas

Administrator
Staff member
Look in the help menu or the manual under "bounce", that will give you everything you need to know.

Welcome to the forum.
 

Pete Thomas

Administrator
Staff member
Thanks for the advice.
I actually found all the information I was looking for once the term "Bounce" was introduced to me.
It's possibly an odd term, it used to mean something different in the old days of analogue, where it mostly referred to transferring a submix of several tracks onto a different track or tracks of the same tape.

"mixdown" and "mix" are possibly better words for the process. Or taking terminology from the video world, "render" or even "print".

However it's the kind of thing that is soon discovered after reading the manual, and hopefully in the quickstart part of the manual, if it isn't there it should be.
 

alo2007

New Member
Now an even trickier question, haha.

How do I add effects to only certain parts of the track and not the entire track in Logic Pro 9?
 

Pete Thomas

Administrator
Staff member
Now an even trickier question, haha.

How do I add effects to only certain parts of the track and not the entire track in Logic Pro 9?
See the chapter on automation. Or read up about creating different tracks and regions...
 
Select region and bounce to disk in the right click menu....

Hey Pete, you should really point out to people that you have a very good and detailed "how to do..." on your web site...
 
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