Over the years the kind, kind folks working on Logic Pro have given us lots of creative tools. And there is no better example of this generosity than the Apple Loops Library.
The Apple Loops Library consists of almost 26,000 pieces of audio content. Ranging from synth loops to Traditional Chinese loops. Sound effects, one-shots, and so, so much more.
Could you even imagine how much you would have to spend to enjoy 26,000 loops and one-shots from a 3rd party company?
And what’s so great about Apple Loops is that they aren’t just simple WAV files. When you import an Apple Loop into your Project, that Loop comes packing with the instruments, plugins, and routing for you to explore and dabble.
There’s gotta be a catch though, right? Maybe there’s some sort of restriction on you using Apple Loops in your Projects…
Nope! Apple loops are royalty-free. You can build an entire arrangement made up of Apple Loops. Or throw an Apple Loop into the new Quick Sampler and create your own sliced instrument.
(The only thing you can’t do is try and sell Apple Loops as if they were your own Sample Pack).
And to top it all off, you can even create your own Apple Loops as well to use across your Projects! Drag and drop any type of region into the Loops Library, and away you go.
So today let’s dig into the fantastic Apple Loops Library.