Full disclosure: today’s Logic post is gonna be a little selfish.
Why? Because WLPR is all about helping you get the most you can out of Logic Pro X. And while I’m all in to help you out, I need you to meet me halfway.
So today I want to talk about the proper way to save your Logic Projects for sharing and archiving.
You probably didn’t think there was a science to saving your LPX Projects, huh?
Oh! But there most certainly is.
And as readers and clients send me their projects, the same 2 problems come up:
- The Project won’t open, or
- The Project has no actual Audio saved to it
How can this be? Well I’ve found that there seems to be a right way to save your projects, and a wrong way.
Let me redeem myself though, because the issue of saving your LPX projects is important to you too.
Whether you want to share your LPX Projects, or future-proof them – you’ll definitely want to watch today’s video.
Imagine opening one of your Logic projects in a couple years. Then imagine that some of the Audio Files are “missing.”
Worse yet – you can’t open the Project at all!
I’m on a crusade to stop all “Missing Audio Files” pop-ups. So let’s make sure Logic users everywhere bookmark today’s post.