If you didn’t catch last week’s post, we’re doing a deep dive into exporting tracks out of Logic Pro.
And today’s post is all about how to export Multi-Output and Track Stacks.
Logic provides a ton of sophisticated instruments to play with:
- Drum Kit Designer is a fantastic solution for acoustic drum sounds
- Ultrabeat is a treasure trove for classic drum machine sounds
- Studio Strings and Horns are brilliant for orchestral symphonies
And each of these instruments can expand and reveal sub-instruments and sections. All you need to do is convert them to Multi-Output instruments.
Want to process just the kick drum of Ultrabeat? No biggie! Or if you want to fine-tune the violas separate from the violins in Studio Strings, more power to you.
And if you need to export each section or instrument, Logic has you covered.
In part 2 of our 3 part series on exporting tracks out of Logic, we dig into quite a bit:
- How to set up your Logic instruments as Multi-Output
- How to break out the individual tracks of your Multi-Output instruments for mixing and exporting
- How to route the individual instruments in Ultrabeat to their own Channel Strips in the Mixer
- The nuances of exporting Track Stacks
- What plugins are actually included when Exporting Stacks and Multi-Output Instruments
Exporting is layered process, but it doesn’t have to a pain 🙂
Also – a follow up to a Youtuber’s comment related to this video. Which includes clarification, and a workaround in case exporting Multi-Output instruments from the Export window isn’t working for you: