Over the last week we’ve been digging into how to export all the various audio files and tracks out of Logic. Just in case you missed the other posts:
The Ultimate Guide to Exporting Your Tracks Out of Logic Pro X – Part 1 of 3
How to Export Multi-Output Instruments and Tracks Stacks Out of Logic Pro – Everything You Need to Know (Part 2 of 3)
Today’s post is the final frontier for many users –
“How do I export send effects and auxiliary tracks out of Logic?”
Honestly, before today’s video I thought I had the whole export thing down like a science. But in preparation for today, I ran into some interesting hiccups!
So in this final video on exporting audio, I’ll show you how to identify and overcome any problems you might run into when exporting Sends/Auxes:
- How to create tracks for your Auxiliary channels in the Main Window to enable export
- How exporting Sends/Auxes differs for Drummer, MIDI, and Audio Tracks
Exporting in Logic Pro X can be tricky. But hopefully WLPR’s Export series can be a reference to you for a long time to come.
Hi, so many thanks for all these incredible clips, info, etc.
May I ask you a question: I’ve copied a guitar track, transferred it to another logic pro X 10,7 project, worked on it, saved it, everything went well.
Returned the day after and my audio was gone. The skeleton of the track was there and the fade out but no audio track!
The solo guitar was gone.
I looked everywhere on my computer and nothing!
Before asking the guitarist to come back and redo his track, I want to know what happened and what did I did wrong!
Could you help this old gal please.
Have a great Holiday!