Ever find yourself in this Project management pickle?
You have a track, plug-in chain, beat map, or something else living inside 1 Project. And you need somehow to transfer that thing into a different Logic Pro Project.
For example, for the last couple of weeks I’ve been mixing an album that I co-wrote and produced. Now at the mix stage, I’ve found myself:
- Changing my mind about the location of certain creative moments
- Retrieving sounds from previous versions of the Project
- Needing to compile a pared down Project to send to a collaborator
Through all this, I’ve needed some way to move tracks, plug-ins, tempo, and more across Projects.
Of course, you could export audio files and save channel strip settings or patches. But maybe you’re not 100% committed to the performance, sounds, or audio fx you’ve chosen. What then?
Well, with the Import Project Data & Settings function in Logic’s All Files Browser, you can skip Exporting and keep the creative juices flowing!
Import data directly from 1 Project to another without ever leaving the Project you’re working on. It’s a fantastic feature. Let me show you how to use it in today’s video above ⬆️