While I suspect this week’s post and video will be most helpful for a small set of users, importing audio is an important function of any DAW.
Maybe you need to export audio from one Logic Project to import into another. Or perhaps you often receive audio files from clients and collaborators who use another DAW.
Whatever the case may be, you need to import and organize audio files quickly and easily.
Does every file start from Bar 1 so you can simply drag and drop into a new Project? Or did your collaborator not export every file starting from the same bar for easy placement? This can be especially frustrating if you’re working with a friend who isn’t familiar with exporting in their DAW.
Another tough spot is how comping multiple audio files together. Logic’s comping system revolves around the amazing Quick Swiping and Take Folders systems. But Logic won’t automatically create a Take Folder for those 100 vocal takes upon import.
Don’t fret! Logic Pro provides some super-simple features to solve these common issues. From “Move to Recorded Position” to “Pack Take Folders,” you can juggle audio files with the best of them.
Plus – I throw in a couple of extra tips in today’s video related to exporting and Take Folders.
Have several Take Folders you need to comp together, but your Quick Swiping isn’t being applied universally? No problem – let me show you how to fix the disconnect with grouped comping.