Last week we dug deep into why you might consider using an external hard drive for saving your Logic Projects. But there was one big piece of the puzzle we didn’t cover.
How do you move and save all your sounds and instruments to that external hard drive?
This is a huge reason why many Logic users choose to buy an external HD.
Software instruments and sounds can take up tons of space. By moving your Sound Libraries off of your Mac’s hard drive, you can free up space and optimize your studio’s workflow.
Logic Pro comes with a huge library of content. Nearly 60 GB in fact!
IMHO, you should definitely download and check out all those sounds. They’re great! But perhaps your hard drive doesn’t have nearly 60 GB of space to spend.
So today let’s walk through how to move Logic’s Sound Library content to an external hard drive.
Not only that, but I’ll show you how to move some specific 3rd party libraries as well, such as:
- Arturia’s V Collection
- Native Instruments Komplete
While I can’t cover every instrument library out there, I can help you get started. And after today’s video, I reckon you’ll feel way more comfortable moving forward with the process.