Welcome to day 11 of “Newbie to Ninja” here on WLPR! “Newbie to Ninja” is a beginner’s guide to Apple’s Logic Pro. Videos drop daily (Mondays-Fridays) for the next several weeks.
If you’re brand new to Logic Pro, this series will help you go from feeling like a beginner to complete comfort in Apple’s amazing DAW.
Saving your Logic Projects can appear deceivingly simple. I mean, what else do you need to do besides go to File and then Save?
As it turns out, there are a couple of other details you should consider. Details like:
- Should you save your Projects as a Package or Folder?
- Should you copy and save the Project files with the Project?
- Which files should you copy?
- Where does Logic save your Projects to?
Some of these questions can have serious consequences down the road! That’s why today we’ll examine saving your Projects in our “Newbie to Ninja” beginner’s series. Check out the video in this post for more 👍
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