See how Logic’s basic track export functions work to export either a single track or all tracks in a project at one time.
Discover two different ways to exclude specific tracks in a multi track project from an “all tracks” export.
Explore some of the take folder management functions and see how they pertain to exporting individual or multiple takes at the same time.
See and hear how the Export function handles both summing stacks and folder stacks.
Explore the workarounds necessary when you want to export Drummer tracks with all the individual outputs rendered as unique audio files.
Learn how to either separate or sum together the individual outputs of multiple output software instruments when exporting all tracks as audio files.
Explore the export behavior on flex edited apple loops and audio files with the Flex track parameter both enabled and disabled.
Learn about the necessary steps involved to insure that the MIDI data you are hearing within Logic is actually what gets exported when exporting standard MIDI files.
Explore some alternate ways of creating, moving, copying, and converting audio files based either individual regions or existing audio files, for use both inside and outside of Logic.
Explore the new bounce and export workflows that allow for multiple tracks to be bounced in place simultaneously, and selected tracks, track stacks, or regions to be exported.
Logic Pro X gives you a lot of powerful export options and tools, and in this tutorial series Certified Logic Pro Eli Krantzberg walks you through the process, as well as shares best practices and creative optimizations for your workflow.
Eli starts by showing you how the basic track export functions let you export either Single Tracks, or Every Track in your project. Then things get interesting when he dives into selective Multi-Track Export, showing you different ways to exclude specific tracks in an All-Tracks Export.
Next up is Organization and Track management. Eli shows you the various Takes Folder management functions, and how you can use them to Export Individual or Multiple Takes Simultaneously. Then he explains how the Export function handles the new Logic Pro X features, Summing Stacks and Folder Stacks.
Drummer Tracks are one of Logic Pro X’s killer features, but don’t have an intuitive way to export them. Eli teaches you different workarounds for how to export Drummer Tracks with Individual Outputs rendered to Separate Audio Files. Eli also explains How to Separate or Sum the Individual Outputs of multi-output software instruments when exporting all tracks.
The final videos explore how to Export Audio Files that have been turned into Apple Loops or Flexed. He also investigates some alternate methods for Creating, Moving, Copying and Converting Audio Files for use both inside and outside of Logic projects.
Whether you’ve exported multi-track projects in Logic Pro X before and want some extra tips, or you need to learn from scratch, watch “Exporting Multi-Track Projects in Logic Pro X” today!
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