Doug welcomes you and gives an overview of the features to be covered in this series.
This video covers selection techniques and the destination and source choices found in the Bounce Regions in Place window.
Doug goes over more Bounce in Place Region Parameters, and then shows you how to work with multi-output instruments, how to print automation and effects, include audio tails, and bounce Live Loops.
This video looks at keeping and changing the Bounce in Place file format using the channel strip input format and plug-ins.
Bouncing tracks in place is similar to bouncing regions in place, and this video covers the similarities, as well as demonstrates the differences.
Learn all about the command that bounces all tracks in place and also replaces the source tracks. This is great for archiving and creating files to share.
This videos takes you through section selection methods and the parameters of the Bounce window.
Learn how to control your bounce format and make stereo or mono bounces as you want/need.
This video looks exporting files in mono and stereo and the Export File window parameters. It also covers the differences in files created by using regions or tracks for the export selection.
This video focuses on exporting tracks and multi output instruments and explains in-detail the export parameters. Working with summing and folder stacks is also demonstrated.
Learn how to make the freeze icon visible, what tracks to use it on, and how the two freeze modes vary.
This video covers the selection techniques and many of the parameters found in the Selection-Based Processing window.
Doug starts by revealing the gain menu settings and then covers the different selection methods available and the associated parameter choices.
Here Doug explains the "Export from Logic Pro" option as well as the "Import Into Final Cut Pro" feature.
See how an AAF file translates going from Logic to Pro Tools.
This video covers the menu items "Audio Files As" and "Region/Cell to Loop Library" in detail.
Doug explains and explores the menu items "Audio Files As" and "Region/Cell to Loop Library".
See how to use a .mid file to send your project?s Time Signatures, Markers and Tempo Map to Pro Tools.
This video shows you how to export .mid (Standard MIDI File) and .xml (MusicXML) files. The two versions are shown and compared in Dorico.
Logic Pro expert Doug Zangar delivers comprehensive Logic Pro video tutorials! Learn everything about bouncing and exporting your audio and project files in Logic Pro, so you can quickly make stems, freeze tracks for better CPU performance, share stems and projects with other Logic users, different DAW users, back projects up for archival, and much more. These videos are designed for those who want to really learn and use the available bounce and export options available in Logic Pro.
Doug welcomes you and talks about what you'll learn in this series, and then jumps right in with tutorials on all the available options found in the "Bounce In Place" function, how they work, and when to use them. Then he goes in-depth on how to utilize the "Bounce Tracks In Place" feature which is great for archiving and creating files to share.
Moving on you'll discover the "Bounce Project" and "Bounce Section" options and how to effectively use them to make different versions and formats of your bounces to fit a wide range of needs. Next up Doug teaches you all about exporting audio in Logic Pro including all of the options available for different situations, including exporting multi-output instruments to individual tracks and stems, using summing, and Folder Stacks.
Throughout the rest of the videos you'll learn all about Freezing Tracks, Selection-Based Processing, Exporting Final Cut Pro XML formats to open in Final Cut Pro, creating AAF files for Pro Tools compatibility, all of the "Save Audio Files As" options, utilizing the available MIDI export options and much more.
To see what these in-depth Logic Pro video tutorials show you, and how they'll familiarize you with all of the different bounce and export options available in Logic Pro, see the individual Logic Pro exporting and bouncing tutorial descriptions on this page. Explore these important features and functions and make optimizing and sharing your stems and projects faster and easier now... Watch "Logic Pro: Bouncing & Exporting Explained®" today.
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