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Logic Pro X: Time-stretching To The Project Tempo

Apple Logic Pro X Tips & Techniques
Published July 2018
By Geoff Smith

Screen 1: Once you have dragged a folder of samples onto the Loop Browser the Untagged Loops Tab will appear.Screen 1: Once you have dragged a folder of samples onto the Loop Browser the Untagged Loops Tab will appear.

Logic’s new Smart Tempo features can be useful when using third‑party loops in your productions.

A significant requirement for a contemporary music production environment is that it should make it easy to audition and collage audio content at a tempo chosen by the composer. In this month’s Logic workshop we look at how to add your third‑party sample libraries and loops to Logic’s Loop Browser so that they can be previewed and imported at the project tempo. We then look at how to configure your settings for importing audio so tempo and beat markers are detected, allowing it to be time‑stretched to the project tempo.

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Published July 2018