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Logic 9 Rearranging the library

Discussion in 'Logic 9' started by Motionthink, Apr 24, 2010.

  1. Motionthink

    Motionthink New Member

    Hi, I frequently create new strip presets and my logic library is getting rather messy. Is there a simple way to rearrange the items in it? Does anybody know if it exists somewhere in the file system of the computer so that it can be accessed in Finder?
  3. Markdvc

    Markdvc Administrator Staff Member

    System HD/Library/Application Support/Logic/Channel Strip Settings


    Username//Library/Application Support/Logic/Channel Strip Settings

    BTW, an easy way to find stuff like this is to load any channel strip in logic, then press "save as". A finder dialogue window opens, so you instantly see where Logic wants to store these presets.

    kind regards

  4. Motionthink

    Motionthink New Member

    Thanks! Makes me wonder why I didn't think of that :)
  5. Colin Shapiro

    Colin Shapiro Senior member

    In addition to Mark's advice:
    You'll see that there are default folders for the different kinds of Channel Strips: Aux, Bus, Input, Instrument, Master, Output and Track. Within these folders, you can also create and use subfolders to further organize your settings.

    Another tip:
    If you hold [Option] when you click on the [Setting] button at the top of a Channel strip, you can force Logic to load strips from all categories. For example, you can load a Bus Channel Strip into an Audio Instrument object. This may be useful if you want to load certain reverb settings etc.

    Hope this helps...

    Regards - Colin
  6. Eli

    Eli Senior member

    Nice tip!

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