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Offline checht

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Logic Pro X: markers, regions, exporting files
« on: October 23, 2022, 08:55:11 PM »
Learning Logic after a long time w Audacity is my slow-season project.
(Reaper sucks for vision-impaired folk like me).

Got a lot of things sorted but can't figure out best workflow to export a track as mulitple files based on markers of some sort. I've seen references to locators, markers, and regions and suspect it's some combo of them.

What works best?

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Re: Logic Pro X: markers, regions, exporting files
« Reply #1 on: October 24, 2022, 08:22:02 PM »
I took a look at the Logic Pro manual and it appears that it's pretty similar to RX in the methodology.

If I understand what you are wanting to do, it's basically track out a show file and export each track as an individual file.

I don't use Logic Pro but it seems you just place your cursor (playhead in Logic speak) where you want the track to start and press "Add Marker". The Marker List will allow you to name the Marker, etc.

Then, it's just File > Export > Export All Tracks as Audio Files.

That would seem to be the easiest way. In RX, when regions are created, it shows the start and end times of each track. I'll leave it to you to play around a bit and you'll get the hang of it.

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Re: Logic Pro X: markers, regions, exporting files
« Reply #2 on: October 24, 2022, 09:02:28 PM »
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Then, it's just File > Export > Export All Tracks as Audio Files.

Thanks so much for your help! Much appreciated.

In Logic, Export All Tracks is used to export the various tracks that make up a song. Tracks in this case are the components of the song, and are arranged vertically in the global tracks window. For example, drum track, guitar track, vocal track.

My research indicates that one can export regions as separate tracks. So I dropped and named markers. No luck figuring out how to convert markers to regions so far.

Thanks again!
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Vanguard V1s matched pair
Niaint x8
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