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Logic Pro® X Power! by Kevin Anker

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7 Working with Audio and Apple Loops

NOW THAT YOU’VE EXPLORED MANIPULATING AND EDITING REGIONS, it’s time to address manipulating and editing the data within those regions. Logic’s handling of audio has always been one of its most lauded features. In this chapter, you’ll examine how Logic Pro X handles audio and Apple Loops, as well as some useful and creative tips and tutorials for using these features.

Let’s start by going into greater detail about the various audio channel strips types available in Logic Pro X.

Types of Channel Strips

Logic offers many different types of audio channel strips. Software instrument and audio channel strips are automatically assigned their own Tracks area tracks, but you can assign any of the other audio channel ...

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