The only thing I don’t like about Logic actually, which isn’t a big deal really, is that the software instruments come with pre-set crazy EQ settings to make them sound more impressive at first, which is no good for a mix. That is the only negative thing I have to say though
Alright many logic users here. Okay a question. I’ve always wanted to do this but can’t find a function to do it.
Anyway, I’ve like 50+ tracks on my arrange window. Dance music, so some bass and pads have a side chain from a looped kick. Now, how do i export multi tracks at one go? Spending time solo-ing and bouncing one by one is rather tedious.
Here’s one possibility: It’s a workaround called “Recording from Bus”. 1. You set/route the source tracks “Outputs Select” to custom Buses instead of say “Stereo Output”. 2. You must create new “Mixdown/Bounce Audio Tracks” and assign their “Input Select” to record from the custom routing Buses you set in step one.
There is another way i don’t remember anymore, didn’t do it for a long time anymore, but not easier.
Or you buy Cubase and do it with one Mouseclick
Have you tried Export All Tracks as Audio Files? (Shift, Command, E)
Export all tracks should work. I use it all the time!
Logic Pro 9 here, as well as Protools HD 9…. and as far as DAWs go, at least logic is 64 bit, even if it is lacking a few things these days. @reubenchng careful when bouncing tracks out of logic, sometimes a offline bounce will not sound the same as real time…. A very odd issue that seems to vary with plugins.
Also, someone directly in the know (I can’t reveal more, sorry!), has told me that Apple confirmed this to him.