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How Logic Pro X's Track Stacks Can Revolutionise Your Workflow
Hollin Jones on Tue, June 27th | 0 comments
If you've ever struggled to manage Logic Pro sessions when they get bigger, Track Stacks could very well be what you've been looking for. Joe Albano explains why.

Logic Pro X provides you with a number of different ways to deal with projects when they become large and potentially unwieldy. In this short video from the course Logic Pro FastTrack 205: Tracks and Alternatives, Joe Albano demystifies Track Stacks, a clever tool for managing groups of tracks using a kind of container format. 

Explaining the differences between Folder Stacks and Summing Stacks, Joe shows you how to work with and modify stacks, and how they can revolutionise your workflow and efficiency when working with larger projects. You'll wonder how you ever managed without them! Be sure to check out the other videos in this course to find out even more about this vital part of using Logic Pro. 

Watch the full course Logic Pro FastTrack 205: Tracks and Alternatives in the Ask Audio Academy here.

Logic Pro FastTrack 205: Tracks and Alternatives

When working with lots of tracks in a Logic project, things can get out of hand pretty quickly. Luckily, Logic Pro X provides many features to help you arrange and organize your tracks, and save a lot of time in the process. But what is the difference between Folder Stacks, Summing Stacks, Take Folders and Track Alternatives, and most importantly how and when should you use them? Well, our Logic Pro expert Joe Albano is here to reveal everything about them!

The course starts with an exploration of Track Stacks. You learn when to use Folder Stacks vs. Summing Stacks, how to create them, and how to best use them when organizing your Logic projects. Next, Joe dives into Take Folders and explains why you need to know about them (hint: they can really make your life easier!). The last sections of the course are about the newest additions to Logic: Track Alternatives and Selection-Based Processing.

So join audio expert Joe Albano in this FastTrack™ course as he completely demystifies Logic's track-related features. Get ready to turbocharge your workflow and become a better Logic user!

Watch the full course Logic Pro FastTrack 205: Tracks and Alternatives in the Ask Audio Academy here. 
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