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  • rastAsia
    Posts: 13
    Joined: Jul 26th, 2006, 07:08
    Logiconizer.. Where do I locate Logic Icons folder?
    Hi folks, I must have been the last man in line to stumble on Logiconizer from Logic Pro Files to help sort out with my Logic Icons! Finally an interface that could help install and categorize the so many .png icons for Logic. But I came upon a rather strange situation. I cannot find the Logic Icon folder even though it shows up fine between Logiconizer and in LogicPro7.2.3 [url]http://www.logicprofiles.com/welcome/index.php[/url] On their Help note it says: IF YOU GET NO RESULT BY PRESSING THE INSTALL L6 OR INSTALL L7 the "Icons" folder could be protected or absent. Be sure that you have it and that it's not protected. Path: Your computer/Library/Application Support/Logic/Images/Icons I tried to seek it as instructed but my folder is not there. Attempting to find it with Spotlight does not help either. Can somebody tell me where my icons folder is hiding please?
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  • Christian L
    Posts: 1410
    Joined: Aug 7th, 2006, 11:50
    Re: Logiconizer.. Where do I locate Logic Icons folder?
    If the folder is absent, try creating it. Make sure the path is exactly the same. It is case sensitive. The exact path is : Macintosh HD/Library/Application Support/Logic/Images/Icons... Tell us if it works.
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  • Martin
    Posts: 469
    Joined: Aug 24th, 2004, 12:00
    Re: Logiconizer.. Where do I locate Logic Icons folder?
    Yes, please do keep us posted ... I've never tried this app. I put all my custom icons directly in the Application Package > Contents > Images > Icons folder ... but it's a bit of a pain, so if this app works, groovey ...
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  • rastAsia
    Posts: 13
    Joined: Jul 26th, 2006, 07:08
    Re: Logiconizer.. Where do I locate Logic Icons folder?
    Well this is one good reason why I post my queries to macPV rather than other forums. I always get instant explanatory answers to almost all my learning qualms! macPV rocks!! Christian you're right about creating that folder.. It worked. But what I don't understand is why not just have the imported icons into Logic's default Icon folder as what Martin mentioned. Instead the custom icons would be consolidated to the newly created folder. I guess its best not to mess with Logic's Package Content anyways.. So yes Martin, it works just GROOVEY BABY!! It allows you to create as many sets of Icons as you want. Each set consisting 324 icon slots sizing about 6MB per set. Calling them up with todays fast machines and unlimited HD space is a breeze before starting Logic. Especially handy when you seperate them by genre ie. Orchestra, Recording Studio, Soundtrack FX, etc. If you do different recordings in the field with Logic, from rock stage to concert halls, the ability to categorize these genre of instruments/gears is a joy. But of course I don't have 324 track of audio going at one time. :) Its just the ability to call this icons up in pre-made group and visually mixing your tracks, is a faster way to work. And amazingly. Its FREE!! No More right clicking for Logic Content to get to the icon folder. If the guys at Logic Pro Files are reading this. I guess they deserve a pat on their backs. Its a wonderful application which adds colors to Logic!! One flaw I noticed: That the file names does not stay when I imported the icons to the folder created. eg. Tama.png (Drum icon) in the folder became a numbered icon based on the grid in Logiconizer. Lastly, I definitely am not affiliated with Logic Pro Files. I wish I get paid for this super duper review. LOL. And plus macPV is too great a tutorial learning source. Both great sites in assisting me learning Logic. I've only used LogicPro for 1 yr and definitely starting to love it more than ProTools. I'm no longer visually impaired yo! Does ProTools have that? Noooooo but ten steps behind with their Newly colored tracks and more-money-please for new synths. And worse I'm still stuck at a limited 36 track voice with LE. Anybody wants to swap a Mackie Universal for a digi002 Fader? :) I sure wouldn't mind another MOTU traveler for it. BTW plugins not included.
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  • Christian L
    Posts: 1410
    Joined: Aug 7th, 2006, 11:50
    Re: Logiconizer.. Where do I locate Logic Icons folder?
    [quote:1183] Christian you're right about creating that folder.. It worked. But what I don't understand is why not just have the imported icons into Logic's default Icon folder as what Martin mentioned. Instead the custom icons would be consolidated to the newly created folder. I guess its best not to mess with Logic's Package Content anyways.. One flaw I noticed: That the file names does not stay when I imported the icons to the folder created. eg. Tama.png (Drum icon) in the folder became a numbered icon based on the grid in Logiconizer. . [/quote] That way, it preserve your original Logic application... if you delete an icon by mistake, you can always revert to it later. LogicPro Files needs to change the names of your icons files to numbers to be recognized by Logic. It's a great app when you have a high number of icons to manage... I'm glad it worked out for you.
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  • Martin
    Posts: 469
    Joined: Aug 24th, 2004, 12:00
    Re: Logiconizer.. Where do I locate Logic Icons folder?
    Sweet, I'll put it on my to-do list of apps to check out ... :)
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  • rastAsia
    Posts: 13
    Joined: Jul 26th, 2006, 07:08
    Re: Logiconizer.. Where do I locate Logic Icons folder?
    Thanks a lot fellas. Its been great help. Now if you'll excuse me, I got to battle with Apple Support with the damn fungus and the backup issue with CCC.
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  • robinzzon3
    Posts: 1
    Joined: Oct 30th, 2013, 07:29
    Re: Logiconizer.. Where do I locate Logic Icons folder...
    here is a great selection of icons [url]http://megaicons.net/[/url]
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