• Gorynui
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    Joined: Oct 21st, 2007
    Tempo change while creating new audio file from Apple Loop
    Hi there. I just reviewed Logic 101, which told me how to reverse an audio file, starting with changing the Apple Loop to a standard audio region. (One aside: in the MPV tutorial, we're told that the new file will have to be something other than an AIFF or CAF format, but when I did this step, Logic told me specifically to use AIFF). Anyhow, my real issue: when the new region was created, it was shorter than the original, which was a full 2 bars. This one is about 1-2/3 that length, but there's a partial looping tail on the end to make it the full 2 bars. When I play it back, it's a faster tempo than the original. I did this again, making sure that my sample/bit rate settings were correct (I tried twice again - once on original settings, once actually selecting the settings my Logic session is open at - 24/48). Are Apple Loops created at a higher resolution?
  • Rounik Admin
    Posts: 8713
    Joined: Dec 16th, 2006
    Re: Tempo change while creating ne...
    Hi Sammy, Why not try bouncing the apple loop to a new file and adding it to the Audio Bin? It should be the length that you set the locators to. Does that help? Rounik
  • Gorynui
    Posts: 203
    Joined: Oct 21st, 2007
    Re: Tempo change while creating ne...
    Now I see why you're paid the big bucks... Thanks!
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