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  • jimandroz
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    Joined: Feb 27th, 2010, 07:40
    The glue tool?
    Hi Rounik, On to another subject... I tried to use the glue tool and it didn't work. I would have thought this would be easy. Do you need a new note then tool and paste? Any help is appreciated, as usual. Thanks! Roz
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  • Rounik Admin
    Posts: 8713
    Joined: Dec 16th, 2006, 08:13
    Re: The glue tool?
    Hi Roz, What did you try to use the glue tool on? If you try, for example, to glue two blue apple loops together that won't work. You should solo the tracks and bounce them to a new audio file. Generally, I never use the glue tool... not much need for it... but occasionally I'll use it to glue / merge two MIDI regions. Hope that helps Rounik
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  • jimandroz
    Posts: 107
    Joined: Feb 27th, 2010, 07:40
    Re: Bouncing
    Thanks Rounik! Another question...How do I send a newly created song to Itunes. I want to download this to ipod. Also, once the song is in Itunes, can I convert this to a mp3. How do I do this. I really appreciate the help. A step by step procedure would be most helpful. Roz
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  • Rounik Admin
    Posts: 8713
    Joined: Dec 16th, 2006, 08:13
    Re: The glue tool?
    Hi Roz, To send a song to iTunes is better explained in the Logic 101 tutorial. Here are the very basics: 1. File > Bounce 2. Enable and select the mp3 category and choose the settings you wish. 3. Tick "send to iTunes" 4. Select the beginning and end points of the project to be bounced and click OK. btw, you can also bounce to uncompressed format like aiff/wave (in PCM) and then drag the file into iTunes manually. You need to check your settings within iTunes (Preferences > General > Import Settings) to choose what format a file will be converted to when imported into iTunes. Also, once a song is in iTunes you can right-click on it and choose 'Convert to mp3'. Thanks Rounik p.s. It'd be great if in the future you can post separate questions in a new thread. This makes it easy for others searching for answers in the future to find the info ;-) Thanks :)
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