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  • Adam D
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    Joined: Mar 28th, 2011, 01:35
    Copying from one project to another in Logic 9
    Hi all, now that I've been through maybe 500 of the Logic videos, they are all starting to run together. Can somebody remind me if/where I saw a MacProVideo on copying from one project to another? That is to say, I have a multiregion song that I've worked really hard on, automated, tweaked, set tempo, markers... the whole 9 yards. And now, I want to move it to another project (that may have a different set of instruments/tracks, etc) because maybe I want to make it a two song mashup or something? I just wanna pick up everything from the one project and have it open in the other. Can I do that? Are there videos in here somewhere about that kind of thing?
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  • redlogic
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    Joined: Feb 2nd, 2008, 03:43
    Re: Copying from one project to another in Logic 9
    [b]Logic 9 First Look - Overview Of Logic 9[/b] Chapter 11. Import Track Settings
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  • Adam D
    Posts: 10
    Joined: Mar 28th, 2011, 01:35
    Re: Copying from one project to another in Logic 9
    Cool. So I checked that video out again, followed along with a project of my own, but the tracks I brought into the new project were all misaligned. (The entrances were all of.) Is there a more in depth video tutorial of how to do this that you might know about? Because that didn't really work. But thanks for reminding me about that video. Good start. :-)
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  • Rounik Admin
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    Joined: Dec 16th, 2006, 08:13
    Re: Copying from one project to another in Logic 9
    Hi Adam, There's not much more to the process than is shown in that video to be honest... What version of Logic are you running? Also, are you importing the time-signature changes and tempo from one project into the other? Can you detail what kind of tracks and files you imported? Thanks! R
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