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Logic Pro X comes with more Apple Loops than you can shake a stick at. But often you'll want to take a loop and make it your own, give it your own sonic personality. Jay Asher shows 5 ways to do this.
Create a free account (or sign-in) to grab this incredible collection of Complextro Apple Loops by Darren Burgos. These green Apple Loops contain MIDI and instrument settings for Logic Pro users!
Since Apple pulled their Apple Loops Utility, there's been a void in the area of easy custom loop creation for Logic and all other DAWs. Does Audiofile Engineering's Loop Editor fill the gap?
The good people at AudioFile Engineering tell us their new Loop Editor 2 picks up where Apple Loop Utility left off. We tend to agree with this... and have a review in coming soon to show you why.
In Session Audio Releases Soundtrack Acoustic Guitar Vol 2: Nylon String Edition for Kontakt, Acid Wav, Apple Loop, REX, Stylus RMX & Wav formats. Check out the video and audio demos below.
It's easy to get stuck in loops when making music. You know, composing and arranging everything in 8- or 16-bar looping segments. G. W. Childs explores ways to break out and complete the song itself.
Want 805MB of 24-bit, royalty free sample content (1.5GB including REX & Apple Loops) to scratch that House and Garage itch? Wave Alchemy have got quite a collection for you.
So you want to add Afro-Latin percussive groove to your productions? Need some shakers, cabasa, claves and more? All in 24-bit loops and single hit fx? Welcome to the Wave Alchemy take. Read on...
Did you know there's a little known utility bundled with Logic Studio that allows you to create your own Apple Loops? Mo Volans gets looping with ease.
You may have heard me rant about this before: the fact that there are people who like using loops and people who don't. I'm not going to get into that again, I've done it before...