People are using several DAWs to make music. It’s a fact. And beautiful it is...
However, having to transfer your entire session from one DAW to another is not that easy a task (although it should be...) and can often turn into a terrible headache.
In this video Ben runs you through a specific workflow that will allow you to transfer your tracks (including instrument tracks !) from Logic to Pro Tools. Amen.
jayce8 •Wednesday, March 30, 2016
I have a samplitude project of my last studio record session and i can't open it with protools.Samplitude is not available on imac and i don't know how i can do to mix un protools without ask to the studio's guy to export all the audio files in wav.
Someone can help me ?
hjalti •Tuesday, February 16, 2016
Just adding to my comment...
The other way is to split to two mono tracks in Pro Tools and delete one. Again takes time. Would love to find automatic way to do this
mrmbutler •Monday, February 16, 2015
Very, very helpful!!
VPROMUSIC •Monday, September 22, 2014
Great Help, Thanks
gategno •Saturday, May 31, 2014
Thanks you so much !
now they did it automaticly in logic pro X 10.7
wolfgerb •Sunday, May 11, 2014
if you place a little audio snippet at the start of an aux track in logic, logic will also export aux tracks!!!