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logic - internal resampling?
Old 24th September 2012
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logic - internal resampling?

I have a question for any logic expert in the house...

... when logic resamples/converts an audio loop(s) to fit a new tempo, does it go back and resample from the original loop audio file, or does it resample from the loop audio file in the project?

TIA
Old 24th September 2012
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Originally Posted by bytehoven ➡️
I have a question for any logic expert in the house...

... when logic resamples/converts an audio loop(s) to fit a new tempo, does it go back and resample from the original loop audio file, or does it resample from the loop audio file in the project?

TIA
it resamples the active audiofiles.. which are the one in the project folder after your first project save.. you can see the root of the active files in the audio bin
Old 24th September 2012
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I saw the master and derivative files in the BIN folder and had assumed any changes being made were going back to the master file. Anything else would be just dumb, right?



Thanks for the confirmation.
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