Best Way to Move Logic Pro X Sound Libraries to External Hard Drive





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Published on Aug 1, 2016

This is the best way for music producers to move Logic Pro X sound libraries from your main solid state hard drive to an external hard drive. Every music producer running Mac OS X should do this even if you don’t use Logic X.

Not only does this put less strain on your main hard drive, (especially solid state drive) but it makes your computer system work a lot faster and more efficiently. In the awful event of a hard drive failure, this tip will make it much easier to recover your production (sounds, tracks, beats etc.) and get back up and running.

*Paths Needed:*
Macintosh HD- Library - Audio - Apple Loops
Macintosh HD- Library – Application Support - Logic

Now, the title does specify that this is for logic pro audience, but this tip works for any software application (Kontakt, Pro Tools, Reason, Fl Studio, Maschine, Ableton, MPC and more) that utilizes large libraries, including plug-ins. For more producer tips, tricks and tutorials visit us at https://maschinemasters.com

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