How To Import Session Data In Logic Pro X

Need to grab a sound, some MIDI or automation data, or a whole channel setup from another project? Here’s how to make yourself a master of imports…

Step 1

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We’re starting with a basic sequence incorporating a pulsing sub bass, a plucked synth line, a beat loop and a Solina-style string line. Now we want to add something we created in another project.

Step 2

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We can browse to the relevant track without having to leave this project. Click Browsers in the top right-hand corner, then All Files. Browse to the location and double-click the relevant Logic Pro X project.

Step 3

Click the Content for the sound(s) you want – and, if you like, the auxiliary effects and automation you used, too, then click Add. The regions from that project will be added to your current project – move them, edit them and drop them wherever you like.


George Matthews
George Matthews

With 17 Years music production experience, George Matthews is the CEO of Your Local Musician, he also makes music under the name Grimmm and releases Lo-fi music.

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