Logic pro x duplicate track with automation free
In this tutorial I’m going to show you how to loop Track Automation in Logic Pro without having to physically copy it. When you choose Adapt mode in the Tempo display, the Tempo track opens so you can see how the project tempo changes after recording, importing files, or moving.
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Where might I find that? That part’s simple: set your automation preferences to «never». Then delete the audio file. The automation will remain where it is. You ALL are too quick for me. It works, so my guess is you’re probably doing something wrong, and I would guess it’s the selection part. Here’s what I recommend: Command-click the automation fader where my mouse pointer is on the screenshot below to select all the automation on the track.
Then press Command-C copy , make sure the destination track is selected, and press Command-V. Cool David. Can’t see the screenshot It seems to be copying the region as well.
It’s like my audio data is somehow getting stuck to my automation data. Oops sorry I must have forgotten to attach the screenshot That’s where you need to Command-click to select all the currently visible automation on that track.
Oh, OK, I was able to do that. But it only copies the automation that’s present in the automation tab, right? Volume, drive, panning, etc. Or is there a way of selecting all the automation items? What would the fastest way for me to do this be? I might probably will even want to save the original track I lay down as a reference. So I’m thinking I’d duplicate the channel strip, bring the automation down to the new channel, mute the old channel, and go for it.
And hey, thank you all for helping me thought this. I know I’m still a beginner at Logic and y’all have really been amazingly generous with your assistance! Ahhhh, I figured it out. Ski was onto something. I still had my automation preferences set to always. Set it to «ask» and I get the pop up box that asks what I want to do now. There’s another «hidden» feature in Logic to copy and move around automation: first open the Automation Event list ctrl-cmd-E then open a new Arrange Window cmd I remembered stumbling across this hidden feature years ago, and over the subsequent years I forgot how to access it.
I’m thrilled to stumble across this again, however it seems to be basically useless. I tried using it to copy all automation data from one track to a new duplicate track and encountered several problems. Tracks are not in the same locations making them hard to find, and attempting a copy on one of the automation «regions» caused logic You can post now and register later.
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By kenrob , 6 minutes ago in Logic Pro. By velanche , 1 hour ago in Logic Pro. By velanche , 2 hours ago in Logic Pro. Logic Pro offers two types of automation: track automation and region automation. Track automation can be applied to the entire track, from the beginning to the end of your project.
Region automation applies only to the specific region the automation parameters are connected to. With track automation, if you re-record, move, or copy regions either to another point on the same track or to another track entirely the automation data remains tied to the initial point on the track in which it was created.
However, with region automation, if you re-record the region, the automation is lost; if you move or copy the region either to another point on the same track, or to another track the automation remains with the region. Region automation is particularly useful when you are automating instrument parameters.