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Hope that helps Rounik All Tracks as Audio Files... You can set this up so that those tracks are recorded to audio tracks in Logic...command plugin automation will not be included, but you can choose to bounce all the tracks with volume/pan info and to bypass all plugins if desired. In Logic 9 every track will be exported from the 1 1 1 1 so that the individual tracks can be imported into any DAW (e.g. but the simplest method to suggest is to solo and bounce tracks individually.

command plugin automation will not be included, but you can choose to bounce all the tracks with volume/pan info and to bypass all plugins if desired.Hey guys, so I'm working on a project in conjunction with a fellow logic user, the stems were produced in some other DAW, and then dropped into pro-tools where vocals were recorded, and all the stems were dropped into Logic.Now the fellow person I'm working with dropped the stems in a project at the default tempo, 120, when the actual project was in a different tempo, started cutting an doing a whole bunch of stuff, and now, I have to apply effects such as delay and what not, but since the project is out of tempo I can't just throw a delay on there, is there a way I can consolidate all the audio in their own separate tracks just a huge block of several tracks (Like consolidate selection in pro-tools) they're all aligned so then I can change the tempo without affecting where parts of the audio are?David Nahmani • My Logic Pro X book (Apple Pro Training Series)• My Logic Pro X Classes (Los Angeles)• Contact me for Private Lessons Logic Pro X 10.3.1 - Mac OS X 10.12.3 - Mac Book Air 1.3 GHz i5 - 4GB RAMLogic Pro X 10.2.4 - Mac OS X 10.10.5 - Mac Pro 8 core 2.8 GHz Intel Xeon - 6GB RAM - Metric Halo ULN2Thanks David!I'll give that a shot, it's a bit of a hassle but such is life.