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[. . . ] All rights reserved. Under the copyright laws, this manual may not be copied, in whole or in part, without the written consent of Apple. Your rights to the software are governed by the accompanying software licence agreement. Use of the "keyboard" Apple logo (Option-Shift-K) for commercial purposes without the prior written consent of Apple may constitute trademark infringement and unfair competition in violation of federal and state laws. Every effort has been made to ensure that the information in this manual is accurate. [. . . ] This results in orphaned files (and regions) in the Audio Bin and Arrange area regions which refer to the missing audio file (see "Finding and Replacing Orphaned Audio Files" on page 539). Important: For these reasons, you should only perform audio file deletions in the Audio Bin. To delete audio files in the Audio Bin: 1 Select the audio files that you want to delete. 2 Choose Audio File > Delete File(s) or (or use the corresponding key command, default: Control-Backspace). An alert message, informing you of the number of audio files about to be deleted, will appear. 3 Click Cancel to abandon the deletion process, or click Delete to move the audio files into the Trash. 536 Chapter 24 Managing Audio Files Optimizing Audio Files Beyond deleting unused audio files, Logic Pro also allows you to delete unused portions of audio files. To delete sections of audio files that are no longer used in the project: 1 Select the audio files that you want to optimize in the Audio Bin. 2 Choose Audio File > Optimize Files (or use the corresponding key command, default: Control-O) in the Audio Bin. The following happens during the Optimize Files function: Â Logic Pro determines which (file) segments are not contained in any of the regions used in the Arrange area. Â These segments are deleted, and the remaining portions of the audio file (those used by regions) are retained. Note: For safety reasons, the Optimize Files function uses a pre and post roll area of one second of audio data before and after each (used) region. Warning: As this process physically deletes data from the storage medium, it cannot be undone. Saving Regions as Individual Audio Files You can create one (or more) independent audio files from selected regions in the Audio Bin and Arrange area. To convert selected regions into independent audio files: 1 Do one of the following: Â Choose Audio File > Save Region(s) As in the Audio Bin. Â Choose Audio > Convert Regions to New Audio Files in the Arrange area (or use the corresponding key command, default: Option-Command-F). Â Choose File > Export Region as Audio File in the main menu bar (or use the corresponding key command). You may also create a new folder, by clicking the New Folder button. Chapter 24 Managing Audio Files 537 4 If you're only saving one region, you can enter a name for the new audio file. The Hide Extension checkbox hides or shows file extensions (wav, aif, and so on) in the Save As field. Note: If you want to simultaneously save several regions as audio files, you should name the regions before using the Save Region(s) as command, as existing region names are applied to the audio files derived from them. Exporting Tracks as Audio Files It is also possible to export one or more tracks (all audio regions on tracks) to a new audio file, or several audio files--one for each Arrange track. To export all audio regions on a track to a new audio file: 1 Click on the desired track name. 2 Choose File > Export > Track as Audio File from the main menu bar (or use the corresponding key command, default: Command-E). 3 Provide a name and destination, and make other choices in the Save As dialog, then click Save. To export all tracks to several new audio files: 1 Choose File > Export > All Tracks as Audio Files (or use the corresponding key command). [. . . ] See fade finding transients 658 locking 292 managing 284 moving to recording position 311 moving within audio file 290 opening in external sample editor 518 opening in Sample Editor 284 removing silent passages 519 resizing 289 resizing from Sample Editor 314 saving as audio file 537 snapping to zero crossings 289 sorting 286 tempo. See tempo viewing 286 audio and MIDI compared 283 coloring 304 copying 319 cutting 319 dividing 331 at locator positions 332 at playhead position 333 into several portions of same length 332 overlapping notes 333 drag modes 297 exporting as audio file 640 folder. See folder (region) loop converting into alias/clone 331 converting into real copy 330 looping 329 making multiple copies 328 merging 334 MIDI adjusting length to content 318 adjusting start/end point 315 alias 282, 324 analyzing for chords 665 assigning staff style 741 creating 394 defining editor opened by double-click 393 demixing by event channel 337 demixing by note pitch 338 hiding in Score Editor 735 normalizing parameters 349 rounding start point to nearest bar 318 selecting multiple in Score Editor 729 transcribing 728 moving 309 between projects 309 1022 Index by specific grid amount 311 limiting to horizontal/vertical axis 309 numerically 310 onto selected track 313 to playhead position 311 moving into folder 341 muting 299 naming 302, 447 after track 303 multiple 302 quantizing. See quantization removing from arrangement 307 removing gaps between regions 316 removing overlaps 316 resizing 313 adjacent regions 313 making multiple the same length 315 restoring removed 308 selecting 305 selecting/editing sections 305 setting start/end point to playhead 316 shifting playback position 312 snapping to time position 295 soloing 300, 446 locking status 301 staccato/legato 349 time stretching 317, 525 Region Parameter box 42, 346­349, 993 Clip Length parameter 315 Delay parameter 312 Dynamics parameter 348 editing regions simultaneously 347 Gate Time parameter 349 MIDI Thru 346 name 302 Quantize parameter 454 release velocity, viewing 439, 448 Remove Overlaps function 316 removing background noise 519 DC offset 500 Reorganize Memory function 143 Repeat Regions function 328 repeat sign (notation). [. . . ]


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