Logic Pro X: Managing and Moving Files (FU TECH Quick Tip Video)



Factory Underground Tech Instructor Dan Walters gives viewers a "Quick Tip" lesson in file management and organization, specifically helpful in terms of moving files between different computers, in potentially different studios. The concepts presented here may be applicable to working in other Digital Audio Workstations, with variations in actual menu key commands.


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