Rather than this "Using Apple Support Communities" forum, you can post your Logic Pro question here:
And you may find this useful:
This is that forum. Or has the post been moved by mods and this reply got "dragged along?"
To the OP:
These are the usual locations of Apple Loops:
Library/Application Support/Logic/Apple Loops
Library/Application Support/GarageBand/Apple Loops
Users/"You"/Library/Application Support/Logic/Apple Loops
Users/"You"/Library/Application Support/GarageBand/Apple Loops
Eriksimon hey and thanx for your reply.
I do find the loops here: Library/Audio/Apple Loops (already dragged them from there)
but i cannot find them in any of the other paths you showed me above. Is that ok, or do i need to have them in all Paths?
ALSO ANOTHER PROBLEM.....is that i cannot find the Garageband Loops anywhere. What can i do ?
I am new to this.
Thank you again for your help.
Just get your Logic Studio Install Discs out and install all loops. The installer should automatically grey out anything that already is installed.
The problem is: you can install Apple loops anywhere, the locations I mentioned were the "old" (LP8) default install locations. I don't know whether you have originally used these default locations.
I just Installed Logic Pro 9 off the Apple Store. I am not new to Logic so I noticed right away that my Apple Loops where not available. I must have forgoten to click on the box for the jam packs while installing content. Anyways if you open Logic, click on the Logic drop down, then click on "Down Load Additional Content". A box will apear with all the various content and you can just flag anything you still need to add. Also you must have a hard drive large enough to hold all of the content. This is not a problem for most but if your running an older machine you might have a small drive.