Currently Being ModeratedJul 26, 2012 11:26 PM (in response to dvdflashbacks)
Try the following it may work:
a) open a new project
b) import the audio you want to convert into the Audio Bin
c) Under Edit choose 'Select All'
d) Under Audio File choose 'Copy/Convert File(s)'
e) In the now appearing window choose under File conversion settings:
- File Format -> AIFF
d) press save
Have a nice day
Currently Being ModeratedJul 31, 2012 4:03 AM (in response to dvdflashbacks)
I will aslo add, its probably best to batch convert the sounds to AIFF and the loops to CAF. without doing so, you will not be able to loop without timesatretching or flex. Flex, while awesome doesnt sound better than granular CAF, and timestretching means you must make a copy every time and do it by hand which slows you down.
If you drag in all oyur samples and batch convert them to AIFF, then your loops and batch convert them in groups (seperated by tempo), you get a much more consistent Apple Loops experience with non of the hassle later on.
Currently Being ModeratedJan 27, 2014 5:08 PM (in response to cRubix)
I guess I should've posted my solution a long time ago. I ended up using Audio-Converer from the App store. It worked really well and was very fast at converting a number of file types. Hope this helps.