Currently Being ModeratedMar 19, 2012 7:12 AM (in response to Hennyrockstar)
Are you saying you want to use the Apple Loops? You've got to download them first, they don't automatically come with the Logic Pro 9 & Mainstage 2 downloads because they're HUGE. At least 19GB, if I remember right. I got the Logic Studio bundle about two months before they made it an App Store-only purchase, so I don't know exactly how you go about downloading those, but I do know it's an in-app download within Logic Pro.
Currently Being ModeratedSep 21, 2012 11:31 PM (in response to Hennyrockstar)
SAME **** PROBLEm...NO, we're not talking about using EXISTING Loops..the Drop down in Audio when you have a region selected is supposed to give you the option to open in APPLE LOOPs UTILITY-..it's simply NON existant now...when it was before..i upgraded a month ago...What da FUG People..Address the situation..everyone's simple answer for Everything seems to be...re-load from the disk...YOU guys made Logic avialable as a downlad..so DAmnit take reponsibility and address issues for newbies to the program that ONLY have the downloaded versions of the software..
Currently Being ModeratedOct 17, 2012 2:23 AM (in response to Hennyrockstar)
Same issue here. The drop down menu in Audio no longer has the Apple Loops Utility. I had put off updating for a while and finally did that last week and noticed this problem. Went to this forum for help and saw this post so I now realize it is not only my issue but apparently something changed by Apple in the update.
Currently Being ModeratedOct 18, 2012 12:45 AM (in response to Hennyrockstar)
Sorry to hear that folks!
I run today Logic 9.1.7 (upgraded from Logic 8 Studio, etc... discs versions) and the "Open in Apple Loop Utility..." does show in the Arrange / Audio menu.
I wonder if you need to have the Apple Loop Utility app installed in order to have that menu item showing in Logic/Arrange/Audio menu?
Originally when I purchased Logic Studio 8 (boxed), there were other versions of Logic available back then; for instance Logic 8 and Logic 8 Express.
But back then, Mainstage, Apple Loop Utility, WaveBurner, SoundTrackPro 2, Impulse Response Utility, Logic Node and Compressor were only included (and available) in the Studio version...
Currently Being ModeratedOct 18, 2012 3:17 AM (in response to Hennyrockstar)
I do have the Studio version and I'm wondering if the download for the update somehow reverted it to a regular version. I do have my original disks and will see if I can reload the Apple Loop Utility seperately from that. Will try that later today or tomorrow and let you all know.
Currently Being ModeratedOct 20, 2012 5:28 AM (in response to Hennyrockstar)
Ok so I try to load from original disk and get the message a newer version exists on computer (or something like that). I am just going to do a clean install of the original version.
Currently Being ModeratedJun 5, 2013 9:08 AM (in response to Hennyrockstar)
If anyone is still having issues with Apple Loop Utility missing I may have a solution for you. If you downloaded Logic Pro 9 from the App store the Loops won't come preinstalled. In order to add the files you want you must click on the Logic Pro menu button in the top left, next to the Apple logo, then click on "Download Additional Content" and that should allow you to download all the available content. If you want to download all of the files, keep in mind its about 19.8 GB.
Currently Being ModeratedJun 5, 2013 9:52 AM (in response to ahmedfromraleigh)
In order to add the files you want you must click on the Logic Pro menu button in the top left, next to the Apple logo, then click on "Download Additional Content" and that should allow you to download all the available content. If you want to download all of the files, keep in mind its about 19.8 GB.
Sadly, thi swill not help sourcing the Apple Loop Utility (which is NOT included in the download version of Logic)
Instead, sign up a developer here (free) and search for the Loop untility