12270 Views 3 Replies Latest reply: Apr 4, 2011 9:30 AM by BenB
As far as I know, using Soundtrack 1.5 and GarageBand 5.1,
there’re no reverse-tools available...?
Either, try QuickTime...
Go to the end of the track, then command+left arrow to reverse playback...
(works with QuickTime 10 and QuickTime Pro 7)
Or, export that song and use an external Audio Editor...
e.g. Amadeus Pro can do it... Audacity might be able as well...?
Directly from the online Logic user manual:
Reversing an Audio File Selection in the Sample Editor
The Reverse command is most commonly used on an entire audio file—to reverse a cymbal sound, for example. It can also be used as a creative option on selected portions of audio files. For example, the reverb tail at the end of a file can be reversed, copied, and pasted to the beginning of the file.
To reverse the selected area of an audio file
Choose Functions > Reverse (or use the corresponding key command, default assignment: Shift-Control-R).