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Question: Logic Pro X - Loops won't reindex

The loops on Logic Pro X are greyed out and won't work at all.


I have seen other guides which say to reindex, but this is also not working. Some mention deleting a file called LoopsDatabaseV09.db - which does not exist anywhere in my Mac.


I have tried to reindex through a new user account that I created, which worked and the loops were no longer greyed out after this, but as soon as I tried it again on my own user, it crashed my Logic Pro X.


I am not sure if this is a permission issue or not, but I have Read & Write permissions for all folders within my Mac HD.


Can someone please help?

MacBook Pro (Retina, 13-inch, Late 2013), macOS High Sierra (10.13.1)

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You may have run into this behavior due to the latest file system change.

Did you use to have Logic Pro 9 installed on this computer/system?


Read the article first:

https://www.logicprohelp.com/small-warning-updating-macos-10-13-high-sierra/


Try this if you recognize that your Audio Music Apps folder is an orphaned alias:


  1. Quit Logic Pro X.
  2. Delete the Alias ~/Music/Audio Music Apps then create a new folder on this location and give it the name Audio Music Apps.
  3. Open the Terminal and paste this code followed by enter:
    open /.HFS+\ Private\ Directory\ Data?/

    - A new Finder window will reveal your hidden content.
  4. Copy the content inside the 'dir_######' folder and paste it inside your new Audio Music Apps folder.
  5. Relaunch Logic Pro X.

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Nov 14, 2017 1:37 PM in response to msuie10 In response to msuie10

You may have run into this behavior due to the latest file system change.

Did you use to have Logic Pro 9 installed on this computer/system?


Read the article first:

https://www.logicprohelp.com/small-warning-updating-macos-10-13-high-sierra/


Try this if you recognize that your Audio Music Apps folder is an orphaned alias:


  1. Quit Logic Pro X.
  2. Delete the Alias ~/Music/Audio Music Apps then create a new folder on this location and give it the name Audio Music Apps.
  3. Open the Terminal and paste this code followed by enter:
    open /.HFS+\ Private\ Directory\ Data?/

    - A new Finder window will reveal your hidden content.
  4. Copy the content inside the 'dir_######' folder and paste it inside your new Audio Music Apps folder.
  5. Relaunch Logic Pro X.

Nov 14, 2017 1:37 PM

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