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I have both Logic Pro X and Garage Band. I have installed several jam packs and loops from Apple and third party. The loops show up just fine in Logic, however when I look in /Library/Audio/Apple Loops in Finder, they do not appear. I am curious as to where i can find them. I have several duplicate loops that I would like to prune out to conserve storage space, but cannot do if I don't know where to find them.

Any ideas or help will be deeply appreciated

Logic Pro X, macOS High Sierra (10.13.2)

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Some loops may have been installed in your hidden User Library instead of in the Library folder at the top level of the System drive.


To reveal the hidden User Library:

  • Move the complete folder ~/Library/Containers/com.apple.Photos to your desktop. Move the entire folder, not just the contents.
  • Bring the Finder forward by clicking on the Desktop or the Finder icon in the Dock.
  • Select your user/home folder (with the house icon in the Finder sidebar)
  • With that Finder window as the front window, press the key combination ⌘J to bring up the View options.
  • In the View options panel enable ’Show Library Folder’. That will make your user library folder visible in your Home folder, if it is still hidden.
  • Open your Home folder, then the Library folder, then Audio or Application Support.

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Mar 10, 2018 4:15 AM in response to jerryfromfort wayne In response to jerryfromfort wayne

Some loops may have been installed in your hidden User Library instead of in the Library folder at the top level of the System drive.


To reveal the hidden User Library:

  • Move the complete folder ~/Library/Containers/com.apple.Photos to your desktop. Move the entire folder, not just the contents.
  • Bring the Finder forward by clicking on the Desktop or the Finder icon in the Dock.
  • Select your user/home folder (with the house icon in the Finder sidebar)
  • With that Finder window as the front window, press the key combination ⌘J to bring up the View options.
  • In the View options panel enable ’Show Library Folder’. That will make your user library folder visible in your Home folder, if it is still hidden.
  • Open your Home folder, then the Library folder, then Audio or Application Support.

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