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Old 09-21-2008, 10:44 AM
Matt Darcy Matt Darcy is offline
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Default Creating Loop/Sample Libraries, How To ?

I was watching a few of the sightly more advanced pro-tools tutorial videos, and while not grasping much of what was being taught to me, I noticed there was a bit of basic pro-tools functionality that seemed quite basic that I was missing.

A lot of the videos keep pulling u a "loop" library, eg:

"I'll just grab my 4 bars of drum loop and drop it in here"

or

"here is my my bass line loop"

They then drop that loop into a pro-tools track and play it, "great".

How do I build and manage this library though ?

I can't find anything in the more "introduction" videos that show you how to build and manage it.
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