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HOW TO ADD EXTRA LOOPS
Authored by: brodie on Mar 04, '04 03:01:42PM

to add loops just drag them onto the loop browser. garageband will then update its library accordingly. you dont have to move them either!



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HOW TO ADD EXTRA LOOPS
Authored by: JigShaun on May 09, '04 10:17:35PM

I don't understand how to execute the command. I know you can't just type -g. What do I put in the next line? HELP? Also, I tried to just drag all the loops from the Soundtrack folder into the Garage Band loop browser. It seems to import the loops fine, but it wants to COPY them all. I don't have the room for that. What do I do so Garage Band just indexes the loops without copying them all into the Garage Band loops folder?

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Shaun



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HOW TO ADD EXTRA LOOPS
Authored by: JigShaun on May 13, '04 02:20:22AM

I'm not that concerned that there are duplicate loops between GB and ST. I mean, I'd rather there weren't, but so be it. But is nobody else having the problem that when they try to add the soundtrack loops to the Garage Band browser, the MacOS wants to COPY all the files, rather than just index them? Is there some way around this?

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Shaun



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