Batch Inserting Inserts to Save Time in Logic Pro
Got a simple tip for you guys, something I did by accident yesterday (should have read the manual ages ago, but that’s a lost case) that will save you time: in Logic Pro, you can add the same insert to a bunch of audio channels simultaneously through the Mixer.  For example, I use Voxengo’s free and awesome spectrum analyzer ‘SPAN' on all my inserts audio channels, instrument channels, aux channels, and, of course, the Master channel. Before, I had to insert the insert into one of the channels, and option-command-drag to each channel one by one.  Tedious as all hell.  The easy way: 
In Apple Logic, go to Window > Mixer
At the very bottom of the mixer, click and drag across all your channels
On any of the channels, click an empty Insert slot and navigate to the Insert/Plug-in you want
Voila, now all your channels have the same plug-in in the same slot position, without extra hassle

Batch Inserting Inserts to Save Time in Logic Pro

Got a simple tip for you guys, something I did by accident yesterday (should have read the manual ages ago, but that’s a lost case) that will save you time: in Logic Pro, you can add the same insert to a bunch of audio channels simultaneously through the Mixer.  For example, I use Voxengo’s free and awesome spectrum analyzer ‘SPAN' on all my inserts audio channels, instrument channels, aux channels, and, of course, the Master channel. Before, I had to insert the insert into one of the channels, and option-command-drag to each channel one by one.  Tedious as all hell.  The easy way: 

  1. In Apple Logic, go to Window > Mixer
  2. At the very bottom of the mixer, click and drag across all your channels
  3. On any of the channels, click an empty Insert slot and navigate to the Insert/Plug-in you want
  4. Voila, now all your channels have the same plug-in in the same slot position, without extra hassle
  1. makehousemusic posted this