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Did you know that you can record into Logics folders, edit with folders, mix with folders and even rearrange your tune with folders? You can! ... and David Earl (a.k.a. sflogicninja) shows you all of this and more in his maiden tutorial for macProVideo.com!Folders rock! They are one of Logics most powerful editing and organization tools, yet, they remain mysterious and mostly misunderstood to a majority of Logic users. Well, the veil of secrecy is now lifted! Enter David Earl with his first Logic tutorial for macProVideo.com. David knows Logic ... and David knows folders. He uses them extensively in all of his amazing Logic productions. In this insightful tutorial, Producing With Folders, David takes us step by step into Logic's folders, unfolding all of the amazing things that folders can do to enhance your Logic experience.So whether your Logic projects are straight forward or complex time-sucking, mega-track nightmare projects that need deep work to edit and organize, David Earl shows you how you can enhance your workflow experience by incorporating folders into your Logic production toolbox!Table of Contents:1. Introduction2. Packing Folders3. Audio Take Folders4. MIDI Take Folders5. Preparation - Part 16. Preparation - Part 27. Recording - Part 18. Recording - Part 29. Comping10. Arrange11. Grouping12. Auxes In Folders - Part 113. Auxes In Folders - Part 214. Arranging in Groups15. Mixing in Folders16. Conclusion