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Logic® Pro 8 Power!: The Comprehensive Guide by Kevin Anker, Orren Merton

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Chapter 3. The Logic Project

An important distinction between Logic and other music workstation applications is just how much information is stored in each document file, which is called a project in Logic. In most applications, you set up the application the way you want to by arranging windows, toolbars, and so on. When you load a document, that document uses the application configuration. In Logic, the project contains everything about your studio—the setup of all your instruments, editors, windows, screensets, and everything else that is configurable in Logic. In fact, each project in Logic is a self-contained virtual studio. This means that if you create a project in your copy of Logic, then open it in someone else’s copy of Logic, you will ...

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