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Tutorial: How To Reverse Audio In Logic Pro X

Hey guys,

It's been a while since I've made a logic tutorial so I thought I'd start off with something a bit more practical and simple this time. This video will show you how to reverse an audio file in Logic Pro X, as well as inform you about how to do it properly if you have multiple files and show how to convert to new audio files.

This is aimed at newer logic users but I feel those who are looking to brush up on their audio / source audio file knowledge may also find this useful.

I'm planning to make a second part to this where I will show some ways to use reversed audio effects in creative and musical ways in your songs.

Hope you enjoy this one!

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Ryan

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