Agent Cooper wrote:I am very new to STP2. Is there a way of doing this non destructively so a copy of the file will automatically be added into the arrange window and audio bin inside of Logic, or do I have to 'save as' then import it myself?
soloshad wrote:Hi, Ive been trying to solve the problem with STP as an ext editor. After almost a year i found out a work around, but that is too tiring to do.
I do a "open in stp" command in logic, i then edit it in stp and press 'Cmnd s' to save the file.
After this point is the problem...!!!
In the videos i've seen, it just saves without any dialogue. And it is updated in Logic.
But for me it opens up a "save" dialogue window and the default file type is set to "Audio File Project". If i press the save button it saves in a "stap" format and the file in logic no longer produces any sound. Just today i realised that if i chose a format in which the audio file is, it asks me to replace the file and then it is updated in Logic and plays fine. Is there a way to set the STP file type in the SAVE window to the default file type? Im running on STP 3.0.1 and LOGIC 9.1.7.
David wrote:In Soundtrack Pro, process the audio as desired, then choose Process > Flatten all Layers, then File > Save.
soloshad wrote:If i flatten all actions, the processing becomes destructive and does not allow me to do further changes to the file.
soloshad wrote:How do i achieve this non-destructive method.
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