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could someone please instruct me as to where I put these .cst files?

 

While I haven't downloaded these, I'm assuming they're track based (not aux or output etc.), so:

 

~/Library/Application Support/Logic/Channel Strip Settings/Track

 

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Chris Hellstrom

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[Logic X.4.4, OS 10.12.6, (2.93 GHz iMac i7, 12 GB RAM), OS 10.12.6 (MacBook Pro, 2.3 GHz, 12 GB RAM), Apogee Duet FW]

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I think i'll give these a shot! i don't often use channel strip settings, so I haven't got much experience.... other than that, my file folders for logic channel strip settings are locked up and won't let me move files into them (I think they are all read only for some reason)
Macbook 2.1 ghz. 4gb ram. Logic Express 9.01. Edirol Fa-101
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I think i'll give these a shot! i don't often use channel strip settings, so I haven't got much experience.... other than that, my file folders for logic channel strip settings are locked up and won't let me move files into them (I think they are all read only for some reason)

 

That should not be the case. A quick way to fix any file permission issues on a file system is to run the Disk Utility - click on the Verify Disk Permissions button.

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For some reason, I can't locate it. I saved it in the proper place ({Home}/Library/Application Support/Logic/Channel Strip Settings/{Channel Strip Type}/) and put it under "track." I tried searching my entire library for it and I can't find it. HELP! D:
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Hello and welcome to Logic Pro Help, shirozu.

 

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Thank you.

 

For some reason, I can't locate it. I saved it in the proper place ({Home}/Library/Application Support/Logic/Channel Strip Settings/{Channel Strip Type}/) and put it under "track." I tried searching my entire library for it and I can't find it. HELP! D:

 

Sounds like you're using Logic Pro X.

 

You need to place the channel strip setting in Macintosh HD/Users/your username/Music/Audio Music Apps/Channel Strip Settings/Track/

 

J.

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