cropleyb Posted January 11, 2012 Share Posted January 11, 2012 I recently bought a new MacBook Pro and Logic Studio 9. The first thing I did when it arrived was to install Logic Studio. I've been learning heaps and having great fun with it, but I have noticed that there were a few instruments that weren't found. For example, several of the voice instruments would give me a MISSING: error message when I selected them through the channel strip on the left of the arrange page. Logic would tell me that a file was missing - e.g.: "BB ClMale Aa n38.aif". However, most instruments have been working, so I've been putting up with it. Anyway today I discovered a workaround: Play that instrument in Garage Band first and then it works in Logic. I guess Garage Band is copying the instrument somewhere that Logic can see it. The files in the position that Logic doesn't see them are in directories such as: /Library/Application Support/GarageBand/Instrument Library/Sampler/Sampler Files/Classical Choir/Classical Choir Male/BB ClMale Aa n38.aif I hope this helps someone out there. If there is a better solution, please let us know. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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