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Duplicate Apple Loops in Logic Pro 8 Problem


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Quick question about Logic Pro 8, I got a few Apple Loops/Jam Packs and put them in Mac HD>Library>Audio>Apple Loops, and then I dragged them into the audio library media section of Logic (a green plus came up) and then I didn't realise they had copied over and tried the copy process again, and now annoyingly I have 2 copies of every single loop in my loops media section in Logic. Any suggestions please?
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Go back to "Mac HD>Library>Audio>Apple Loops" see if there are 2 of everything. If so delete the duplicate. You should be sorted
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