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    How do I edit Logic Pro X's Sound Library

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    I'm working on a personalized sound library that is currently stored on my desktop. Then i had the thought, why don't I put that sound library into logic pro X's sound library so i never have to leave the application?

    My question is, how do i manipulate logic Pro X's sound library.
    By edit I mean Adding new folders, almost all holding of .Wav files.
    I want to be able to pick a choose sounds from the logic pro x library page.

    Also a bonus question: If i can edit the logic sound library, what kind of file types can be placed there?

    P.S. IM ON A MAC HIGH SIERRA

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    Make alias files for the the sound library, then move the originals to your external. This frees up space on your computer, and from there you just use the Browse feature in logic to access anything you need.
    If you don't use an external, just use the browse feature located in the sound file menu to access any of the files on your computer.

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