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Using Opusmodus to drive Logic Pro X

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If you want to use Logic Pro X you can open the 'Mixer setup' directly from inside Opusmodus.


Opusmodus drive Logic Pro X



You can create all kinds of instrument (Mixer) setups and store them in the user Documents folder. That way you will be able to access them inside the Utilities panel.


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Could this work with earlier versions of Logic too ?


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Just drop logic doc to the Navigator and try if is possible to open from within Opusmodus.

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