One of the great benefits of using Pro Tools is the ability to share sessions with other users, regardless of what DAW they are using. If you’ve ever had to import tempo automation into Logic from Pro Tools, you know it can be a bit of a pain. Here’s a quick tip on how to make the process a bit easier.
First, open up the Pro Tools session that you want to import into Logic. Go to the Edit menu and choose “Tempo Map.” This will open up the Tempo Map window.
Next, click on the “Export” button at the bottom of the window. This will bring up the Export Tempo Map window.
Make sure that the “File Format” is set to “MIDI File.” Then, click on the “Export” button.
Save the file to your computer and then open it up in Logic.
In Logic, go to the File menu and choose “Import.” Select the MIDI file that you just exported from Pro Tools.
This will bring up the Import MIDI window. Make sure that the “Tempo” option is checked. Then, click on the “Import” button.
You should now see the tempo automation imported into Logic.
Other related questions:
How do I import tempo from Pro Tools to logic?
There is no built-in way to do this, but there are some workarounds. One is to use a MIDI file exported from Pro Tools, and use that to set the tempo in Logic. Another is to use a plugin like Sound Radix’s Auto-Align (http://www.soundradix.com/products/auto-align/) which can automatically align the audio from Pro Tools with the tempo in Logic.
How do I import tempo into logic?
There is no one-size-fits-all answer to this question, as the process of importing tempo into Logic will vary depending on the specific software and hardware you are using. However, in general, the process will involve connecting your software to Logic via MIDI, and then using the MIDI Clock Sync feature to import the tempo information. For more detailed instructions, please consult the documentation for your specific software and hardware.
How do I export tempo from Pro Tools?
To export tempo from Pro Tools, go to File > Export > Session Tempo Map.
Can I import Pro Tools session into logic?
Yes, you can import Pro Tools session files into Logic Pro.