How do I get Logic to record more than 15 minute blocks?

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  1. Jdawg

    Jdawg Member

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    I'm using logic express 7 for some cassette transfers and I can't figure out how to record more than 15 minutes at a time. I thought I saw something when I first got logic about increasing the time but now I am stumped. Any help on this would be great.
     
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    Thanks. I just registered there and posted the question. I'll let you all know if I hear back.
     
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    You're welcome. I've learned a lot from that place.
     
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    I'm no Logic expert (I find it highly illogical) but typically in the major DAW programs there's a pull-down menu called "project setup" or something similar.

    In there you'll define the parameters for that project; sample rate, bit depth, frame rate, file type, and yes... start & end times. When you begin a new session/project you'll have to reenter that info, or go to preferences and set your default choices so it's automatic.

    That should get 'ya going!

    Peace.
     
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    Sorry, you can't. It's a limiter to stop you being too self indulgent.

    Just joking, there's a check box in the recording preferences to turn off the recording limit. Not on my machine right now, so can't be more specific than that.
     
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    The problem has been solved with some help from the forum.

    Audio > Set Audio Record Path, adjust your max recording time.

    Thanks a lot for directing me to the site. It has already proven to be valuable to me.
     

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