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Lesson 12. Setting Up the Audio Environm... > Exploring the Audio Configuration Wi...

Exploring the Audio Configuration Window (Logic Pro Only)

A channel is a path used to transport a signal. Lesson 4, “Editing Audio Regions,” demonstrated how MIDI channels transport MIDI signals between your studio's MIDI devices and Logic. Audio channels are similar, but instead of sending MIDI messages to a synthesizer, audio channels transport sound to and from your audio interface's outputs and inputs.

Audio channels can also be used to move audio around inside Logic. Busses, which transmit audio from Object to Object inside Logic, are channels. Audio tracks are also channels, but a very special type that reads audio files off the hard disk(s) and sends them to an output or records audio files from an input and saves them on your hard disk(s). To see an overview of the audio channels available on your system, check out the Audio Configuration window.


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