How To Reverse Audio With Logic Pro X [Tutorial]

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     Even though it's not obvious, you can easily reverse audio files in Logic Pro X by following these instructions.

1. Add an audio file to your Logic Pro X project
2. Double click the audio file in the sequencer to bring up the editor. 
3. From the editor, go to the file tab and click reverse. You should now see the audio file reversed. 

     If you want to undo this process, go back to the editor and click undo reverse. You must undo the reverse through the editor. You can't do it from the main Logic Pro X view.

     It's common for users to not be able to see the file tab when they open the editor. If this is the case for you, follow these instructions:

1. Click Logic Pro X at the top of the window
2. Click Preferences
3. Click Advanced Tools 
4. Click Enable All at the bottom

     You should now be able to see the file tab when you open the editor. It's important to note that reverse is a destructive function in Logic. Your original audio file will be permanently modified. If you don't want to permanently edit the original audio file, be sure to bounce the file in place before editing any further. 

     I hope this short tutorial was helpful. If you have any questions or comments about reversing audio in Logic Pro X, leave them in the comments section below! 

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  • Hey so when i click reverse on the region it reverses ALL of the instances of that file (kick) whether or not i have them highlighted.

    Linden Nelson on
  • I have “Enabled All” in the Advanced Tools section In Preferances and the file tab in Editor still doesn’t show up…What am I doing wrong?

    Jules on
  • The reverse function is greyed out, won’t let me click it. All advanced options are on. Any suggestions?

    David on
  • Thanks.. All the steps need to reverse. You ROCK!!!!

    Treblok on
  • This was helpful, I used it for my podcast, People of Note because I was talking about Yack Backs with my guest. Thanks so much.

    Liam Gallgaher on

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