Hey, Stefan here. If you’re watching this video, you’ve
probably just downloaded one of my instrument patches. In this video I’m going to show
you how to install them. Please watch and listen carefully and you
should have no problems installing providing you are running the correct version of Logic
stated on the download. We will use my instrument patch Trap Attack in this example. Firstly make sure Logic Pro X is closed. Go to finder,
preferences, sidebar and make sure that your music folder is toggled on. Go to music and then audio music apps. It
should look something like this. But we only need two folders. Sampler Instruments and
Patches. Let’s look at the patches folder first.
Inside this folder you may find more folders depending on your activity within Logic and
what version of logic you are running. If there are folders I use in this video that
you do not have on your system do not worry. Simply create these folders yourself but be
sure to double check spelling and hierarchy which folder is inside which etc. Logic will
recognise these folders. As we are loading an Instrument Patch this
is the folder we want. Instrument. Our first install location. Now we know our first install location let’s
head over to the download itself. As you can see the download has two components.
A folder and a patch. The patch file is the instrument patch so lets grab that and drag that into
instrument. First part done. Now let’s come out of the
patches folder and go into the sampler instruments folder. With this window open let’s head
back to the download. And Inside this folder you’ll find the samples that make up the
instrument and an EXS24 instrument file. We want to drag this whole folder over and place
it inside the Sampler Instruments folder. And that’s it. Done. Now you can open Logic
Pro X. And then head over to Library and then User Patches and this is where you’ll find the user patches. I’ve been Stefan. Thank you for your support and as always – Happy Beat Making!