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I was to get a song that I created in logic into itunes. I know about how to bounce an audio file, but that creates an aif that's 60mb per song.
I know itunes uses m4a files, I just dont know how to create that and get it into itunes.
*want to get a song... I meant to say.
Can't you export as mp3?
convert in itunes?
In itunes right click on the file and there sould be a "create a mp3" option.
Before that you might want to set the correct import settings under Edit - Preferences - General
Alright I got the aif in itunes, but its still 60mb. I right click on it and all there is is a create aac version.
1. Set the correct import settings under Edit - Preferences - General (specify as MP3, set the bitrate at 192 or 320).
2. Drag the .aif in iTunes.
3. Right click on the imported file and there sould be a "create a mp3" option.
Now, can I get a cookie?
Nice man it worked. Never did this before. I dont have any cookies but ill give you a kiss. =X
Where can we hear this mighty piece of musical creativity?
LOL - I use Logic as well but couldn't figure this out either lately. The guy my band is recording with showed me the exact same thing above.