Accidentally deleted Apple Loops folder.

Discussion in 'Digital Audio' started by northernmonkeyz, Dec 10, 2013.

  1. northernmonkeyz macrumors member


    Feb 15, 2011
    Here is what I have done.
    I added a load of 3rd party loops by dragging them into the loops folder in garageband.
    They were in a mess so I decided to uninstall garageband and completely deleted the apple loops all I have when I re-installed GB is the 3rd party loops and none of the pre-loaded apple ones.
    I don't even know where the 3rd party ones are stored to delete them!!

    Can anyone help me to get a clean install of GB with all of the loops that came with it?
    Do I need to create a new apple loops folder?

    When I go to library/audio/there is no loops/apple loops filer only -
    Impulse Responses
    MIDI Configurations
    MIDI Devices
    MIDI Drivers
    MIDI Patch Names

  2. Irishman macrumors 68030

    Nov 2, 2006
    I think you should be able to tell garageband to download and install the loops from the MAS - I recently did this and it worked fine, although it didn't give me good insight into what exactly it was doing, nor any progress bar, etc. But it worked. Eventually. LOL

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