The Sound Library contains all the sounds for the software instruments included with Logic Pro and MainStage. If you've installed Logic Pro and MainStage on the same Mac, both apps share the same Sound Library. When you move the Sound Library, it moves the Sound Library for both apps.
Only the Sound Library is moved—Apple Loops, Impulse Responses, and third-party content stay in their original locations on your Mac. If you want to move third-party content, check with the manufacturer for their recommendations.
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If you're installing Logic Pro for the first time and you want to use an external drive for the Sound Library, first download the Essential Content to the system drive of your Mac. Then move the content to the external drive. When you download additional Sound Library content, Logic Pro automatically downloads it to the external drive.
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Make sure to click Allow when Logic Pro asks for permission to access an external drive.
You can move the Sound Library to an external drive from Logic Pro or MainStage. You can store libraries on an external storage device such as a Thunderbolt drive, a USB drive, or a FireWire drive formatted as APFS or MacOS Extended (Journaled). You can’t store your library on an external drive or other disk used for Time Machine backups.
You can't share a Sound Library between Mac computers. If you have more than one Mac running Logic Pro or MainStage, each Mac needs its own Sound Library.
Don't rename the external drive after you've moved your library. If you do, Logic Pro and MainStage won't be able to find the Sound Library.
If you get an error that says content can't be relocated, give Logic Pro access to your external drive.
After you've moved the Sound Library to an external drive, you might want to move it back to your Mac. For example, you might have a performance and you don't want to bring an external drive.
When you download additional Sound Library content for Logic Pro or MainStage from Apple, it's installed in the new location. To download additional content, choose Logic Pro X > Open the Sound Library, select the content you want to download, then click Install. To install all content, click Select All Uninstalled, then click Install.
If you open Logic Pro or MainStage without the external drive containing the Sound Library, you can choose what you want to do.