I've downloaded the complete Logic Pro X sound library on my Macbook Pro which takes around 57GB space. I've also gone through this tutorial which says how to back up the sound library, so that you don't have to download it from scratch for a new installation. The essential idea is to:
copy EXS Factory Samples and Ultrabeat Samples folders from Macintosh HD > Library > Application Support > Logic.
copy Apple Loops from Macintosh HD > Library > Audio > Apple Loops > Apple.
In my case I've seen the Logic folder takes around 39GB, and Apple Loops takes 5GB. I've verified step 2, so restoring Apple Loops from a backup works fine. But for step 1, those two folders consume around 25GB, while the Alchemy Samples folder in same directory [Logic] is of size 14GB.
So, my question is, can I take backup for the whole Logic folder instead of backing up only those two folders, so that it can be restored later?