I recently purchased Logic Pro X, and I'd like to know how to use an ocarina as a digital instrument within the program. I've done some extensive searching, but as yet have found nothing helpful online. Help would be much appreciated.

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  • A real Ocarina, or a digital one that exists only within Logic Pro X? – PeteCon Nov 20 '18 at 19:13
  • Digital. Article clarified. Apologies, I'm rather new to music in general. – Legoman Nov 20 '18 at 19:55
  • Have you tried searching the Logic Pro X Library for "ocarina"? It might not include an ocarina sample or virtual instrument. – Todd Wilcox Nov 20 '18 at 20:34

Logic Pro X does not include an ocarina sample or virtual instrument. You will either have to buy or find a free download for either an ocarina virtual instrument or sample library to load into EXS24.

If you want to stick with the included Logic Pro X sounds, I would search the Library for "recorder" and use the Medieval Recorder sound. It's pretty close to an ocarina.

  • Could you perhaps suggest a site to search for the missing instrument? – Legoman Nov 20 '18 at 22:22

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