In addition to the stand-alone methods for transferring audio between Logic Pro and Revoice Pro, or using the basic AU Link plug-in, there are two methods that allow faster and more versatile ways of working.

From v3.3 of Revoice Pro and 10.3 of Logic it's possible to use a faster method of capture that takes advantage of Logic's Selection-Based Processing. The Revoice Pro plug-in is applied directly to specific regions in Logic, and processed audio is transferred back to Logic using drag and drop. 

From version 4.3 of Revoice Pro and version 10.6.1 of Logic it also possible to use the new RevoiceProLink AU (ARA) plug-in to link tracks in Logic to tracks in Revoice Pro. Audio is immediately transferred from Logic to Revoice Pro, with optional automatic process creation, and the processed audio immediately replaces the source audio in Logic.

An AU-based monitor plug-in is included with Revoice Pro that, once installed, allows you to hear audio playback from Revoice Pro through the DAW's audio outputs. It also lets Revoice Pro optionally lock to the DAW's playback with sample-accurate sync. This lets you check processed audio "in place" with DAW audio and video before you transfer it from Revoice Pro back to the DAW.

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Selection-based Processing

RevoiceProLink AU (ARA) plug-in

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