I’m just now in a situation juggling 30+ tracks, many with cryptic project names and different styles. In order to keep myself sane I’m always bouncing a sub-set of the Logic project into the Bounces folder. So when I hunt around trying to remember what a certain Logic project was all about, all I do is to play back the bounced entry in the Finder view to refresh my mind.
I use AAC 192kpbs as there’s no need to dump a whole uncompressed WAV or AIFF file. Also remember that if you do in Logic a range selection, that will be honored when you do the bounce. So it’s all very quick: I select a representation of the song as a selection, open the bounce menu, select AAC with my default values, bounce, job done.
Here’s an example of a quick bounce I did: — anyway this is an MP3 file as I wanted to export samples of one of my odd/new directions, doing four-chord guitar music. Line6 PodFarm is fun fun fun.