When you open GarageBand or Logic, it reads the content of that database and lists that information in the Loop Browser.
In some instances after an update to GarageBand or Logic some of the loops don't appear and you may be require to re-index the loops.
Reindexing Loops means, GarageBand or Logic creates (or updates) a database that lists all those Loops plus their Metatdata. That database is called
LoopsDatabaseV09.db which is stored in directory
~/Music/Audio Music Apps/LoopsDatabaseV09.db
- If your Apple Audio Loops do not appear or appear incomplete, please follow this article to re-index your loops: https://support.apple.com/en-gb/HT201368 Please note this is required on a per-user basis and can take up to 10 minutes to complete.
- If the above fails, please ensure GarageBand or Logic are closed and remove the following file:
~/Music/Audio Music Apps/LoopsDatabaseV09.dband re-launch GarageBand or Logic and follow step 1 to re-index your Apple Audio Loops.
If items are missing in the Sound Library Manager or Logic is prompting for an administrator login
Apple often release updated audio content with new versions of Logic Pro and GarageBand. When this happens, your datajar.mobi accelerator appliance may need to be "re-synced" so it has the latest installer packages for the new content, in order to deliver it to your Macs. Please raise a support request and ask us to re-sync your appliance.
Update - 4th December 2020:
We are currently aware of an issue with some of the content packages for Logic Pro X failing to install correctly when deployed through our .mobi platform. This results in the Sound Library Manager showing some content as "Incomplete". To resolve this, follow the instructions in the following article and use a local administrator account to install the missing items:
If you require further assistance, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.