If the Apple Loops Utility isn't available in Logic Pro X

Logic Pro X 10.4 or later on macOS High Sierra or later no longer supports the Apple Loops Utility.

If you're using Logic Pro X 10.4 or later on macOS High Sierra or later, "Open in Apple Loops Utility" won't appear in the Functions pop-up menu.* In Logic Pro X 10.4 or later on macOS High Sierra or later, you can add and tag loops in the Apple Loops browser, and manipulate the loops using Flex Time. 

For more advanced loop editing, try Loop Editor from Aurchitect.

* Logic Pro X on macOS Sierra supports the Apple Loops Utility.

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