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    Joined: May 28th, 2020
    Tap Tempo Dialogue Box keeps appearing
    I have a Roland HP704 Digital Piano plugged into my iMac using a USB cable to trigger the midi in Logic Pro. Whilst playing stuff into logic on the Piano I am constantly getting the following dialogue box appearing 'Would you like to enable Tap Tempo? Click “OK” to select Auto-enable External Sync and Tap Tempo in Project Settings > Synchronization > General. Note that Tap Tempo may cause the MIDI sequencer to play out of sync with previously recorded audio.' See attached screenshot Any ideas on how I can stop this from happening? Thanks in advance,
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  • Joe A
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    Joined: Oct 1st, 2013
    Re: Tap Tempo Dialogue Box keeps appearing
    Hmm.. Well, first make sure Sync Mode is set to "Internal" and that the "Auto-enable External Sync and Tap Tempo" Setting is in fact un-checked [both in Project Settings > Synchronization > General] Some other possible things to look at.. - Maybe also check to see that there's no key command enabled that might cause Tap Tempo to be called up.. - Maybe un-check "Tempo Recording" in the Tempo Interpreter window [Edit menu > Tempo >] - Maybe check to see if the Roland is seen by Logic as a Control Surface and is transmitting some kind of Tempo command [Logic menu > Control Surfaces > Setup...] - Maybe check all the other Synchronization tabs in Project Settings > Synchronization > ? If you disconnect the Roland and try playing into Logic from a different keyboard, do you still get that message? If not, then the Roland must be transmitting something [some MIDI/sync message].. - Maybe try turning off the onboard sequencer/recorder in the Roland..? - Maybe try turning off Bluetooth on the Roland..? https://static.roland.com/assets/media/pdf/HP704_702_eng01_W.pdf Of course try all the usual troubleshooting steps -- power the computer down/up; try working in a brand new empty Logic Project [not a previous template]; etc.. Maybe someone else who uses that keyboard will have a definitive answer, but if not I guess you may have to do some further troubleshooting -- the first thing I'd try would be to work with a different keyboard for a bit, to confirm if the problem is specific to the Roland..
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