Original topic post is from Woe is me...
Woe is me...
My god, the stress I've been having with dear old Logic Pro 9 on my Macbook Pro w/ Snow Leopard. :P
I finally got good old Steve H's super drumomatron from the 'crazy beats' lesson working and doing all kinds of cool stuff with the ultrabeat tracks, and even set up a similar thing for some arpeggiated awesomeness.
â€¦until the midi data suddenly stopped sending. I didn't change a damned thing as far as I can tell, but in the environment window the 'monitor' object no longer shows any midi data coming out. Why would the midi data in the arrange window just suddenly stop working? The track's still there, the volume's turned upâ€¦ what gives? Nothing's on solo!
Speaking of midi data, my Korg Nano Midi controllers don't work with Logic, but paradoxically, work perfectly fine with Mainstage. I've installed the latest driver from Korg to no availâ€¦ does that mean they're just not compatible? Because frankly it's a little weird that they would work perfectly fine with Mainstage and then not even show up in the little window at the bottom of Logicâ€¦.
â€¦except when it does work. That's right, sometimes, for no reason, it will start working with Logic. Damned if I can figure out why.
Oh, and the last little problem, all of a sudden the bounce function has decided to stop 'bouncing' at around 20 seconds into the song, despite the 'end of song' marker being at the end of the song a full 4 mins in..
Woe is me! I hate these little niggling problems getting in the way of music!!!!