ski wrote:Alternatively, creating an audio track and selecting it (but not record-enabling it) seems to have a similar CPU-load-shifting effect.
When a Software Instrument track is selected in the Arrange window, Logic enters "Live Input Mode". In this mode, Logic turns on every plug-in in the channel strip's signal path so the channel strip can be played live from a MIDI controller. All of this must be handled by a single thread and therefore just one core. It's a good idea to keep a track that uses an Audio channel strip selected in the Arrange window, unless you're actively playing or recording to a Software Instrument.
ski wrote:when you're composing, everything's fine. But when you recall the same project, the artifacts start to crop up.
ski wrote:To your experience with the random, notes-played-out-of-time thing, I've only had that happen once with an MOR drum kit, but thankfully not more frequently. When it was happening it was driving me batty, tho, so I definitely feel your pain too.
BJG wrote:MIDI plug-ins that have surfaced the last few years, such as Xfer's LFO-Tool, and Cableguys Midishaper, are not fully functional in the AU format. This is were I first learned that the AU format cannot "send MIDI" without some mass wizardry.
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