ski wrote:Anyone running AMT8's or Unitor 8's under Logic 8? Would like to hear if you've experienced any problems as someone has reported over on the Apple/Logic8 forum
paulm wrote:Just installed logic studio and trying to get my mackie control universal to work.
fader8 wrote:paulm wrote:Just installed logic studio and trying to get my mackie control universal to work.
Out of curiousity, have you tried booting the MCU into Logic Control mode and then trying a manual install as a Logic Control instead of a Mackie Control?
My Logic Controls are working perfectly here, so it makes me wonder . . .
paulm wrote:When you say booting in logic control mode, could you tell me how one achieves that?
fader8 wrote:paulm wrote:When you say booting in logic control mode, could you tell me how one achieves that?
Turn off the MCU. Hold down channel 1 & 2 Select buttons while you power it up. After the fader calibration, the display should show Select Operating Mode: -Logic Ctrl- or -Mackie Ctrl-. Yours will probably have HUI as an option too. Push in the Vpot to select LC.
paulm wrote:I have done that. In the apple audio midi window I only see my m-audio radium 49 and can see my firewire solo interface.? Should it be there?
fader8 wrote:paulm wrote:I have done that. In the apple audio midi window I only see my m-audio radium 49 and can see my firewire solo interface.? Should it be there?
No. You would never see it there as it doesn't have a driver that it installs for CoreMIDI. As long as your M-Audio driver shows up, you're golden.
Turn the MCU off, launch Logic 8, open Control Surfaces, Setup. Turn on the MCU. Does it announce and install itself about 5 seconds later? If not, manually add it from the New-Install menu and dialog and set the ports yourself.
paulm wrote:Ok done that and it does not auto recognize the trouble is though when i try and add it manually then select the ports there are no ports for me to select only the radium controller.
paulm wrote:Done it. Reinstalled the firewire drivers and noticed there was a little upgrade 1.2.2 (d) so that has done the trick. Thanks for help mate.
I'm not an experienced user and I had to move my things, inncluding my Mac Pro (not by choice, I was hit by 2 cars and wound up in the hospital for 50 days).
Thankfully, I'm alive today and, more to the point, just installed the LP 8 upgrade. Manily, I record auio and soft synths. Since my M-Auido external sound card/MIDI interface is in a box somewhere, I just installed, for the time being, my USB MIDI keyboard to Logic 7.2 and would listen to the soft synth output through the Mac Pro internal audio out (actually, through headphones connected to the Mac Pro).
After I upgraded, I can see that soft syths record output, but I can no longer hear it through the headphones.
I didn't change any of the settings, either in Logic or in the Auido/MIDI set-up. What went wrong? What setting do I need to re-set??
Thanks for any replies and apologies for my relative ignorance on this (I'm rather new at this: I had just bought the Mac Pro in May and was planning on recording all summer, but wound up the hospital instead).
rjtemple wrote:When I find a bug, does Apple appreciate getting info about it? Is there an email address I should send the info to?