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David Nahmani

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  1. There are two things you can set up using the Region inspector: settings that affect whatever region(s) is(are) currently selected, or if no regions are selected, default setting that affect any new region of that type (either MIDI or audio) that are recorded on any track. However you cannot have default settings that are different depending on the track, no: MIDI default settings or Audio defaults settings apply, respectively, to all MIDI or Audio regions recorded on any track in the project.
  2. I've never worked at 192kHz so I can't say for sure, but try to make it work in a 48kHz project to see if you can make it work as expected?
  3. https://www.keyboardmaestro.com/main/ Yes it would allow you to create macros that can be commanded with any simple MIDI events that locate the playhead to any bar number you want, so for example one MIDI event would locate the playhead to bar 9, another to bar 18, another to bar 27, etc. I suppose the clunky part is that you would see the Go To Position being displayed and auto-filled before the playhead moves, I'm not sure exactly how quick that would be.
  4. Yes, that's really the best workaround as far as the metronome is concerned.
  5. Can you try to save the file under a different name without underscore or spaces, as a test?
  6. It sounds like a 3rd party plug-in in demo mode. I would make a test copy of the project, and remove ALL plug-ins from the entire Mixer, see if that resolves the issue?
  7. Try these: Set Min/Max to 0 1 (instead of 0 127). Set Mode to Toggle.
  8. Perhaps a macro could be made in Keyboard Maestro along with the "Go To Position" key command?
  9. Don't mind me, just testing to see why this link does not embed: https://www.logicprohelp.com/forum/topic/121052-how-to-attach-files-to-your-post/
  10. I agree that the behavior is counter intuitive. If setting the panner to the center speaker as on your screenshot meant that the signal is routed only to the center speaker then it would make sense that you get no signal at all when C is turned off. But then why does signal appear in the Lm and Rm channels when you turn C back on? 😳
  11. You're welcome. As for your PDF, the best way I can think of would be to take a screen capture with one of the screenshots I shared in the same link.
  12. That is correct, PDFs cannot be embedded inside a message (that's really not a format meant for displaying visually on the web).
  13. Hi @jimrobson183 , did you end up figuring this one out? If not, feel free to attach a copy of your project here as des99 suggested, or we can try other things. Let us know, thanks! https://www.logicprohelp.com/forum/topic/121052-how-to-attach-files-to-your-post/
  14. You can just drag and drop your screenshot right into the text entry box here. See: https://www.logicprohelp.com/forum/topic/121052-how-to-attach-files-to-your-post/
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