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  1. Serj Tankian (System of a Down/Film Composer) s3Kf2OV9Cvg
  2. Works perfectly, this is a great workaround, for now. Thanks!
  3. I noticed that every time when I save a custom Quick Sampler instrument, Logic makes a copy of the sample(s) used. I don't want Logic to do that. My custom Quick Sampler work fine without the duplicate copies... I went ahead and deleted the duplicates from Plug-In Settings/Quick Sampler/Samples and all my custom QS instruments still work perfectly. My question is, how do I tell Logic to not save the samples when creating custom QS instruments? I've searched high and low for the setting, checked the QS preferences as well as Logic's general preferences but I can't seem to find anything relevant. Hope someone here can chime in!
  4. Sounds like you either have Auto Select Locators switched On or you're using the Set Locators/Rounded Locators by Regions/Events/Marquee and Enable Cycle/Loop key command instead of the regular Set Locators/Rounded Locators by Regions/Events/Marquee (which is what I use)
  5. Matt Berry https://www.soundonsound.com/people/matt-berry
  6. Here's a GIF I made so you can see what I'm talking about: I added one more command to the macro, Forward (by 1 bar).
  7. I don't have Cycle on throughout either. It's completely off the entire time that I'm executing the macro. Both "Set Locators by Regions" and "Move Locators Backwards by Cycle Length" work even without the Cycle turned on.
  8. Works perfectly, THANK YOU! EDIT: Just wanted to point out that "Toggle Cycle Mode off" isn't needed in this macro, it works without that command.
  9. Just checked this out, really cool stuff! I don’t use KB though... could you please explain the set of commands that go into “Region End to Playhead”? My crude way of doing this is simply zooming in and nudging by samples until the Region end or end of the waveform touches the Playhead. I do use Better Touch Tool so I can set up my own macro.
  10. Plus there's a plethora of third party lightning cables available in the market, you're not restricted to just the official Apple cables. Anker is a very good brand and sells lightning cables for example.
  11. Which is exactly why it should work pretty well in the long run. It's not like you're moving the Trackpad around millions of times a day, it's just going to sit there, stationary.
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