Becuase software can’t even mimic a moderately decent drummer as far as interpretation goes. But software is by far a better choice than a crummy off tempo drummer. software is dead solid on tempo, which is paradoxically one of their downsides
Disconnect anything you aren’t using too. My problem may have been issues with an apogee interface I had connected but wasn’t using. Many of my phantom problems were issues with that (it had a bad port connection).
I had slowdowns that would occur sometime after using logic for a while, usually when on the same project for a long time (but that may just be coincidental, due to being on a project for a long time). Restarting my audio interface would fix it. Eventually went away. Not sure exactly how. Try starti...
Try putting the regions on other tracks. Pack the folder with empty tracks (no regions). Then move regions to the packed folder. I don’t know if this works but it would seem weird if logic changed color of regions just when moving them.
Be careful when doing real time bounces not to touch anything in the mixer (or elsewhere) as everything is still active during a real-time bounce (allowing for real-time adjustments during the bounce).
Subscriptions can be cancelled at any time. So that theory isn’t completely accurate. If they just stop trying, they’ll loose subscribers. But I do agree they won’t need to try as hard as they would to sell new versions. But certainly would have to try harder than spending ten years not charging for...
As far as compressed drum machine... even if they were compressed, compression used right can pull stuff together, shape and make punchier (or less punchy), and all sorts of things, regardless of what the source is.
Maybe try using hearing aid and lowering volume in that side until feedback goes away. Another option is to have her use only one side of the headphones to monitor (on the good side). You’ll need to set up a mono headphone mix for her and cut volume from unused side. In this scenario she can try bot...
If you include mixer steps in undo history you can set it then make the changes to set it somewhere else. Now use control Z to go back to the previous setting. If you want to go back and forth use undo/redo.
You want to know how to determine the numerical value of the position of the panned sides? I don’t have an answer to that specifically as I never found a need for it because I mostly just use my ears. But you can use automation to see the value of parameters. Also maybe visible in the event list.