I have done the same
I might have to make an eye candy sensational video with bold capitals saying 'LOGIC IS BROKEN, DON'T BUY IT', being as its the 21st century and matter of fact things seem to be less effective.
logness wrote:NOT FIXED in 10.5!!! I'm speechless.
"Logic side-chain bug"
create track “audio 1”
create track “audio 2”
route track “audio 1” over “bus 1” to “aux 1”
insert latency inducing plugin “Linear Phase EQ” into “aux 1”
route “aux 1” over “bus 2” to “aux 2”
route track “audio 2” over “bus 3” to “aux 3”
insert plugin “Compressor” to “aux 3”
change side chain of the compressor to “bus 2”
put a identical drum-loop on both tracks
audio 1 <-> audio 2 are NOT in sync
ozinga wrote:It is probably not possible with the current audio engine. Otherwise makes no sense for them not to fix it with 10.5 which has tons of fixes.
dylanjb wrote:ozinga wrote:It is probably not possible with the current audio engine. Otherwise makes no sense for them not to fix it with 10.5 which has tons of fixes.
Perhaps not, but if that’s the case then Apple shouldn’t state that Logic applies plug-in delay compensation to the playhead in their release notes. There is no excuse, especially when other DAW manufacturers can make it work in their products. If this is an oversight, it sure is one big oversight! What’s going on Apple? Would really appreciate it if someone over there could perhaps chime in or at least enlighten us on the current situation. If not, I too will be moving to Cubase.