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Tommalone1982

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Hi

 

Was wondering if someone could help. I've just recently downloaded Logic Pro x and whenever I load up a software instrument, either be drums or synths, the right monitor and the level drop to barely audible after about 5mins of playing. When this happens I load in a audio part to test and the monitors are fine and so are the levels! Just seems to happen when a software instrument is loaded! Anybody have an idea what it could be?

 

Thanks in advance

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Was wondering if someone could help. I've just recently downloaded Logic Pro x and whenever I load up a software instrument, either be drums or synths, the right monitor and the level drop to barely audible after about 5mins of playing. When this happens I load in a audio part to test and the monitors are fine and so are the levels! Just seems to happen when a software instrument is loaded! Anybody have an idea what it could be?

 

Select one of your MIDI regions and open the Event list. Look for Control messages either 7, 10 or 11. (Volume, Pan or Expression).

Delete those. 

Choose File Project Settings > MIDI > Input Filters and enable Control Changes.

 

Will that work for this project?

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That really sounds very strange to me.

Could be an audio driver issue.

What kind of MIDI controller do you use?

 

Just so that we are on the same page.

You play with a Logic software instrument and suddenly it will cut out on one monitor.

You can then play an audio file and everything is ok.

What happens if you return to the same instrument again. Is everything ok for a while and then suddenly: POOF! ?

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This is a filter that will filter out unwanted messages.

There's probably one glitchy knob/fader on your controller that is sending a CC10 message when you play your keybed too hard or something along those lines.

 

The setting you just used is project specific so you may want to save this project as a template to avoid further issues.

That way you can always start new projects from this template without having to bother with remembering to enable it.

 

Hope that helps.

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