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Regions being moved to random tracks and flex time bugs?

Henry Plawthiccens Jr.

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Hi, I've been running into (what I assume are) a couple of really frustrating bugs for a while and I'm wondering if anyone else has experienced this or has a solution. It's getting to the point where I'm considering jumping ship and learning a new DAW, which is not something I really want to do.


First bug:

-Sometimes I will discover (usually 10 minutes later after I'm finished with what I'm doing) that Logic has dragged a bunch of regions to the wrong tracks. I suspect this has something to do with a combination of duplicating a track, undoing and then redoing some things, and then dragging a region down as I have noticed that Logic will select multiple tracks when going back in the undo history. However this seems to be happening to tracks that I haven't touched in some time, and the regions it moves from the track seem to be random, i.e it's not moving every single region on the track but rather just a handful of them. This happens with both audio and MIDI tracks. I'm running into this very frequently but I can't seem to intentionally recreate the sequence of events that causes it. It's possible I'm just doing something wrong here but I've been using Logic for years and don't recall having this problem until pretty recently - probably the 10.4.x updates.


Second bug:

-Sometimes when switching flex time modes on a track, it will change every track in the session (even tracks that have flex time turned off) to that flex mode. This seems to happen most frequently when I switch to the "Speed (FX)" mode. Unfortunately this isn't undoable, so I have to be extremely diligent about saving before I change the flex mode. I'm guessing not a lot of people use that mode, maybe that's why I haven't found anything about this bug...


I don't think my signature is updated, but I'm on macOS 10.12.6 and Logic 10.4.1 currently.


Thank you!

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