JohnSmfifth Posted September 28, 2011 Share Posted September 28, 2011 Since updating to Lion OS X and having to update logic to 9.1.5 I have found time stretching is full of performance errors. After chopping up an audio file, I tried time stretching segments of it, but when I time stretched one part of it the processed part was replaced with the previous segment of audio that I had previously stretched, not the one I was stretching. I initially thought it was altering the pitch or something. But not the case. It did this repeatedly, the only way I found to make it do the process correctly was by creating a duplicate track and dragging the audio clip to that track, then when I time stretched the clip it worked as it should and I dragged it back to the original track. Also often it doesn't even react after stretching it just leaves the segment stretched but not processed, then when you play it returns to it's pre stretched size.... This is the first time i have got back into working on audio since upgrading and I am finding myself spending more time reporting on errors and problems than I am getting on with work.... Anyone else experience similar issues with logic 9.1.5 and Lion? Never had the slightest problem before, I have been using Logic for about 9 years, so no patronising responses please Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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