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Logic Pro X: Logic only sees one USB audio interface device

If you install multiple USB audio interfaces of the same model, Logic only offers one of them in the Audio > Devices panel of the preferences. This occurs even if the device driver supports multiple instances of the device....

Q: I purchased MAC Sierra and Logic Pro X- I want to use my MBOX Pro audio interface but unable to find the correct chain of adapters and wires. The Mbox has 6 pin firewire - I can use Type A USB or lightning ports on back of MAC.

I purchased MAC Sierra and Logic Pro X- I want to use my MBOX Pro audio interface but unable to find the correct chain of adapters and wires. The Mbox has 6 pin firewire - I can use Type A USB or lightning ports on back of MAC....

Logic Pro X: Connect an audio interface

Using an audio interface , you can connect microphones, instruments, and other music equipment to your computer....

MainStage: Connect an audio interface

Using an audio interface , you can connect microphones, instruments, and other music equipment to your computer....

Combine multiple audio interfaces by creating an Aggregate Device

An Aggregate Device lets you use audio inputs and outputs from different devices at the same time with audio applications like Logic Pro X, GarageBand, MainStage, and most other Core Audio -compliant applications. Learn how to setup and use an Aggregate Device....

Logic Pro X: Project Audio Browser interface

The Project Audio Browser shows the audio files used in the project, with an overview of the regions from each audio file....

Logic Pro X: Audio File Editor interface

You can destructively edit audio files, time stretch and pitch shift audio , and perform other operations in the Audio File Editor....

Logic Pro X: Audio Track Editor interface

The Audio Track Editor displays the audio waveform of the regions on an audio track. You can copy, paste, move, trim, split, and join audio regions....

Logic Pro X: Audio File Editor interface overview

This section provides an overview of the Audio File Editor’s screen elements.

Logic Pro X 10.0 Release Notes

Stability and Reliability Includes various stability and reliability improvements, including, but not limited to: Logic Pro X should no longer quit unexpectedly when: Resizing a movie window while in full screen mode. Opening a Text Style window in the Score Editor. While making adjustments in the EXS Editor. Inserting notes in the Step Editor. Going back a large number of steps in the Undo History. Double-clicking the Drummer button in the Add New Track dialog. Selecting all audio files...

MainStage 3 release notes

MainStage might quit unexpectedly after downloading content. Resolves an issue that could cause CPU performance spikes and audio dropouts. Fixes an audio -input issue that caused the Record Enable button to be unavailable with some audio interfaces , including the M- Audio Fast Track Pro, M- Audio Plus, Blue Yeti USB mic, Alesis i02 Express, Avid Mbox, and Griffin iMic . Mappings to AppleScript again work properly. Screen Control graphics again properly update when receiving CC64 messages on MIDI channels...

Use Apple USB camera adapters with other USB devices

Learn how to use Apple USB Camera Adapters with USB devices.

Logic Pro X: Glossary

to a digital signal. ADAT Abbreviation for Alesis Digital Audio Tape. The ADAT is an eight-track digital multitrack cassette recorder that uses an S-VHS video tape to record audio at 16- or 20-bit depth. ADAT optical An optical interface for parallel transmission of eight audio channels via fiber optic cable. ADAT optical is a well-established standard for digital multichannel interfaces . AES/EBU Abbreviation for Audio Engineering Society/European Broadcasting Union. This association has a standard...

Q: After Installing High Sierra on my iMac my Audio Devices on the Firewire and USB ports are not working. It seems that the devices are not recognized. I would be grateful if somebody can give any help on it. Thanks!

After Installing High Sierra on my iMac my Audio Devices on the Firewire and USB ports are not working. It seems that the devices are not recognized. Can somebody give a advise how to manage it?...

Q: Copying iTunes music to a USB drive for car audio

Hi there I have been trying to copy my iTunes library to a USB Flash Drive which will then be plugged into my cars USB drive.   At the moment some tracks work & some tracks don't? I presume it may be something to do with what format the tracks have been saved in? I currently have iTunes set to import as apple lossless which I want to keep but maybe this is why they won't play on my USB drive?   Is there any way I can make all the tracks work on my car USB drive.   Thanks Andy...

Motion: Motion interface at a glance

Motion interface at a glance The Motion interface is divided into several functional areas. Project Browser When you open Motion, the Project Browser appears. Use this window to create new projects or open existing projects. For more information, see Create a new project. Motion window After you open a project via the Project Browser, the Motion window appears. Use this window to build, modify, and preview your motion graphics projects. By default, the Library and Inspector appear on the left...

Final Cut Pro X: Final Cut Pro interface overview

Final Cut Pro interface overview Here are the main areas of the Final Cut Pro window: Organize media in the Libraries sidebar and the browser Your imported media is available in events in your library. (An event is like a folder that contains clips and projects.) When you select an event in a library, its clips and projects appear in the browser on the right. You can reorganize your media however you like, and you can use the Libraries sidebar and the browser to manage, rate, sort, and add...

Logic Pro X: Logic Pro main window interface

Logic Pro main window interface You create and play projects in the Logic Pro main window. The main window is organized into different areas to help you focus on different aspects of your project, such as recording, arranging, and mixing. Buttons in the control bar show or hide different areas of the application. The main areas of the Logic Pro window include: Tracks area: Where you record audio and MIDI regions, add Apple Loops and other media files, and arrange the regions to build...

MainStage: Playback interface

The Playback interface resembles a hardware tape player.

Logic Pro X: Tracks area interface

The Tracks area is where you record and arrange audio and MIDI regions to create your project.

Logic Pro X: All Files Browser interface

All Files Browser interface The All Files Browser is available when Show Advanced Tools is selected in the Advanced preferences pane. You use the All Files Browser to locate all file types that can be used in a Logic Pro project. The All Files Browser displays the following file types found on your computer or any connected storage device: Logic Pro project files (including projects created with previous versions of Logic Pro) GarageBand projects Audio files QuickTime movies All file formats...

Logic Pro X: Media Browser interface

Media Browser interface Using the Media Browser, you can find and import songs from your iTunes library and movies from your Movies folder into a Logic Pro project. You can also import GarageBand projects into the current project. View buttons: Switch between Audio and Movies view. Audio view: Shows the audio files in your iTunes library and Music folder. Movies view: Shows the movie files in your Movies folder and iPhoto library. If you have Final Cut Pro X installed on your computer...

Logic Pro X: Smart Controls interface

Smart Controls interface Smart Controls let you quickly view and adjust the most important parameters of the selected track, without opening the Mixer or individual plug-in windows. Each Smart Control features a set of screen controls. Adjusting a single screen control can modify one or more channel strip or plug-in parameters for the track. Smart Control inspector: Choose a different layout, view existing mappings, map screen controls to parameters, and assign hardware controllers to screen...

Logic Pro X: Loop Browser interface

Loop Browser interface The Loop Browser makes it easy to find Apple Loops and add them to your project. You can browse for loops or search using various criteria, preview matching loops, and add them to your project by dragging them into the Tracks area. View buttons: Switch between column view, button view, and sound effects view. View pop-up menu: Choose which loops to display. You can display all available loops, or filter loops by Jam Pack or the user’s loop library. Search field: Type text...

MainStage: Loopback interface

The Loopback interface resembles a hardware tape-loop device.

Logic Pro X: Mixer interface

Mixer interface The Mixer shows the channel strips for every track in your project, including auxiliary and output channel strips, and the master channel strip. This makes it easy to see and adjust relative levels and pan (balance) positions. You can also add effects, mute and solo tracks, use busses and sends to control the signal flow, and use groups to control multiple channel strips. Channel strips: Use to process audio or MIDI information that is routed from tracks. Channel strip controls...

Compressor: Interface overview

Topic describes the Compressor interface .

Logic Pro X: Library interface

Library interface You can view available patches for the currently selected track, and choose a new patch, in the Library. Categories appear on the left, and patches for the selected category are displayed on the right. You can search for patches, create, save, and delete patches, and choose routing options. When a Drummer track is selected, you can choose drum genres and drummers in the Library, which apply to all regions in the Drummer track. You can choose preset settings for the selected...

Logic Pro X: Inspector interface

Inspector interface You can view and edit parameters for regions, tracks, and other items in the various inspectors. The parameters displayed depend on the type of item selected, and which working area has key focus. When you’re working in the Tracks area, the inspector displays region and track parameters and the inspector channel strips, as shown below: Region inspector: View and edit playback parameters, including transposition and quantization, for selected regions. Region parameters affect...

Logic Pro X: Connect a USB music keyboard

You can connect a USB music keyboard to your computer to play and record software instruments.