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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

to your computer Do one of the following: Connect an audio interface to your computer’s Thunderbolt, USB, or FireWire port. Connect an audio interface to a PCIe (Peripheral Component Interconnect Express) card installed in your computer. PCIe provides extremely high bandwidth and fast data transfer rates, allowing you to record and play back large numbers of files at the highest possible sample rates and bit depths. Connect an audio interface to an ExpressCard/34 slot installed in your computer. ExpressCard/34

MainStage: Connect an audio interface

Do one of the following: Connect an audio interface to your computer’s Thunderbolt, USB, or FireWire port. Connect an audio interface to a PCIe (Peripheral Component Interconnect Express) card installed in your computer. PCIe provides extremely high bandwidth and fast data transfer rates, allowing audio input and output at the highest possible sample rates and bit depths. Connect an audio interface to an ExpressCard/34 slot installed in your computer. ExpressCard/34 supports both PCIe and USB 2.0

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

If you want to use multiple instances of a USB audio device in Logic, you must create an Aggregate Device comprising each instance of the audio hardware in Audio MIDI Setup. For information on how to create and configure an aggregate device, see this article. Once you created the Aggregate Device, select it as the input and output device Audio > Devices in Logic's preference panel.

Combine multiple audio interfaces by creating an Aggregate Device

You can create Aggregate Device to increase the number audio inputs and outputs available at the same time. You can also use an Aggregate Device if your application doesn't support separate input and output devices. With Logic Pro, GarageBand, and MainStage, you can use a separate device for input and output. For example, you can use a USB microphone for input and the headphone jack of your Mac for output. Some applications not manufactured by Apple don't support separate input and output

FireWire Audio Driver Update 1.0.8

This update is recommended for users of FireWire audio devices built on the BridgeCo Enhanced Breakout Box (BeBoB), including the FA-101 from Roland/Edirol.

Logic Pro X: Project Audio Browser interface

Project Audio Browser interface The Project Audio Browser shows the audio files used in the project, and displays an overview of the regions derived from each audio file. You can add, edit, delete, and rename audio files and regions in the Project Audio Browser. The Project Audio Browser is available when Show Advanced Tools is selected in the Advanced preferences pane. File path: Shows the location of the audio file. Name column: Displays audio files by name. Click the disclosure triangle

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: I am importing video from a camcorder via a firewire and a thunderbolt converter to iMovie 10.1.8. The video is transferring fine but the audio is not. I have done all the above suggestions. What else could be the problem? I need the audio too. Thank

I am importing video from a camcorder to via a firewire and a thunderbolt converter into iMovie 10.1.8 The video is transferring just fine, but I have no audio in iMovie. I have researched and tried the apple support ideas to rectify this...with no luck. (also opened the .mov files in quick in quicktime player and there is no audio ) Thanks for your help!

Logic Pro X: Audio Track Editor interface

Audio Track Editor interface The Audio Track Editor displays the audio waveform of the regions on an audio track. In the Audio Track Editor, you can copy, paste, move, trim, split, and join audio regions. Using the Audio Track Editor grid, you can precisely align edits with specific points in time. Audio Track Editor menu bar: Contains menus with region editing commands and functions, as well as buttons for Flex editing, selecting editing tools, and zooming the editor. Audio Track Editor

Logic Pro X: Audio File Editor interface

Audio File Editor interface The Audio File Editor is only available when Additional Options for both Audio and Advanced editing are selected in the Advanced preferences pane. It displays the audio waveform of regions on an audio track. In the Audio File Editor, you can destructively edit audio files (and regions), and use audio processing tools to quantize audio , change sample rates, and extract MIDI grooves from audio files. The Audio File Editor has its own ruler, playhead, and zoom slider

Logic Pro X: Audio File Editor interface overview

Audio File Editor interface overview The Audio File Editor contains the following elements. Waveform overview: Shows a miniature view of the entire audio waveform. Click different parts to focus them in the waveform display underneath. Waveform display: Shows a detailed view of the waveform area selected in the waveform overview. Transient Editing Mode button: Analyzes the audio file for transient events, and marks them. You can increase or decrease the number of events detected using

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?

Quadra 610: Technical Specifications

Quadra 610 Logic Board Ports Power Processor: 601, 50 PMMU: integrated FPU: integrated Data Path: 64, 25 L1 Cache: 32K L2 Cache: 1MB 2nd Processor: 68040, 50/25 MHz Slots: PDS filled Notes: This configuration is achieved by installing the Power Macintosh Upgrade Card. USB: ADB: 2 Video: DB-15 Floppy: none SCSI: DB-25 Geoports: Ethernet: AAUI-15 FireWire : Mic Type: Omni AirPort Ready: Other Ports: Printer Modem Speaker , Max Watts: 210 Amps: 1.7 BTU per Hr: 718.2 Voltage: 100-240 Freq

Macintosh Quadra 610: Technical Specifications

Macintosh Quadra 610 Logic Board Ports Power Processor: 68040, 25 PMMU: integrated FPU: optional Data Path: 32, 25 L1 Cache: 8K L2 Cache: none 2nd Processor: opt. Intel 486SX-25 Slots: one 7� NuBus or PDS Notes: Some units shipped with a 68LC040 processor (no FPU), and some shipped with a full 68040 processor. USB: ADB: 2 Video: DB-15 Floppy: none SCSI: DB-25 Geoports: Ethernet: AAUI-15 FireWire : Mic Type: Omni AirPort Ready: Other Ports: Printer Modem Speaker , Max Watts: 210 Amps: 1.7

GarageBand for iOS (iPhone, iPod touch): Record sounds with the Audio Recorder

distortion. Drag the In slider up or down to set the input level. The In slider is available if your input source supports software level control. If the input device supports left and right channels, tap Left or Right to select the input channel. When you finish, tap Done. Set the input level automatically When an external microphone or other audio device (such as a headset or an audio interface ) is connected to your device, the input level can be set automatically. Tap the Input button , then tap

GarageBand for iOS (iPad): Record sounds with the Audio Recorder

again more softly) to prevent distortion. Drag the In slider up or down to set the input level. The In slider is available if your input source supports software level control. If the input device supports left and right channels, tap Left or Right to select the input channel. Set the input level automatically When an external microphone or other audio device (such as a headset or an audio interface ) is connected to your device, the input level can be set automatically. Tap the Input button , then tap

Motion: Slip, slide, and trim audio tracks in the Audio Timeline

Slip, slide, and trim audio tracks in the Audio Timeline The Audio Timeline provides a view of audio elements over time. The audio tracks appear as green bars with the audio waveform superimposed on the bar, and can be edited like other objects in the Timeline. The Audio Timeline uses the same ruler, buttons, and other controls as the Timeline. For more information on the Timeline interface , see Timeline overview. When you import an audio file, its start point is placed at the start

Macintosh Quadra 610 DOS Compatible: Technical Specifications

Macintosh Quadra 610 DOS Compatible Logic Board Ports Power Processor: 68040, 25 PMMU: integrated FPU: optional Data Path: 32, 25 L1 Cache: 8K L2 Cache: none 2nd Processor: Intel 486SX-25 Slots: PDS filled USB: ADB: 2 Video: DB-15 Floppy: none SCSI: DB-25 Geoports: Ethernet: AAUI-15 FireWire : Mic Type: Omni AirPort Ready: Other Ports: Printer Modem Speaker , Port Notes: PC game port also available. Max Watts: 210 Amps: 1.7 BTU per Hr: 718.2 Voltage: 100-240 Freq Range: 47-63 Hz Battery

Macintosh Centris 610: Technical Specifications

Macintosh Centris 610 Logic Board Ports Power Processor: 68LC040, 20 PMMU: integrated FPU: none Data Path: 32, 20 L1 Cache: 8K L2 Cache: none 2nd Processor: none Slots: one 7� NuBus or PDS USB: ADB: 2 Video: DB-15 Floppy: none SCSI: DB-25 Geoports: Ethernet: opt. AAUI-15 FireWire : Mic Type: Omni AirPort Ready: Other Ports: Printer Modem Speaker , Max Watts: 86 Amps: 1.7 BTU per Hr: 294.12 Voltage: 100-240 Freq Range: 47-63 Hz Battery Type: 3.6V lithium Pass Through: yes Memory Video

Logic Pro X: Play audio files in the Audio File Editor

The Prelisten channel strip is located to the right of the highest-numbered audio channel strip. Important: Some audio interface hardware can layer direct current (DC) over the audio signal. This results in a vertical shift of the waveform position that can be clearly seen in the Audio File Editor. It can also cause crackling sounds at the start and end of the audio region during playback. Choose Functions > Remove DC Offset to center the waveform around the zero amplitude line. Audio File Editor playback

GarageBand for iOS 2.0.x (iPhone, iPod touch): Record sounds with the Audio Recorder

If the input device supports left and right channels, tap Left or Right to select the input channel. When you are finished, tap Done. Reduce unwanted noise Tap the Input button , then turn the Noise Gate on. Drag the Noise Gate slider until the noise stops or decreases to an acceptable level. When you are finished, tap Done. Turn on monitoring for an external microphone When an external microphone or other audio device (such as a headset or an audio interface ) is connected to your device, a Monitor switch

GarageBand for iOS 2.0.x (iPad): Record sounds with the Audio Recorder

If the input device supports left and right channels, tap Left or Right to select the input channel. Reduce unwanted noise Tap the Input button , then turn the Noise Gate on. Drag the Noise Gate slider until the noise stops or decreases to an acceptable level. Turn on monitoring for an external microphone When an external microphone or other audio device (such as a headset or an audio interface ) is connected to your device, a Monitor switch appears below the Noise Gate controls. Tap the Input button . Tap

Aperture 3.x: Glossary

additive color Images with color elements derived from the light source itself. RGB is a common form of additive color. See also RGB. adjustment Any change to the appearance of an image. See also brushed adjustment. Adobe RGB (1998) A color profile commonly used for printing. See also color space. album A type of container in the Aperture library that holds only versions. You can create albums at either the project level or within a project. There are specialized types of albums, including

Logic Pro X 10.0 Release Notes

The output of Auxiliary channel strips assigned to Tracks will now generate audio files when using any of the following Export menu options: "Region as Audio File," "Track as Audio File," or "All Tracks as Audio Files." Logic now supports up to 24 processing threads on computers with 12 cores. All menu items related to Snap, Alignment Guides, and "Snap to Grid" settings have been consolidated into the Snap menu in the Main window. It is now possible to activate/deactivate multiple plug-ins on a channel

Final Cut Pro X: Glossary

Glossary 4:3 The aspect ratio for standard-definition (SD) broadcast video. The ratio of the width to the height of the visible area of the video frame is 4:3, or 1.33. See also standard-definition (SD). 16:9 A widescreen aspect ratio for video. The ratio of the width to the height of the visible area of the video frame is 16:9, or 1.78. The 16:9 aspect ratio is used for high-definition (HD) video. See also high-definition (HD). AAC (Advanced Audio Coding) Also called MPEG-4 Audio . A standard

Logic Pro X: Audio devices overview

Audio devices overview Logic Pro works with Core Audio –compliant audio devices, including Thunderbolt, FireWire , USB, ExpressCard, and PCI audio interfaces . You can connect microphones, electric musical instruments, and other musical equipment to your computer, or to an audio interface or other audio device. Logic Pro supports input from digital audio interfaces up to a maximum sample rate of 192 kHz, and a maximum bit depth of 24 bits. If you use an audio interface to connect instruments

If you see an audio and MIDI sync alert in Logic Pro X

Logic Pro gives this alert when the sample rate of an incoming audio signal doesn't match the project's sample rate, or if the sample rate fluctuates. It appears most often when using an external audio interface , an external sync device, or plug-ins. Follow the recommendations in this article to keep the alert from interrupting your session. After each recommendation, try playing back your project to see if the alert still appears. If it does, try the next recommendation until the alert no

Audio MIDI Setup: How to test for MIDI function

Open the Audio MIDI Setup application. Click the MIDI Devices tab. Click the Test Setup button—the button turns blue and the cursor turns into a pair of musical notes. With Test Setup engaged, you can test your MIDI setup's output ports and attached MIDI controllers. To test a MIDI interface's MIDI Out port, click the output port (the upside down triangle) on its corresponding icon in the Audio MIDI Setup configuration window. The output port icon turns red, and AMS sends MIDI data

Macintosh: Solutions for noise in the audio signal

are most often found on professional USB audio interfaces , FireWire audio interfaces , mixers, and amplifiers. Unbalanced Most consumer audio and video equipment has unbalanced inputs that use either coaxial (RCA) connectors or 3.5 mm connectors. A coaxial cable has two wires. One wire carries the audio signal, and the other is the shield or ground wire, which carries the ground. This means that a stereo signal requires two cables, one for right and one for left. 3.5 mm connectors usually contain