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Logic X Disk is too slow or system overload

Discussion in 'Logic Pro X' started by Northside313, Jun 29, 2015.

  1. Northside313

    Northside313 New Member

    Hello users, I am getting a "disk is too slow or system overload" message in Logic Pro X. It happens during project playback from a transition from one audio recording to the next. In fact it seems that some of my audio recordings (analog synthesizer bounces) are corrupting the playback of Logic. When I deleted the offending analog recordings the track played back with no issues. I've heard it could be any number of things. Pretty sure I've narrowed it down to audio files that are causing it to happen. Would I be better off recording my analog synths in WAV as opposed to AIFF? Pretty strange that only some of my audio files are causing this to happen. Thanks.:lsaber:

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