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Fix delay when recording 2 midi instrmts at once

Discussion in 'Logic Wishlist' started by jwinch88, Mar 14, 2011.

  1. jwinch88

    jwinch88 New Member

    This is really annoying.
     
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  3. Pete Thomas

    Pete Thomas Administrator Staff Member

    What is really annoying?
     
  4. jwinch88

    jwinch88 New Member

    Sorry - looks like I posted the end of a rant. Here's the problem:
    I want to simultaneously record an EXS24 bass with my left hand and an EVP88 piano with my right.
    So I:
    check "Auto demix by channel...." in the "Settings/Recording/MIDI" page
    set each track to its correct MIDI channel
    arm both tracks to record
    select track 1 or 2 in the arrangement window
    record the two tracks, playing both hands together on the downbeat

    The first note played on the un-selected track is always delayed noticeably, throwing my playing off. I have a couple of midi keyboards - they both do this. The only workaround I've found is to start the count-in a bar early and play a note with each hand to be thrown away.
    I'm using the latest version of Logic Pro 9 with an Apogee Duet.
     
  5. Eli

    Eli Senior member

    It's because they both need to receive a MIDI message to go into "live" mode. What happens if you play some notes after you arm them, before you hit record?
     
  6. jwinch88

    jwinch88 New Member

    The workaround seems to be to hit a mod wheel or something after pressing record and during the count-in, then go back and erase it. It's a pain.
     
  7. Eli

    Eli Senior member

    What happens if you arm the tracks by pressing the R button, playing a few notes, and _then_ hitting record?
     
  8. jwinch88

    jwinch88 New Member

    It only works if you play a few notes during the count-in, after you've hit record. Playing notes before hitting record doesn't help.
     

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