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Logic 9 LOGIC 9.1.1 ULTRABEAT ISSUES

Discussion in 'Logic 9' started by djfantom, Apr 14, 2010.

  1. djfantom

    djfantom New Member

    ANYONE HAS ISSUE WITH ULTRABEAT...
    WHEN EVERYTHING IS ASSIGNED TO MAIN OUPUT IT PLAYS FINE WHEN I ASSIGN TO DIFFERENT OUTPUT IN ULTRABEAT THAN SOME OF THE SOUNDS DONT PLAY BACK RIGHT ANYONE KNOW HOW TO FIX THIS ISSUE ITS REALLY CRAZY I DIDNT HAVE THIS ISSUE BEFORE UPGRADING TO 9.1.1
     
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  3. Markdvc

    Markdvc Administrator Staff Member

    Please note, writing with your caps lock on makes reading your message more difficult, and is generally interpreted as shouting.

    kind regards

    Mark
     
  4. Eli

    Eli Senior member

    When you say some of the sounds don't play back right, what exactly do you mean by that? Are they some how being processed differently?
     
  5. djfantom

    djfantom New Member

    sorry about the cap locks lol
     
  6. djfantom

    djfantom New Member

    eli when its assigned to different output it sounds like some of the sounds are not playing in sync but when i switch the same sounds to the main outputs it sounds fine again
     
  7. Eli

    Eli Senior member

    Sounds like maybe you've got some latency inducing plug ins on some of the multi out aux channels; or somewhere in the signal pathway. Try setting your delay compensation to "All" and see if that solves the problem. If you in fact have no plug ins involved, then obviously the problem lies somewhere else.
     
  8. djfantom

    djfantom New Member

    yes Eli the delay compensation was set to "All" but i switched it to "Audio and software insturmnest" the problem just got swithed over to other sounds in Ultrabeat :(
     
  9. Eli

    Eli Senior member

    Good - we're getting somewhere! We've determined the problem is tied some how to plug ins and latency compensation :smashscreen:
     
  10. djfantom

    djfantom New Member

    its funny because i have the same amount of plug ins and audio tracks open on other projects and it works just fine its only this current project that is messing up and my computer is pretty fast and i have 20g ram in there also (Mac pro dual intel quad core)....
     
  11. Eli

    Eli Senior member

    It's most likely got nothing to do with the speed of your computer.

    Are you using any third party plug ins on any of the multi output auxes that possibly don't respond to latency compensation? Are the multi outs routed anywhere else with third party plug ins before they reach the stereo outputs?
     
  12. djfantom

    djfantom New Member

    yes i am using waves and UA plugins on the aux inserts before they reach stereo outputs...
     
  13. Eli

    Eli Senior member

    Try removing them and see if that effects the situation.
     
  14. djfantom

    djfantom New Member

    thanks Eli the problem was the plug ins and it was weird i deassign and reassigned the plug ins and it worked lol
     

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