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Once recorded properly tracks are hidden while audible

Discussion in 'Logic Pro X' started by Chuchi, May 18, 2014.

  1. Chuchi

    Chuchi New Member

    :(Hi,

    I am facing a new situation that never occurred in the past with Logic 9. :( When I record an audio file "vocal for example", I can see the wave form normally appearing in red/white during the recording process. Once record is off, the track become empty with an horizontal line while the audio is there :eeek:.
    To be able to see the wave form, I need to go to the audio file menu of the file editor (not track editor) and click on " refresh overviews"
    This is an extremely boring situation :angryfire:. Does anyone know if it this process can be done "automatically" for all recorded tracks in the general preferences or should we need to do tracks after tracks:confused:

    Thanks a lot for your kind help.
    Christian
     
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  3. Eli

    Eli Senior member

    Are you working within take folders? Are you punching in? Is it possible you are experiencing some unexpected comps being created?
     
  4. CCTMusic

    CCTMusic New Member

    Hi

    Check Preferences: Audio: Devices:Recording delay

    What is it set to?


    CCT
     
  5. Chuchi

    Chuchi New Member

    Thanks a lot, I am not a native English speaker and do not hae the software in English but in French. I've attached screenshots so that you may understand ..if I understood the questions:redface:

    The delay is in accordance of the audiointerface..or do you mean, the time elapsed before Logic start to record..

    Thanks a lot

    Christian
     

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  6. CSeye

    CSeye Senior member

    Hello,

    What happens if you set the Recording Delay to "0" which is the default value?

    Your screen shot shows a setting of 5000 samples with the slider all the way to the right.
     

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