Logic pro x input monitoring during recording free.Recording in Logic Pro 10 – Input Monitoring Issue
Logic pro x input monitoring during recording free
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You are using an out of date browser. It may not display this or other websites correctly. You should upgrade or use an alternative browser. Thread starter thematriculater Start date Dec 3, Hi All, This is my first post here so I hope I put this post in the right place Problem: When recording an audio track in Logic, I hear the output from the Axe in the monitors – the signal is much louder than all other tracks.
I know I can just turn down the Master and Level knobs in whatever preset I’m using to match the desired volume for my recordings, but What I’m getting at here is to be able to record the Axe’s output but to control that incoming signal with the faders in Logic.
Otherwise, I’d have to adjust the volume on the Axe for the desired track each time I record a guitar part I tried to make this post clear and concise.
I’m also a new guy on the forums, so go easy on the beat-ups for now. I’d really appreciate your help! JT2 Inspired. I’m interested in this fix. Click to expand Jleavitt Inspired. I always have input monitoring off in Logic for the track I am recording. I use the faders in Logic to control clipping as the tracks stack up. Hope that’s on point to your question! Bakerman Axe-Master. Avoid placing FXL in last column if possible, or if you need to, just turn its output level to minimum.
Further Explanation and Possible Solution Jleavitt said:. Evz Inspired. Does your Axe output show any clipping in the axefx display? If you have your amp block levels fixed in the axe for live use or to a personal preference, I would suggest using Logic’s track volume fader to control the axe input level.
Are you monitoring your Daw through your mac, or sending the whole output to the axe and monitoring through the axe? Bakerman said:. Bakerman got it! No sound is emitted when playing without monitoring and, when input monitoring is activated, the signal comes through clear. Thanks a ton, guys! Iain Hamilton New Member. Iain Hamilton said:. Having this exact issue, can anyone help explain how to do any of the above to an utter noob Thanks.
Input Monitoring in Logic Pro X.Logic pro x input monitoring during recording free
Apr 29, · My auto input and software monitoring are both checked also, again monitoring works right on previously created tracks. The only thing that’s different is this week I got a DJ Controller and I was using that on Serato for the last couple days and now going back to logic for the first time in a few days and this is happening. This quick video will show you how to take advantage of software vs. direct monitoring if you want to hear plug-in effects in real time as you are recording. Have you ever had trouble trying to practice a part before recording the audio, but you can’t hear it(or monitor it) in playback mode??? In this quick video. Make basic selections. Use transient markers to make selections. Set project tempo with selected audio. Edit and process audio in the Audio File Editor. Audio File Editor edit commands. Edit audio files with transient markers. Use the Audio File Editor Pencil tool. Trim or silence audio files. Remove DC offset. Nov 22, · Title says it all – I can hear input monitoring if nothing is playing – but, if I press the play button then the input monitor is shut off (even though the little “I” button is colored/on/engaged). If I record the input monitoring works as expected. If not playing back tracks input monitoring is on. But, input monitoring is off during playback.