The native software sample rate conversion function matches the sample rate of any audio hardware, thereby allowing the playback of projects on virtually any audio system, even if the hardware is—in sample rate terms—not compatible. Go to System Preferences and click on Sound 2. . Get 'em out of there while recording. It's a good idea to develop good organisational habits when it comes to samples and audio. Thanks for all the responses! Yes I feed all my strings into a bus, then all my drums into a bus, etc. Also, if you're using any external gear with digital outputs, you might need to set either the external hardware or your interface as the digital clock master.
There's also a sound of static. Everything has been working fine for years until today. You don't need a bells-and-whistles super-delay to provide a simple echo. How many options for increasing the signal level do you have? Yes, this is all that is written in the resources. You can match the sample rate of individual audio files to the project sample rate in the Project Audio Browser.
This would explain why your system audio iTunes etc is working fine, but Logic isn't. All of my music has downloaded from the cloud witht the exception of one song. The audio engine was not able to process all required data in time. If you've moved the samples or audio, or even renamed them, the software won't be able to find it. It seems to me that my computer shouldn't be struggling this way just to keep up with a fairly standard project. Most of the time this works fine.
Logic Pro is capable of converting your audio to any sample rate, but this processing introduces the potential for degradation. I've been doing it this way since I used protools! System is basically: G5 Dual 1. Check conflict between Logic Pro and external device. As a side note, I remember that same error. All of this takes time and, on top of that, to ensure that it always takes the same time, a buffer is used. Make sure it's set to mic level if plugging the mic straight into the interface.
The native real-time sample rate conversion function will counteract this effect, allowing correct playback of the project on the portable computer, at any sample rate. The second place to look is your interface. Many audio interfaces offer dedicated guitar or 'instrument' inputs for this purpose. Additionally, you might check to see if you are overtaxing your computer's hard drive - lots of audio tracks and disk-streaming samplers can place heavy demands on your drive. Feel free to message a moderator to have your post restored. The audio engine was not able to process all required data in time.
I wish someone had a definitive answer on what might be causing this. It's looking like the problem is with the motu. Check conflict between Logic Pro and external device. Beginning your project with the correct sample rate will help you achieve this goal. Most of the time this works fine.
Here's what got me straight: 1. I appreciate you chiming in and your time! The Motu has not problem playing audio in iTunes etc but as soon i open Logic it goes funny. My recordings are turning out distorted The first and most obvious culprit is lousy gain staging. I've tried restarting everything and still get the same results. Setting your project sample rate is one of the first things you should do before you begin recording audio. Both professionals and amateurs are encouraged to post on this subreddit.
I am runing Motu 828mk2 and have only started gettin the problem reently its been fine before. How can I trouble shoot this? I am not using any Midi. We welcome you to actively participate in the community if you a content creator. Many of these projects I ran on my older, less powerful laptop no problem. Find effects plugins that are equal to the tasks at hand; ditto for synths and samplers. It must learn to play well with others!! What can I do to correct this problem? For instance, you may find that you need to put your external drive and interface on discrete FireWire busses.
Fine during playback, recording not enabled. GarageBand: Error while trying to synchronize Audio and Midi Sample rate xxxxxx recognized Check conflict between garageband and external device When I use garageband, my input and output are usually set to my scarlett 2i2 interface and I've never received the synchronizing error before today. Go to System Preferences and click on Sound 2. I get no sound at all and I have no idea how to clear this and get back to my track. Look very closely at the instruments and effects in play and determine where you can cut back. I noticed that this happenned after i updated my G5 with the recent security update.