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Your tutorials are fantastic! It’s really amazing to see how people like
you share knowledge with others for free. I really appreciate your hard
Great info again!!! Thank you!!! :-)
I never had this problem yet, but that is a nice heads up on the CPU usage!
Dude you are awesome keep up the good work!
“Ride the buffer”: In Logic Pro X -> Preferences -> Audio… Start with I/O
Buffer Size as low as possible (this will result in being able to play your
instruments with a keyboard without delays). As you add more instruments
you will eventually get a choppy sound, all you have to do is increase your
I/O buffer until they sound good again. If you’re done playing with
keyboard, you can set your I/O Buffer Size to the max, so you can get get
the best out of your CPU.
YOU ARE THE BEST!!! THANKS!!
I use an old simple computer for Internet and because of that I use it for
Logic a lot because it’s on. An occasional system overload doesn’t bother
me that much but it would help if I could ask logic, which tracks are
draining my resources in %? Then freeze and temporarily bounce these as
audio with FX. Some processes take a lot more CPU than others like an open
EQ with analyze active. It’s heavy calculations going on continuously.
Wow. Thank you for this tutorial. Never knew this. Keep them coming.
Thank you for this. It makes mixing so much more efficient. Right on time
Peace & Love
Great video! Can you please make a tutorial showing us how to install
plug-ins into Logic Pro X? Some I’ve found are easy and some more
difficult. Also touch on your top 5 or top 10 including where we can
purchase them from: Waves etc. I’ve learnt so much form your tutorials and
watched every one. Keep ‘em comin’!! :-)
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