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Logic 9 Grizzle exchange between L9 and Ultralite mk3

Discussion in 'Logic 9' started by Rafa, Aug 27, 2009.

  1. Rafa

    Rafa Senior member

    Hi guys, lately I'm getting this message a lot:

    "Error while trying to synchronize Audio and MIDI.
    Sample Rate 11409 recognized.
    Check conflict between Logic Pro and external device."

    I don't know what kind of conflict is he talking about, because I know the sample rates match, I've checked it a million times.
    The audio becomes completely chopped up and I have to restart Logic. It also happens when switching between sessions.
    Is anybody getting this, it never happened to me before L9.

    Greetings from the tropics
  3. Rafa

    Rafa Senior member

    I forgot to mention, I use a: Macbook Pro, 2.53Ghz Intel Core 2 Duo. 4GB Ram. MacOS 10.5.8.
  4. leytonnz

    leytonnz Senior member

    try running the sessions through the mac line out ( rather than the MOTU) does it happen then?
  5. Rafa

    Rafa Senior member

    No problems when playing through the built-in audio. In fact it turned out to be a quicker way of solving the problem, switching to built-in then back to MOTU!

    I really wish it wouldn't do it all, but I can live with this.
  6. leytonnz

    leytonnz Senior member

    check whether your motu is syncing to its own internal clock rather than an outside source

  7. Rafa

    Rafa Senior member

    lt's set to internal clock sync. What really bugs me is the fact that this never happened when I used L8. Just a coincidence?
  8. leytonnz

    leytonnz Senior member

    probably or lots of others would be complaining.. what do motu say about their drivers and L9?

    ive had similar issues with sync errors on L8..which i solve by rebooting the ensemble or changing the driver to mac and back as you have.. i also had it change its preferences to external clock at one point for no apparent reason..
    thus my response.

    lets see if it happens again
  9. Rafa

    Rafa Senior member

    Now its happening right in the middle of a session! All of a sudden the audio becomes chopped up and I have to re-launch coreaudio.
    Did it ever happened to you like this? In the middle of a session?
  10. leytonnz

    leytonnz Senior member

    yes.. but if its happening repeatedly something is wrong.. reset your internal clock.. talk to motu.. do you have the latest drivers?

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