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Logic 9 How do you fix droning MIDI?

Discussion in 'Logic 9' started by mjh45, Nov 30, 2009.

  1. mjh45

    mjh45 New Member

    I know this is an issue that has a fix I just don't know what it is.
    I'm running Logic 9 on a MacPro with a Mackie HUI & an M-Audio Axiom 61 with an M-audio MIDISPORT 2x2 making the connection to the mac.

    So, if I"m working at home with Logic I have no issues...but the minute i bring the session to the studio, my instrument tracks start to drone if I dare select a track and hit a note.
    The drone can be described as a pinging sonar at about 200 Hz.

    I know there is something in the MIDI setup to correct this.
    Anybody have a clue?

    p.s. Logic also shares the Mac with Pro Tools HD3 Accel system. I use the same MIDI setup for it. I only launch one program at a time.
  3. Lincoln M

    Lincoln M Member

    Sounds like an issue I was having that required me going to the environment window>clicks and ports>and deleting the cable from "sum" and creating a single cable connection from the midi port I was using.
  4. mjh45

    mjh45 New Member

    figured it out!

    My issue was in "Controllers."
    I needed to set the Mackie HUI's Midi channel to its physical MIDI connection on the midisport 2 x 2 - in this case channel 1 ( in & out)
    Once I did that all was fine.
    thanks for the input! :)

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