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Logic 9 Latency Problem With Midi Electric Piano.

Discussion in 'Logic 9' started by Gareth Murphy, Sep 21, 2013.

  1. Gareth Murphy

    Gareth Murphy New Member

    Hi Guys,

    First post on this forum so hope somebody can help, recently i have hooked up a martini electric piano (to use as a midi) to logic, it starts off fine but then after a few minutes some of the keys on the piano wont register the notes, and sometimes im hearing a random low note when im playing on the higher scale, a few people have said this is a latency problem and that it can be sorted by lowering the buffer in midi settings on logic, but im still clueless..... can anybody help me out with this problem, i have been using a Roland JP8000 before and havent had this problem.


  3. Atlas

    Atlas Senior member

    What MIDI interface are you using?
    Are you using other MIDI controllers?
    Try bypassing all MIDI controllers.
    If that solves the problem, it could be that some undue controllers got installed in the Controller Setup Up window. In which case the solution would be to delete it.

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