Discussion in 'Logic Pro X' started by peterlemer, Sep 19, 2014.
Is there any way to have this set to ON automatically whenever I launch Logic?
Select the Low Latency Mode checkbox in General Audio preferences.
thanks Atlas - the link doesn't suggest how to check this box automatically. I'd like it as a load default, but I have to remember to check this box every time I commence.
Hmmm! That's weird!
That must be another bug...
I was in the impression that setting a parameter in the Preferences was permanent (until changed) and applying to all projects to be opened/created thereafter...
have you tried it? Has anyone tried it?
I tried it indeed, and it does not stick!
You could try checking the box then saving as a template.
Great! It works!
Thanx a million threeheavens!
I also found out that it also works if you set that parameter before opening/loading a project.
threeheavens: thanks, with 12 projects on the workbench how could I incorporate saving as template?
Atlas: are you saying that launching Logic first, setting the parameter, loading the project, then saving the project, means that the project will recall the parameter next time?
Indeed, (un)checking the box then saving as a template, or setting that parameter before opening/loading a project (in other words Logic has no project loaded, no windows opened) makes it stick
Hmmm! I got carried away too fast! The LLM pref revert back to unchecked once Logic is rebooted...
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