I'm in the process of transferring some old DA-88 tapes into Logic, so along with the nightmare of sorting out word clock, TDIF, Tascam sync and various other things I know nothing about, I'm playing with MMC. Long story short, it acts very strangely, essentially sending the DA-88 commands when I click on the transport buttons-just not necessarily what it want it to send. For instance, "play" is interpreted as "fast-forward to the end of the tape", "stop" is interpreted as "stop, but only until the mouse is moved to another position on the screen", etc., etc. In addition, there's a paragraph in the manual that states: >Control-click the Transport bar Sync button and choose the MIDI Machine Control (MMC) setting in the shortcut menu. Choose File > Project Settings > Synchronization, and choose the Transmit MMC option in the MIDI tab. Logic Pro supports up to 64 MMC tracks, allowing devices such as the Alesis ADAT to be operated via MIDI machine control. Each arrange track can act as a tape (control) track, by selecting an instrument with the tape deck icon (#305).< It goes on to say that this "tape deck" track needs to be dragged to the top of the arrange window's track list, however, I've been unable to find the "tape deck icon" instrument anywhere, and I'm wondering if this is part of the problem. Is there a better guide to doing this than Logic's help menu?