Logic Pro 8 Cycled recording w. autopunch?

#1
When I do a cycled recording using autopunch I only get a recording the first run. Why is that? Cycled recording works fine when I'm not using autopunch.

I have the autopunch range placed inside the cycled range of course.
 

Markdvc

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#4
Also I wish you could cycle-record with every cycle having a pre-roll. Now it's only the first cycle that gets a pre-roll.
A workaround could be to switch off pre-roll and start your cycle a corresponding number of bars early.

kind regards

Mark
 
#5
Also I wish you could cycle-record with every cycle having a pre-roll. Now it's only the first cycle that gets a pre-roll.
A workaround could be to switch off pre-roll and start your cycle a corresponding number of bars early.

kind regards

Mark
But then you record over audio that you actually want to hear before the recording starts. You could make a new audio track and then do what you suggest.

Thanks anyway!

bye,
Mark
 
#7
You could make a new audio track and then do what you suggest.
Definitely - is there any reason not to?

kind regards

Mark
Well, if you just want to re-record a certain part of, say, a vocal, because the singer has difficulty getting that part right, you may want to cycle that area with pre-roll. But if you have to make a new audio track for every time that occurs, then that's not really efficient and handy.

bye,
Mark
 
#8
It's been broken for a while now :-(
I find that quite disturbing in an application that's called "pro". It's quite basic stuff; cycled recording with punch in.

It happens from time to time that updates affects basic behaviour of a program, but those thing should be fixed in a week or so.
 
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