I've muted every track but I hear the guitar track. I wonder why. Is it because it is a comp track?
Do you have any sends set up?
Shot in the dark here,
Open your environment window and make sure that there isn't a hidden bus or track left there. Or anything that shouldn't be there
The Environment holds all channelstrips you can use for your work and it can process MIDI in sophisticated ways. It is the heart of Logic and in many aspects it is Logic. The programmers pull us more and more to the combined main window where we can work on almost everything except MIDI without leaving this window. But the Environment is still the base.I opened the Environment and voila! there was an unmuted comp guit track.
I still haven't learned about the Environment. I don't get what it is for. I have to read up on it. It just looks like the mixer window.
You cannot have a comp track in the Environment because it is a track and belongs to the Arrange window. We need to clean up our wording to speak about the same thing.The question now is: how can I get things back to normal? How do I get that comp track that is found only in the environment into the arrange window?
We don't call that "master" or "track". It is a channelstrip. Although some stick to the word "master", the Master channel in Logic is a dedicated channelstrip with the purpose to adjust the overall output volume independently from the levels of individual outputs. And a track is not a channelstrip, it belongs to the Arrange window and contains regions and/or automation data.And how to get a normal Master track and get rid of the gui track without harming anything.
Actually I have no time left at allPeter - did you have too much free time today? That's a heck of a response!
We discussed that, the old files are supposed to be in the repository of the old mailing list which is still operating for some people who insist on using email instead of a webforum. But a lot of that information is out of date, it would be a tough job to separate the working examples from others. And looking at the current interest of users in the Logic Environment and the trend of the manufacturer to make Logic a mainstream application - mhm - sounds more like nostalgia to exhume old support files.This user group used to have some GREAT information downloadable that explained a lot of functions on Logic.
Perhaps it's around and could be posted, assuming it's still of value?
Actually I have no time left at all
Peter - did you have too much free time today? That's a heck of a response!
This user group used to have some GREAT information downloadable that explained a lot of functions on Logic. I actually learned quite a bit from that. I suspect any information on the Environment is still valid. A quick look around the site didn't show it. Perhaps it's around and could be posted, assuming it's still of value?