Logic Pro 9 Logic 9 sluggish screen response - Lion

MarkHolbrook

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Hello All,

I have two Macs: 1) MacPro dual Xeon, 2.66 with 18g of RAM, 2) MBP 15 core i7 with 8g of RAM.

I've noticed since updating both computers to Lion that if I have a plug in window open, like say Ozone 5 and logic is playing that I pretty much can't do a darn thing. I'm talking 3-4 second latency on pressing buttons.

This is on my MacPro which is a fresh clean Lion install with only Lion drivers for my audio stuff. I don't do much work on the MBP15 for logic as it is mainly a travel work computer but I will play with logic there and see if I see the same issue.

Prior to Lion I was very used to playing tracks, double click to bring up say Ozone and making adjustments as I listen. It seems with Lion this just doesn't work and its frustrating.

Anybody else see the same thing or do I have a problem going on?
 
Are you sure all of your plug-ins have been updated for Lion? You mention Ozone 5 (which I think is) but in the kind of offhand way that suggests you are not really sure your plug-ins are all current for Lion.

Have you checked?
 
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MarkHolbrook

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Are you sure all of your plug-ins have been updated for Lion? You mention Ozone 5 (which I think is) but in the kind of offhand way that suggests you are not really sure your plug-ins are all current for Lion.

Have you checked?

Hi George,

Thanks for the reply. I must admit I am not 100% certain that all are "Lion compatible". I am quite sure Ozone 5 is since it was release just week or so ago but even that is no guarantee.

One question however... Let's assume for a moment that Ozone is compatible but that I do have several "other" plug-ins which are not. If I open a simple project and use only Ozone are not the "other" plug-ins not even in use at this point? IE should not the incompatibility come into play when I try to use one of the incompatible plug-ins?

Anyway this gives me a good path to start searching. Thanks!
 
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