Currently Being ModeratedMar 22, 2013 4:55 AM (in response to Greuvenmusic)
I've got exactly the same problems Greuvenmusic. Started happening out of the blue, now it won't go away.
Did you make any headway with it?
Currently Being ModeratedMar 24, 2013 9:58 AM (in response to Greuvenmusic)
Yes, same problem here. It started with an instance of Kontakt 5 in Logic 9.1.8 as well and a midi controller being mapped to one of the parameters in the instrument. I've been using Capture Recording since 2005 so almost eight years and today is the first time I'm experiencing this problem. As a matter of fact, I wasn't aware that you could have multiple take folders on a midi track until it just appeared today. I now see that you can set that function in recording settings, however it never was apparent to me because it's useless to my workflow.
I honestly can't imagine a more fatal flaw then Capture Recording not working, it's imparative to my workflow and as I'm working on TV/Film deadlines in LA there is absolutely no time to waste dealing with folders. I barely have enough time on projects with my current workflow so I'm not sure how to deal with this new issue.
I hope we can find a solution, I've seen only a couple posts regarding this issue so it seems to be very new.
Currently Being ModeratedMar 24, 2013 11:27 AM (in response to Greuvenmusic)
I've just had a quick look at this, and can confirm:
With K5 on OSX 10.8.3, I get spurious Take folders when MIDI CC's are mapped to controls within K5
I get similar with Logic 9.1.8 and 9.1.7 (same OS) in 64 bit or 32 bit mode.
With OSX10.7.5 I get the same result with K5 and K4.
Removing the mappings in Kontakt removes the Take folder creation problem
Removing the Instance of Kontakt removes the problem
I cannot reproduce with other MIDI Mapped plugs (Stylus RMX etc).
(Even more infuriating, flattening those takes only preserves a section, making it almost impossible to retain the performance without extra work.)
As a work around, use the Unpack or Unpack to new tracks functions, then use the glue tool to merge back together.