513 Views 8 Replies Latest reply: Jul 31, 2007 5:36 PM by warnergt
Yeah, I did search before posting. Found a couple of relevant posts, but nothing that made any difference. I would think that out of the box, Logic Express would be configured by default to play audio to the built-in audio...
Anyways, I have Out 1-2 set as the audio object, with device CoreAudio, channel Output 1-2. But at the lower LHS there's a "Output 1-2" label, and underneath it a button that says Off and a volume slider. The button can be set to Read, Touch, Latch, Write, MIDI. Setting this doesn't make any difference.
Also, at the very bottom of the screen, where the play/record/stop buttons are, there's a field that says in blue text "No In" and "No Out", but it doesn't allow you to select anything there.
Really, any pointers would be welcome!
Dual 2GHz PPC / 400GB / 8GB Mac OS X (10.4.8)
Update Logic Express to Version 7.2.3!
GarageBand 3 use Bus 11 as default output for the Tracks.
LE 7.2.0 not supports more than 8 Busses.
LE 7.2.1 supports 12 Busses and is compatible with GB3.
If you don't want to update you have to change the outputs of each track manually from Bus 11 to Output 1-2.
iMac C2D Mac OS X (10.4.9)
|| "I would think that out of the box, Logic Express would be configured by default to play audio to the built-in audio."
Your channel routing is probably wrong. I'd recommend trying to build a project from scratch. Delete everything in the Environment and create a song from a blank state. It's a good way to figure out and see how Logic works.
As you have discovered, it's a unique app.