2876 Views 2 Replies Latest reply: Jan 15, 2010 8:33 PM by ibarzola
When setting up the Aggregate device...
Don't know if your mic shows up as an output device, if it does, don't select it. Usually USB mics only show up as a single device or input device.
So.. the only devices that need to be selected are:
Built-In-Audio Input and Output plus your USB Mic (input only if it offers a choice)
This should give you audio output from either your Macbook speakers or Line output if you have speakers or headphones plugged in.
As for clock setting, try selecting only the Mac's Built-in output.
Since I don't have a Macbook I'm unsure of all the devices it has for built-in audio. If there's.
Do not select the Macbook's internal mic as a device, only the Line In/Out and speaker Out if that's a separate device.
There was a separate problem with some Macbook's sticking on digital out due to the inferior quality multi-function output jack, this left the Macbook with no audio output. Usually you can see a red light shining inside the output connector. It can be unstuck by gently pushing in a toothpick.
I bought the same mic and am using logic as well and have had the same problem as you. i finally figured it out!
once you set up your aggregated device, in your apps audio midi setup, make sure you have the aggregated device as your default input and your default and system outputs should be "Built in output".
in LOGIC: in the audio preferences, your device should be the aggregated device.
here's the trick....all of your tracks should be in OUTPUT 3-4. when you make a new audio track, the INPUT should be 3.
i've been trying to solve this problem for weeks, hope this helps!
Message was edited by: ibarzola