405 Views 5 Replies Latest reply: Jan 1, 2006 2:35 PM by immo
My feeling is that your problem has nothing to do with MIDI, but with a conflict over who gets to access Core Audio and system clock. This is just a guess...
I'm also going to venture a guess that you should examine the settings in the Audio side of the Audio MIDI Utility (Applications/Utilities). In my Logic system (with MOTU-based audio card) I have the various options in the Audio configuration set to "Built In Audio" and clock source set to "Internal Clock" and my MOTU system works fine. Granted, things may have to be set differently for ProTools, though I'm not sure.
i installed plo tools again,
i opened the AMS and i got the same message >
unable to launch midi server>unable to edit/view your midi config,etc.
so i opened user>library>audio>midi drivers
in this folder there were 2 files DigidesignMidiIODriver.plugin
i moved those to the desktop and re-open the AMS and voila
my midi devices were there again,don't really know why this was happening.
logic opens now without that timeout or timer inactive message and i have both apps working fine without error messages.
thanks a lot for your replies
All the best for the New Year!