Currently Being ModeratedSep 30, 2012 11:08 AM (in response to fluffy)
BROTHERS AND SISTERS!!!
My new method helped!
I removed Logic Pro 9 from Applications and then emptied the trash bin!
Then I rebooted, re-installed Logic Studio 9 and selected ONLY Logic 9 to be installed and continued.
I then installed 9.1.7.
Open Logic Pro (32-bit at first), then remove all the unwanted plug-ins like all the Apple plug-ins... (I removed them).
Now, make a duplicate and right click, click on info and now uncheck "Open in 32-bit..." etc etc.
MAKE SURE, that Logic is set to Open in low resolution mode there aswell, right under 32/64-bit selection.
Always open in 64-bit now that you've made a fresh Logic installation.
This method helped me TREMENDOUSLY!
Make sure that you don't run the equalizers on high res mode. Don't push your luck!
Also make sure that you're only running LOGIC itself and preferable nothing else, that is not necessary for your project such as Re-wire ofc) and you should not be having this issue anymore.
There's still something clogging the full acceleration of RAM and GPU, but now I don't experience the problem until I open a super demanding project with a lot of metering stuff in it, but then I adjusted my settings in the EQ(could still do that) and pressed stop(nothing happened here though), right clicked on the Logic icon and clicked on the project with the little "tick" on, and every setting was done and the track stopped and everything was back to normal again! Try not to have the analyzation on when you don't need it and make sure that you don't mix plug-ins on the screen.
This should help you all, at least it did for me. I can finally start to catch up......
Currently Being ModeratedSep 30, 2012 11:47 AM (in response to Nicolas Stenberg-Daniil)
I have created a new partition on one of my SSD's and installed there Snow Leopard and Logic plus all plugins I need to work. Yeah, it works fine. My work-folder is still on the Mountain Lion SSD, so when Apple has released the Bugfix, I will go back to the ML System and go on working. Very easy, so no other method or compromise is acceptable for me than this!
In my opinion this is the easiest way and needs few hours, but the result is a great workflow.
Currently Being ModeratedOct 1, 2012 4:06 AM (in response to fluffy)
How about this guys, and this seems to have eliminated the issue for me
Remove that 9.1.7 application, and trash it.
Installed 9.0.0 off the install dvd, then upgraded to 9.1.5 (NOT 9.1.6 OR 9.1.7)
Have not seen the issue in 2 hrs since this.
Currently Being ModeratedOct 1, 2012 11:17 AM (in response to fluffy)
I have been having the same problem after upgrading from Lion. Logic has been totally unresposive for upto a minute after opening Logic plugins or third party plugins (waves softubes) and changing parameters. I finally managed to sort this problem.
There was a program Iantivirus running in the background which I disabled and hey presto problem solved.
The logic eq analyser still is a bit flakey but much better, not that I ever use it . But all other plugins now work fine and there is no problem with hanging. Hope this helps.
Currently Being ModeratedOct 1, 2012 11:34 AM (in response to naturalsounds)
sadly, this wont really help most apple users, as I don't actually know anyone who buys into the the "I need an antivirus even though i own a mac " fear tactic u dont need one, uninstall that crap.
Seriously guys, im dying to see if running 9.1.5 fixes this for you all too. ive been testing all day and have not gotten even 1 lag at all.
this doesnt require you to start F'ing with your system or prokit, or anything really. though u do need to delete ur 9.1.7 app.
Dont worry, doing that and reinstalling ONLY the logic application (UNCHECK everything else at the install) will not mess with ur presets or channel strips.
ive said my peace, TRY IT OUT BOYS! and naturalsounds, get rid of that antivirus! just stay off the -pr0n- sites!
Currently Being ModeratedOct 2, 2012 5:57 AM (in response to Alexander One)
Yes sir, no problem opening projs from 9.1.6 or 9.1.7. Also by deleting the 9.1.7 application and doing all this reinstalling, you do not lose things like your custom channel strips, sampler instruments, or plug-in settings (so that should put your mind at ease)
Currently Being ModeratedOct 2, 2012 6:09 AM (in response to albertneve)
Currently Being ModeratedOct 2, 2012 6:35 AM (in response to SimonB76)
Yes, the 9.1.5 (and all the other versions ) are alwayss available, its only a bit annoying because u have to sort of do an actual reinstall because these are "upgraders" not "downgrader" installers, know what I mean?
So yea once u have 9.0.0 ready to go as the lone Logic App in your Applcations folder, use that link SimonB linked there for you (its an official Apple Support Download) and you're on your way.
Please report back with experience too, Im chomping at the bit wondering if this really sorts out everyone.
Currently Being ModeratedOct 2, 2012 6:51 AM (in response to SmokenSound)
I agree, even on my SL Mac Pro everything is seemingly more stable too.. But I'm just beside myself how well its working on my Mountain Lion Macbook Pro.
This is too funny.