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  • MadDog15 Level 1 (0 points)

    Thanks for the update Fredo!

  • Fredo Viola Level 1 (30 points)

    You're welcome. I have to reiterate, the dude I've been speaking to has really turned my head around about Apple and Logic Pro.  I was truly on the edge of quitting both.

  • Pancenter Level 6 (9,450 points)

    Fredo Viola wrote:


    You're welcome. I have to reiterate, the dude I've been speaking to has really turned my head around about Apple and Logic Pro.  I was truly on the edge of quitting both.


    If there's one thing this makes obvious..... it's that COMMUNICATION is a very good thing and it would be in Apple's best interest to start communicating with it's Pro Apps users. "Pro" is not just a name you tack on a piece of software, it also involves two-way communication with your more serious "Customers".


    If you speak with your Apple contact again you might mention that very important fact!

  • Fredo Viola Level 1 (30 points)

    Totally agree with you, Pancenter.  And believe me, I did have a very long chat with him about it and posed that question.  He said there are people who's job it is to read the forums.  He agreed that something is lacking.  That said, this bug was a really difficult one because it is not easily recreated.  Even for me, some days I have ZERO problems with Logic Pro.  Other days the derned lag issue arrives and stays all frigging day!  Not making excuses for them.  Something like this should not be in existence. 

  • Nusskappe Level 1 (0 points)

    Dear apple, you were not able to give us a fix this year. What about 2013?

  • MonbazaTAIWAN Level 1 (0 points)

    10.6 is not bad at all

  • Nusskappe Level 1 (0 points)

    You've missed the fact that SL cannot be installed on all Apple devices. Furthermore - using SL means that it's not possible to upgrade various applications to the newest version, e.g. iPhoto.

  • gen_ Level 2 (340 points)

    You first point is vaild and unfortunately impossible to get around. Your second point is a question of priorites. I personally much prefer a fully functional Logic Pro install to the latest version of iPhoto, and actually there a a few softwares out ther that I cannot run on my post-SL installs that I can run on Pre-Lion Macs, like Paragon NTFS.

  • Nusskappe Level 1 (0 points)

    Wake up - it's a question of which software you need in your daily work.

  • gen_ Level 2 (340 points)

    Precisely. My answer to that question is Logic. I assume it's not for you.


    On the other hand, that's why Dual Booting is so useful.

  • Nusskappe Level 1 (0 points)

    Well - a workflow via dual booting is a time consuming matter.

    This is at least for me not a useful duscussion anymore.

  • Saiuns Level 1 (0 points)



    This worked for me!!!!!!!


    It's running smooth as never before. For 3 hours straight now, in a session that before just wouldn't - stop playing, close plugings, change plugin setting values etc.... - if i didn't switch to another desktop.

  • Steven W Ross Level 1 (45 points)

    Hi.  I may have missed something.  I am not dual-booting.  The problem seems to be related to adjusting plug-ins when a session is playing.   Can you please let me know what solution worked for you?  Sometimes doesn't pose a problem, and it's recent to last few months.  I find myself sitting waiting for my last "space bar" to stop playback, even a click on the transport.  Thanks. 

  • miniferrero Level 1 (0 points)

    for me, it's mainly when I try to edit plug-ins. On some rare occasions, it just doesn't stop during play-back either. One solution I find myself doing now is to use a MIDI controller to stop the playback instead of pressing spacebar, a bit more cumbersome since I've to reach away from the keyboard to press "Stop".


    When editing plug-ins, I find that I can't do live changes too sometimes and have to stop, edit and try again.

  • Saiuns Level 1 (0 points)

    Same thing that happens here.

    Disabling the mission control, as nick 235 suggested in this post,

    resulted in noticeable performance improvements for me.

    Certainly something you should check out.

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