Rewire mode currently only works in 32-bit mode:
I think (but don't quote me on ;) this is because rewire is not yet 64-bit compatible.
Have you changed the rewire mode to live:
LogicPro> Preferences > Audio > Devices > CoreAudio > Rewire Behavior > Live Mode
You might also want to lower Logic's Buffer I/O Size
Let me know if this helps
There's a good support document online at the PropellerHeads site on setting up Logic and Reason via Rewire that should help:
Follow the steps, and step 4 shows you how to setup and use Multiple ReWire channels.
Let me know if you need any further help.
Everything is working great now! I just want to know how to create a good headphone mix in Logic? I always have to readjust when going from monitors to headphones because the mix is not consistent from one to the other. Thank you.
Have you got access to the Logic 303: TNT2?
Jonathan Perl does a great job explaining how to setup a headphone mix in Logic. In fact this can be used to create multiple headphone mixes... as Logic has very powerful and flexible routing options.
Let me know,
Would highly recommend it. Otherwise you can build a simple Headphone monitor:
- Select all your channelstrips in the Mixer.
- Send them to an unused Bus.
- Adjust the level of Send as desired.
- Name the corresponding Aux channel as Headphone Mix.
- Set the Output of the Headphone mix to the headphone output of your audio interface.
Let me know if that helps
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