In part 3 of our Scoring Workshop, you'll learn how to route audio from standalone instruments back into Logic Pro. This will allow you to overcome Logic Pro's 4MB RAM ceiling (if you're running it in 32-bit mode) as well as to get troublesome third-party instruments to play nice with Logic Pro.
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9 thoughts on “Scoring Workshop – Part 3”
4GB ceiling, right?
I’m not sure I understand the question. To quote the post, “This will allow you to overcome Logic Pro’s 4MB RAM ceiling (if you’re running it in 32-bit mode) as well as to get troublesome third-party instruments to play nice with Logic Pro.”
aeo is referring to the typo in the post. Logic has a ceiling at 4 gigabytes, not 4 megabytes.
i thought this was on the ‘score’ mode of logic. i didn’t realize this is more a tech section. not really note entry or printing a score.
it would be cool to have tutorial of the score section of Logic.
We haven’t got there yet. That section of the workshop is coming.
Going through the Scoring Workshop, Part 3. I am using the Garritan Sample player. Ran into a problem at the point where you select the Jack Router as your Audio Device in the sample player. It does not give me the choice of selecting Jack as my Audio Device.
I’m not familiar with the Garritan Sample player but make sure you launch and start JackPilot before your launch anything else.
That did it. Thx.
Great tutorial !!!
Everything works fine, even if JackPilot is very capricious, and hard to configure ( routing )
I work with 4 Kontakt instances ( strings, WoodWinds, Brass, Percussions ) and 2 Play instances for Symphonic Choirs…
Here is my question :
Do I have to redo midi connection for each instance everytime I start working ?
I mean, it seems that midi channels cannot be memorized when working with several instances on the same virtual instrument in Stand Alone mode…
Thanks for your answer
Thierry from Paris