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Logic Pro X import causing aux/bus mess
Old 2nd June 2019
  #1
Gear Maniac
 

Logic Pro X import causing aux/bus mess

Hey folks,

have a problem with Logic Pro X importing older logic 8 projects I wanted to continue working on.
If I open the logic 8 file it gives me the message "0 stereo audio track objects and/or 8 stereo bus objects have been converted into a new format."

It creates a mess in the aux/bus section in the mixer with all aux panned hard left
and the plug-ins on the aux not loaded(which would be the most important!)

It is even worse with the regular "import project settings" function where
it creates a big mash-mash of aux numbers and chaos in the mixer window.

On the net it says that "Universal track mode" had to be turned off in previous
versions,, but this doesn't exist anymore in version X preferences.

So which knob to press?
Anyone faced the same problem?
greets, horizon
Old 10th June 2019
  #2
Gear Maniac
 

I thought there would be a lot of you logic users who have imported older
logic files to logic proX featuring bus in the mixes.Are there any?
Old 4 weeks ago
  #3
Gear Maniac
 

yep its a mess. you have to manually go through and sort it out.
nightmare
Old 4 weeks ago
  #4
Gear Maniac
 

Quote:
Originally Posted by benjiboko View Post
yep its a mess. you have to manually go through and sort it out.
nightmare
So benjiboko, you did have the same problem too? I thought there wouldn't be anybody which I was wondering about a lot and I almost gave up the thread.

There ought to be a lot of logic users who have imported older projects featuring bus in the mix section and I wonder apple hasn't yet released any solution to this logic X bug concerning "Universal Track Mode", since it is permanently turned on in logic X.

I now have also tried to manually resurrect the older projects.What annoys me most is that the plugin settings from the older project are ignored in its bus channel and this is very hard to rebuild them or it is even almost impossible.
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