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Old 7th March 2011 | Show parent
Adat clock in Logic

Originally Posted by psycho_monkey View Post
Right, well it's a case of troubleshooting then.

Firstly - is your ADAT output set to adat and not spdif optical? (HW setup on the coreaudio driver).

Reduce it to the basics - firstly, 9/10 might be the SPDIF output, not the ADAT output - try using 11/12 or 15/16 as well, just to check.

Try looping back - connect the adat out to the adat in on the 003. Set up some aux channels monitoring the ADAT inputs (maybe mute them for safety). any signal? if so, the problem is with your external converter.

Is your external converter clocked correctly - not showing any errors, looking for clock from the ADAT input (or Word clock if you've got that connected)? What external converter are you using? you could try clocking the other way round (ie clocking the external converter internally, and the 003 to this, if you connect the converter ADAT or WC output to 003 input).
Hello Psycho_monkey,

I have a similar issue concerning the ADAT recognition in Logic Studio...

Here is my setup:

TL Audio Fat Track with TLA ADAT interface ---> Digi 002. The Fat Track is the master clock.

I've set "analog 9-10 input" (for ADAT 1-2 input) to record a track. It's possible to record a source but I got many clicks from time to time. Because Logic is not set to "optical clock source"

In Pro Tools, everything is working properly: I just go to hardware setup, select optical instead of internal. I can set ADAT 1-2 to record, & I got no clicks. If I don't set PT to optical I got the same thing (clicks on recordings..)

In the digi core audio driver it's not set to spdif.
I've changed the configuration in Logic:
sync/audio sync/core audio/external
I've added the sync mode on the tool bar & activated it

I still get clicks into my signal though.
Can you give me some tips to resolve this issue?

Have a nice one,