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All of the AppleLoops supplied with Logic or purchased via JamPacks are licensed to you for unlimited, perpetual use in any derivative creative work. That is: you can use the inside of your own music, but you can't just give away or resell the samples themselves. For example: if you made a "song" that was one AppleLoop, looping for 3 minutes, and tried to ...


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As of the current version of Lion (10.7.2) the plist and Terminal tricks are unnecessary. It launches fine from the app icon and has been stable for me. Whatever piece of the puzzle was missing, they apparently added it back to Lion in 10.7.2. Woohoo!


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Logic Pro 8 uses some Carbon libraries. Carbon is no longer supported in Lion. That's why Logic Pro 8 is unstable running on OS X 10.7 Lion.


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Logic Pro X is only available on the Mac App Store and the Logic Pro X bundle will contain a MASReceipt that tells the Mac App Store who the app is registered to. This means the Mac App Store won't claim knowledge of the app unless you are signed in with the Apple ID that you used to purchase it. As you say you didn't purchase it from the Mac App Store, it ...


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Be sure you are signed in to the correct App Store account (you can sign out and in through the Store menu). FYI I believe Logic Pro X was only ever available through the MAS.


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From your question it is not clear if you still have a question, but let me give you a answer anyway. There is nice little app on your Mac called Audio MIDI Setup (in the utility folder) Open it and use the setup to for example have multiple audio output, or set up and Aggregate devices and so on to your desire.


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Yes the session files are fully compatible both ways. Options or plugins from PT9 that are not available in PT8 are automatically disabled (and vice versa). Track routings are obviously not working if the originally used audio-interface is not available. You'd have to re-route.


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Playing with the equalizer seems to be effective, and there are some presets that help isolate vocals, or boost vocals.


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You should contact the technical support people at both Avid/M-Audio and at Avid/Pro Tools (and unfortunately, in my experience, even though both companies are now owned by Avid, those divisions don't talk to each other much). This is not the sort of problem that you can easily troubleshoot in a discussion forum like this one. One thing that the tech ...


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It looks like you have a bad Audio Unit plugin installed. Specifically the BT Analog Chorus CH2S-3 plugin from Nomad Factory. The Nomad Factory FAQ suggests the following procedure if one of their plugins is crashing Logic: Please follow the steps below to resolve current issues: Download our latest installer from our downloads page. ...


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If Skype supported the ReWire protocol directly this would be no problem at all. You'd wire Skype's output to Logic 9, run it through your effects, and then wire the output from Logic 9 to Skype's input. But Skype doesn't support ReWire. So instead you have to hijack it's audio input stream and feed it a stream from Logic 9. To do that you can use the most ...



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