Help with Logic Express 7 audio inputs and record enable.

Discussion in 'Digital Audio' started by dougens, Mar 18, 2008.

  1. dougens macrumors member


    Aug 22, 2007
    A few problems...........

    Am new to Logic and I can't seem to get any record enable buttons on my channel strips? It only shows freeze and mute functions.

    I am using the built in input on MBPro as my Digi 002 is getting repaired.

    I have selected the built in output as audio driver in core audio window of preferences as no other option there??

    Also on the I/O section of the channel strip I have no way of selecting an just comes up with No Input.

    Any help greatly received...

  2. dougens thread starter macrumors member


    Aug 22, 2007
    got fixed.

    basically intel macs have problems with older versions of logic and need to set up aggregated device in Audio Midi Set Up and add extra built in input and output to then select from preferences as driver.

    a real hassle if don't know about but now do.

  3. jcrwzr macrumors newbie

    Jul 26, 2008
    hi there, i'm having the same problem. but how did you fix it?

    i'm using a macbook black with os x.5.4 i have academic version 7.1.1 logic.
  4. headfuzz macrumors 6502


    Apr 13, 2007
    Brighton, UK
    Aggregate devices are created in Applications / Utilities / Audio MIDI Setup.

    It allows you to combine the inputs and outputs of as many audio interfaces (aka soundcards) into what the system and applications will see and treat as 1 device.

    Once created change the audio interface in Logic's preferences to the aggregate device and (assuming the above workaround is the solution) away you go.

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