I’m running into a small issue where there seems to be some sort of “pre-click” about every 1/5 times I start transport on Logic 10.5.1 with Vital 1.0.7. This occurs most often straight off transport but also sometimes throughout the playing of a project after a small rest.
If you notice in the video sometimes there is a click which is visible on the waveform metering I currently have going. There is also a sidechain ducking the bass which helps make the click visible on the meter. I’ve confirmed the sidechain isn’t being triggered inconsistently and causing the clicking.
I have Logic 10.5.1 and Vital 1.0.7, so I thought I’d look to try and replicate the click you observe. I created a simple 2 bar sequence and then bounced it. Here’s the audio. I don’t hear a click though. Would you expect to hear it in the scenario I’ve described above?
You’re correct that there is no click in that clip. However, I would say it is fairly obvious in the video I posted.
I took the patch, loaded it into a fresh project, routed the channel to a bus, and recorded the output and can confirm that the note appears to be starting early and abruptly, but only sometimes.
Well, that is physically impossible, the sound can not actually start earlier then the MIDI. since you know…determinism.
But, most probably there is something wrong/odd with your latency compensation setting. This will move your audio after recording to align it with other tracks. Either Logic has the wrong setting there or Vital does not send the correct latency to Logic.
Is your MIDI quantized? Try with and without to see if it makes a difference, maybe Logic moves things around inconsistently…
Ah! Very good find. So logic sends all notes off instead of individual note off messages, when transport is stopped. Interesting… Probably the envs in vital don’t reset properly then. should be able to test this as well tomorrow.