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  • #45826
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    destroygauthier
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    Thanks Andreas,

    Did you check background processes?
    No, no background processes were running (not that I know of… 🙂 ).

    Did you disable power management on your MBP?
    No I did not set any parameter in the energy saver menu, I kept them as default.

    Does it happen at the same points in music?
    No, it does not happen at the same point, it’s random… My Logic projects are not too complex, they are including only audio tracks (max 12), no plug ins, no VST…

    Btw: A live gig is not the correct place to check such “complicated” setup…
    Yeah, I know live gig is not the place to check setup problems :). At my last rehearsal I did not have this problem (well, after I shorten the length of the USB cable). But to me, this is not supposed to be complicated… 🙂

    I will try to implement some of your suggestions during my next rehearsal.

    Thank you!

    #45822
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    destroygauthier
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    Hi everybody,

    I tried a shorter cable (6 feet) in a small gig I had yesterday and still got the same problem. 🙁

    Now I am thinking that Logic Pro X could be the source of the problem.

    As my band playing shows with pre-recorded tracks, it is king of annoying that suddenly the tracks stop playing for a few moments and worst of it, my click stops working as well (I am a drummer)…

    Maybe some of you had that kind of problem.

    Thank you for your help.

    #45652
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    destroygauthier
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    Ok, thank you all for your advices. I will try a shorter USB cable on my next band rehearsal and I will see if it solves the problem. I will keep you informed.

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