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Old 08-09-2006, 05:21 AM
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Default Logic Master Pro Tools Slave-MTC Cycle problem

HI THere,has anyone tried the above config?
THe problem we are having is while we can get PT to see the MTC from Logic and accordingly move its position and play/stop,
we can't get PT to see Logics Cycle in the arrange so when Logic loops ,in PT, the timeline just carries on instead og going back to
the begining of the cycle.
We booted andother copy of Logic up on the PT machine and that did see the cycle so the PT machine is definately getting
the MTC correctly and the cycle info.

Anyone know if PT has a bug where it can't track that or if PT just is not capable or reding Logic cycle info?

thanks Tran
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