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Old 03-25-2020, 10:58 AM
millerme millerme is offline
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Default HD Native with Logic Pro X

Hello,

We're running the latest version of Logic Pro with the latest Mac OS. HD Native is recognized by Logic, however, no audio will be sent through the interface. No meters show audio being sent anywhere. HD Native works perfectly fine with Pro Tools and Ableton Live. Connected to the HD Native card are 2 192 digidesign interfaces.

The I/O setup in Logic is correct, and it is able to see all of the input and outputs. However, it cannot send any audio. Even on individual tracks during playback, the meters will not go above -infinity.

I've updated the HD Native drivers, and am pretty stumped on what to try next.

Thanks for the help.
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