DAW Does Not Record H9000R EFX When Exporting Audio

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    • #160550
      Allyanna7
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      My Logic Pro X DAW does not record the H9000R effects when exporting the tracks into audio, either all at once or one at a time. I have tried everything I know but it continues to bypass only the H9000R effects against my will. Any BUS that includes the H9000R will not appear as a track when all the tracks are converted to audio. I don’t know if this is a Logic Pro X issue or a H9000R issue but I need to get my tracks sent off for mastering and I can’t do it right now.

    • #160551
      John Baylies
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      Is the bounce mode set to Realtime? https://support.apple.com/guide/logicpro/bounce-a-project-to-an-audio-file-lgcp785a41c3/10.7/mac/11.0

      Also, if you haven’t seen this yet, there’s some info on using Logic’s I/O Utility with the H9000 here: https://cdn.eventideaudio.com/manuals/h9000/content/setup/DAWLatencyCompensation.html#daw-latency-compensation

    • #160574
      Matthias Adloff
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      Just as a sidenote: Since messing around with LC is always cumbersome (and sometimes is technically impossible to achieve), I recommend to go the extra round and record the H9000s outputs on separate tracks. As a benefit, this gives you a whole lot of new creative possibilities, and it is easier to restore for later corrections.

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