In short, I’m able to record MIDI instrument tracks on Logic Pro but am unable to record audio tracks.
This is my setup:
I have a Yamaha workstation connnected to a Steinberg UR44 through the MIDI in/out port behind the UR44. A condenser microphone is connected to input 3 in front of the UR44.
I run LogicPro 10.3.2 on MacOS High Sierra.
I’ve installed the latest drivers from here:
I’ve also installed the “Tools for UR44 package:”
I’ve applied the latest firmware update too.
I’ve connected the workstation through the MIDI Studio .
What is working:
When I try to record MIDI instrumental tracks on Logic Pro, everything works fine.
Also, when I open the DSPMixFx tool for the UR44, I am able to see the rise and fall of audio levels from the microphone in input 3 on the mixer display.
What is not working:
I am unable to record audio on an audio track on LogicPro through a condenser microphone connected to the same audio interface.
How I attempt to record audio:
I open a new audio project in LogicPro and select “input 3” from the Steinberg UR44 input device already displayed. I am not able to obtain any signal in the audio track. Also, it does not show any live fluctuation in the mic input levels unlike in the DSPMixFx tool where the input is clearly seen.
I’ve made sure I’ve selected the UR44 through the LogicPro preferences.
I’ve tried choosing all the other inptus in the track, but still no response.
Is there any other setting that I’m missing?
Are there still known compatibility issues for the UR44 and LogicPro on MacOS High Sierra? Would it help if I downgraded to MacOS Sierra?
Thanks in advance…