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    Bouncing MIDI - timing?
    When I listen to my mix in Logic X, it sounds fine. But after I bounce it to mp3 (not in real-time) and listen to it again it sounds like there are little timing glitches. Are there any settings in Logic I should tweak/set to minimize this? I'm using an i7 MBP from 2010 w/ 8 gigs of RAM.
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  • Posts: 49
    Joined: Dec 31st, 1969, 04:00
    Bouncing MIDI - timing?
    When I listen to my mix in Logic X, it sounds fine. But after I bounce it to mp3 (not in real-time) and listen to it again it sounds like there are little timing glitches. Are there any settings in Logic I should tweak/set to minimize this? I'm using an i7 MBP from 2010 w/ 8 gigs of RAM.
    Reply
  • Posts: 49
    Joined: Dec 31st, 1969, 04:00
    Bouncing MIDI - timing?
    When I listen to my mix in Logic X, it sounds fine. But after I bounce it to mp3 (not in real-time) and listen to it again it sounds like there are little timing glitches. Are there any settings in Logic I should tweak/set to minimize this? I'm using an i7 MBP from 2010 w/ 8 gigs of RAM.
    Reply
  • SColfax
    Posts: 9
    Joined: Aug 23rd, 2013, 02:34
    Re: Bouncing MIDI - timing?
    I tried it again with Normalize off (suggestion from a Logic 9 forum) and it solved the problem. Weird!
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