Duet 2 (USB): User Guides

Using Duet with Apple Logic

 

Go to the Logic Pro or Logic Express menu and choose Preferences > Audio.

 

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In the Core Audio pane of the Device tab, select Duet 2 for Output Device and Input Device.

 

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Set the I/O Buffer Size to 128.

Click Apply Changes at the bottom of the Preferences window.

 

By selecting Duet 2 input and output labels in Logic, the labels you see in Logic’s Channel Strip input and output slots correspond exactly to Duet 2’s hardware inputs and outputs, making I/O assignment much easier.

1. In Logic, choose Options > Audio > I/O Labels.
2. Select the labels in the Provided by Driver column.
3. Close the IO Labels window.

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Now close the Logic Pro Preferences window and select
New > Collection > Empty Project from the Trackmenu.

 

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If you are recording a single microphone or instrument, make the following selections in the New Tracks dialog box:

Number: 1
Type: Audio
Format: Mono
Input: Input 1
Output: 1-2
Check the Input Monitoring checkbox
Check the Record Enable checkbox

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Logic will now ask you to name the project and save in on your hard drive.

 

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Click the Record button in the transport control at the bottom of the Logic window.

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You’re now recording with Duet 2!