This issue seems to happen most often after using Migration Assistant to setup a new Mac, but it can also happen to some Apple Silicon Macs that have downgraded from MacOS Monterey back to Big Sur, or even updated to MacOS Monterey from macOS Big Sur. A common example is something like this; having used Migration Assistant to setup a new M1 Pro or M1 Max MacBook Pro from a previous gen M1 MacBook Pro, you may notice apps that ran fine before are suddenly all crashing on the new Mac.
An equalizer can be used to give you control over different parts of the frequency spectrum, independently allowing you to make character or corrective alterations by applying additive EQ or subtractive EQ
by Geoff Manchester, iZotope Content Team September 8, 2021
iZotope Ozone Pro is one of the most popular and powerful mastering plug-ins in the world. It’s been around for almost 20 years, but whether you’re new to it or even a longtime power-user, there are features in the tool that you probably don’t even know about.
The detection filter is important to know about.
The Dynamics module can be used to shape the dynamics of your master, with up to four bands of analog-modeled compression, limiting, and expansion.
Enable this view to adjust the frequency response of the detection circuit. When the Detection Filter is active, you can access the controls outlined in the table and image below. Detection filter processing is included in the Dynamics module and Vintage Compressor module
MACRO: Palette Organizer v1.2
Once I start building my Logic macros I will surely want to have the palette organized in a useful way.
Goal : Use the function keys to launch macros but only in RandomApplication. Keep their normal behavior everywhere else.
I keep my function keys defined as function keys on my iMac. On my MacBook Air I normally have the function keys assigned to their “hardware function” (e.g. Brightness Down, Mission Control, Pause, and Mute). This solution lets me keep the hardware function and use the function keys for custom control in Logic.