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Thanks Marcello!

That did the trick. It was the hub. Why did I not think of that ...?
Anyway, thanks very much guys!


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we still have problems with the alphatrack. I followed your instructions exactly. I deleted the bundle and everything else and reinstalled alphatrack.

Logic still starts to play by itself for 1 click, switches the cycle area, .... weird.

Anything else we can do?

The alphatrack Icon is a Keyboard and not the alphatrack picture.


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Yes, I do have the latest drives installed. And the message only appears with Alphatrack. And for some reason puts me in record mode (sometimes cutting in and out of the mode).


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I tried all those steps and unfortunately the problem continues to persist.

Here are some of my specs and hardware:

Mac OSX 10.5.6
2x 3 GHZ Quad Core Intel Xeon
16GB Ram

MTP AV midi timepiece
connected to that are:

encore slidemate midi controller
Behringer B control Nano BCN 44
Kurzweil SP 88 Masterkeyboard


(10 replies, posted in AlphaTrack:User Forum)

The problem I'm having happens randomly in while working in logic. Alphatrack is putting logic in record mode (very buggy) and this message pops up:

"Logic Pro has detected a possible conflict between one or more third party MIDI or audio drivers"

I have installed the latest Alphatrack driver and plug-in from the website.

What could be the problem?