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DWL
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What does "stringed failed" mean in Logic Pro X?
Thursday, May 31 2018 @ 02:11 PM CDT

Anyone any idea what "stringed failed" means in Logic Pro when I do a bounce?

It doesn't seem to affect either the aiff or the mp3 but obviously something is not right.

I've searched for an answer but can't find an answer.

Thanks

Dick

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Parichayaka
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Re:What does
Thursday, May 31 2018 @ 02:44 PM CDT

Obviously a violinist with bad grammar. Are you using a midi orchestra?
MikeRobinson
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Re:What does
Thursday, May 31 2018 @ 04:29 PM CDT

Can you open a problem-report ticket with Apple?
particledots
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Re:What does
Thursday, May 31 2018 @ 05:24 PM CDT

An AU validation error if some kind?
Parichayaka
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Re:What does
Friday, June 01 2018 @ 09:29 AM CDT

Quote by: DWL
Anyone any idea what "stringed failed" means in Logic Pro when I do a bounce?

It doesn't seem to affect either the aiff or the mp3 but obviously something is not right.

I've searched for an answer but can't find an answer.

Thanks

Dick



More seriously, I'd create a copy of the song and take out one track at a time, tnen bounce to see if it's related to either a vst/au effect or sample library. To save time you can select a tiny portion of the song to save time bouncing.

Once you know which track is creating the problem you could look into compatibility of the plugin/library and contact the company directly.
I've had good experiences with smaller companies taking responsibility for problems.

Wonder if Apple would reply quickly?
DWL
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Re:What does
Saturday, June 02 2018 @ 11:07 AM CDT

Thanks for the responses chaps. My apologies for my own delayed reply.

Yes, I am using various string patches including the new studio strings.

I soloed just one acoustic track and it did the same.

I've raised a question on the Apple forum and I'll let you know if I get an answer.

Thanks again

https://discussions.apple.com/message/33467999#33467999

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MikeRobinson
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Re:What does
Tuesday, June 05 2018 @ 08:22 AM CDT

Based on your description, I would definitely consider this to be a probable bug in the software.

http://www.idownloadblog.com/2016/04/15/how-to-submit-feedback-and-bug-reports-to-apple/

Here is a link to a page which describes the various ways that you can submit a bug-report to Apple.   Obviously, if you are an “Apple Developer” (or care to sign-up), you have even more options.

https://www.apple.com/feedback/logic-pro.html ... is a feedback page specifically devoted to the Logic Pro product.   (There are other pages for GarageBand and for every other type of Apple hardware and software.)   One of the feedback types is “Bug Report.”   It does not require a Developer account.   I would formally file the incident there, referring to it specifically as a defect.

I don't know if this will directly create an incident report in Apple’s internal “Radar” system, or if it must first be reviewed by a staffer, but I am pretty sure that this will serve to get the report fairly-directly to where it needs to go.   Keep a copy of the project which exhibits the problem, in case you are asked for it, and, if you subsequently find a workaround or an enlightening-moment, file another ticket to that effect.   Be as detailed as you possibly can, because the Devil is usually in those details.
DWL
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Re:What does
Saturday, June 09 2018 @ 08:35 AM CDT

Thanks Mike, sorry for the delay but I've been travelling and too many hotels that say they have wifi don't mention that it only works well if you're standing at the check-in desk!

I'll check out the links. No-one has responded to my question on the Apple forum.

Cheers

Dick

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J.A.Stewart
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Re:What does
Saturday, June 09 2018 @ 09:18 AM CDT

Quote by: DWL
Thanks Mike, sorry for the delay but I've been travelling and too many hotels that say they have wifi don't mention that it only works well if you're standing at the check-in desk!

I'll check out the links. No-one has responded to my question on the Apple forum.

Cheers

Dick



Talk about A Man On a String. Yikes.

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MikeRobinson
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Re:What does
Tuesday, June 12 2018 @ 01:03 PM CDT

It doesn't surprise me that a forum would not respond, but if you open a bug-report on the feedback page it should make it into Radar and get seen by the right developers.