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Here's an example on how to set up AutoTonic with Logic Pro. Since there might exist multiple approaches one of the most comfortable ways is definitely by creating a new, virtual MIDI "IAC port" in the background, which will have the benefit of being always available, no matter if you close AutoTonic or start it at a later point than your DAW. Generally speaking you also could think of MIDI routing and ports in terms of an imaginary patchbay, for example: never route a signal into the same port where it came from – this might could cause troubles …

PS: Yes, unfortunately MIDI 'porting' requires a little engineering, get over it. But once your workflow is set up you won't think of it ever again. Just imagine what efforts Vangelis must had with his setup, and still he doesn't seems to complain at all …


Here's an example on how to set up AutoTonic with Logic Pro. Since there might exist multiple approaches one of the most comfortable ways is definitely by creating a new, virtual MIDI "IAC port" in the background, which will have the benefit of being always available, no matter if you close AutoTonic or start it at a later point than your DAW. Generally speaking you also could think of MIDI routing and ports in terms of an imaginary patchbay, for example: never route a signal into the same port where it came from – this might could cause troubles …

PS: Yes, unfortunately MIDI 'porting' requires a little engineering, get over it. But once your workflow is set up you won't think of it ever again. Just imagine what efforts Vangelis must had with his setup, and still he doesn't seems to complain at all …