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    23agenda
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    I’m using Logic Pro X (Mac OS X 10.9.1), an E-mu Xmidi1x1 tab interface, an Alesis Micron, and the MINIAKmicron.panel.

    Problem 01:
    I can load the banks with patches (from the Micron) on the standalone version, and the controls work, but I receive an error on the Micron…

    Receive Failed: Data is corrupt.

    The error happens with the interface plugged directly into the Mac. I’ve tried turning the Micron on/off, and changing the write protect on/off.

    Problem 02:
    I cannot get the plugin to work in Logic. When I open it, the menus remain grayed out after a long time. I tried restarting Logic.

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    #17098

    mecano
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    This should fix problem n°2

    Unable to Install/Run Ctrlr AU plugin

    #17100

    mecano
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    for the first problem what were you trying to achieve when the error popped?
    I’m playing with it right now (AU) no error yet.

    #17156

    23agenda
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    At first, I requested full list… it loaded every other patch so I had to click in the missing patches to get them. I received the error from the start. After upgrading to the latest version (standalone), it still does it although I receive a “35% received…” then “data timed out” message SOMETIMES instead of the “data corrupt” message” although I still receive that too.

    #17264

    23agenda
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    Thanks, I got the panel loaded. But still… the same problem with the Micron. It could be some setting on the Micron but I have no idea what.

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