I can't find "Maschine Mk3 Virtual In/Out" in Logic Pro anywhere!! Please help

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henriquedib
henriquedib Member Posts: 18 Member
edited June 2023 in Maschine

Hi all,

I have tried everything...followed several videos...have tried setting up a new control surface as "Mackie Control" but when it comes to setting the output and input ports (logic>control surfaces>setup), the option "Maschine Mk3 Virtual In/Out" is NOT there!

also went to logic>setting>MIDI>inputs...and they don't show there!

I just want to be able to use the Maschine Mk3 PADS to trigger midi modes in logic

What am I doing wrong?

Thanks

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  • henriquedib
    henriquedib Member Posts: 18 Member
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    Hi All, all good I solve the issue. I now see the virtual ports in logic. I did a few things:


    1- deleted the file com.apple.logic.pro.cs (on library>preferences). It rebuilds again automatically

    2- deactivated IAC driver (inside AUDIO/MIDI setup) and then restarted the computer, activated the driver again

    3- deleted the 'Mackie control' profile inside the NI controller editor

    4- also deleted it inside logic, so I am just now using my KK-S88 and MASCHINE MK3 controllers at the same time

    I believe that either the file was corrupted or/and having Maschine Mk3 AND Mackie Control activated at the same time was causing some kind of conflict.


    I am not sure what did the trick here, but it is working now...that's what matters.


    Thanks for the help anyway. I will leave the post here in case it helps others

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  • LostInFoundation
    LostInFoundation Member Posts: 4,318 Expert
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    Is mk3 set to midi mode?

  • D-One
    D-One Moderator Posts: 2,987 mod
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    Reinstall Maschine just in case.

    Open MacOS's 'Audio MIDI Setup' app, press ⌘2 to show the MIDI device window, and check if the mk3 virtual driver shows up active there.

  • henriquedib
    henriquedib Member Posts: 18 Member
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    hey guys, thanks for your help.


    @LostInFoundation Yes, of course. It is in MIDI mode.

    @D-One it only shows this (see pic). Should the 'Maschine Mk3 virtual in/out" be listed below "Maschine MK3" on the "Maschine MK3 Properties" window? Can you tell me if yours does?


  • henriquedib
    henriquedib Member Posts: 18 Member
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    Another pic of what I see.

    question:

    1- Why do I see 2 "Maschine MK3 virtual input" under logic>settings>MIDI>inputs (yellow box)?

    2- Why they don't show up when I am adding the new control surface (Mackie Control)?



  • henriquedib
    henriquedib Member Posts: 18 Member
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    Do I need to change something inside the controller editor?

  • Sunborn
    Sunborn NKS User Library Mod Posts: 2,552 mod
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    I am no Logic expert, but i can clearly see that your Maschine MK3 is there! Why matters if has not the same name? What really matter is: Does it work?

  • henriquedib
    henriquedib Member Posts: 18 Member
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    Hi All, all good I solve the issue. I now see the virtual ports in logic. I did a few things:


    1- deleted the file com.apple.logic.pro.cs (on library>preferences). It rebuilds again automatically

    2- deactivated IAC driver (inside AUDIO/MIDI setup) and then restarted the computer, activated the driver again

    3- deleted the 'Mackie control' profile inside the NI controller editor

    4- also deleted it inside logic, so I am just now using my KK-S88 and MASCHINE MK3 controllers at the same time

    I believe that either the file was corrupted or/and having Maschine Mk3 AND Mackie Control activated at the same time was causing some kind of conflict.


    I am not sure what did the trick here, but it is working now...that's what matters.


    Thanks for the help anyway. I will leave the post here in case it helps others

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