Kontrol S-Series MK3 DAW mode stopped working with logic pro

olubone
olubone Member Posts: 4 Newcomer
My Kontrol S-Series MK3 is stack in Default Midi Template when I open logic. It works in kontakt and Komplete Kontrol but the DAW functionality stopped working. I have removed the device from the control surface setup and it still does not work. Logic automatically adds it to the control surface automatically each time I remove it and restart logic but the DAW functionally still doesn't work.

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  • Maciej Repetowski
    Maciej Repetowski Member Posts: 369 Pro
    • Quit Logic
    • Switch off Mk3 keyboard
    • Delete Logic Control Surface preferences file:
    • com.apple.logic.pro.cs (should be in Library/Preferences, do a search in Finder if not)
    • Restart Logic
    • Switch on Mk3

    See if it works 👍

  • zassimo
    zassimo Member Posts: 14 Member
    Also same for me but definitely don't want to delete all my Logic settings. My keyboard was working until I updated to the latest Sonoma last night
  • Maciej Repetowski
    Maciej Repetowski Member Posts: 369 Pro
    edited February 11

    It’s just Control Surfaces settings, not Logic preferences (which are in different file). Unless you use different controllers, which you have custom mapped in Logic, no harm in deleting this file.

    Another thing is to go to Control Surfaces settings and click on “Rebuild Defaults” - if you have not tried that already.

  • mickeyl
    mickeyl Member Posts: 55 Helper

    For music production, I advise always running the N-1th version of the current macOS.

  • olubone
    olubone Member Posts: 4 Newcomer
    I'm tracking my steps and it should happened after updating my OS to 14.3.1.
  • olubone
    olubone Member Posts: 4 Newcomer
    > @"Maciej Repetowski" said:
    > Quit Logic
    > Switch off Mk3 keyboard
    > Delete Logic Control Surface preferences file:
    > com.apple.logic.pro.cs (should be in Library/Preferences, do a search in Finder if not)
    > Restart Logic
    > Switch on Mk3
    > See if it works 👍

    I did this already and issue still persists.
  • Maciej Repetowski
    Maciej Repetowski Member Posts: 369 Pro

    In that case, you need to talk to NI support.

    Good chance that Apple messed something with the last update, though. It will be fixed eventually.

  • zassimo
    zassimo Member Posts: 14 Member
    You had the same issue when updating to the latest Mac OS as me, so I think it's an update issue
  • Matthew_NI
    Matthew_NI Product Team Posts: 682 mod

    Try this: Logic Pro -> Control Surfaces -> Rebuild Defaults

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