Unfortunately, Synchro Arts have found issues in Logic Pro X which prevent Revoice Pro 4 (and other third-party plugins) from utilising the ARA2 protocol effectively and to the high standard of performance we feel Logic Pro X users expect.
Many of these issues are caused by the need to always press playback to synchronise the ARA2 plug-in with Logic Pro X.
In several scenarios this will mean losing work done in ARA2 plug-ins.
One way ARA plug-in data can be lost is by using the following steps:
- Open a Logic Project which contains ARA plug-ins. If you do not press play you will notice your edits are not displayed in the plug-in.
- Without pressing play close the project and select the save option.
- When you re-open the session you will probably find the edits are lost in the ARA plug-in.
We have, reluctantly, decided to delay releasing our Revoice Pro 4 ARA2 interface for Logic Pro X until a way is found to avoid the loss of user edits .
We have notified Apple of our findings and hope the issues will be fixed in a future release of Logic Pro X.
Update 14 December 2018: The issues persist in Logic Pro X 10.4.3.
Update 17 January 2019: The issues persist in Logic Pro X 10.4.4.
Update 20 June 2019: The issues persist in Logic Pro X 10.4.5.
Update 11 July 2019: The issues persist in Logic Pro X 10.4.6.
Update 18 October 2019: The issues persist in Logic Pro X 10.4.7.
Update 16 December 2019: The issues persist in Logic Pro X 10.4.8.
Update 26 May 2020: The issues persist in Logic Pro X 10.5.