(FIXED in 10.7.1) Logic 10.7 Update - Degraded Graphical Performance in RRP

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Pepin
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Post 18 Oct 2021

Logic 10.7 was just released, and I'm finding it causes significant graphical performance issues in RRP.
Dragging any control is now very choppy, where it was perfectly smooth prior to the update.

Is anyone else who's brave enough to upgrade seeing this issue?
Last edited by Pepin on 11 Nov 2021, edited 1 time in total.

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Pepin
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Post 18 Oct 2021

I investigated a bit more, and it appears related to how Reason reports changes to Logic, as it only happens with changes that end up in Logic's undo buffer.
CV trim knobs still move smoothly, for example. In other words, it affects anything that can be automated.

I've observed in the past that Reason creates many incremental changes in Logic's undo buffer instead of just one as a control is changed. I would guess this behavior is now having a performance impact (entirely speculation).

I went ahead and submitted a bug report too.

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Post 19 Oct 2021

Thanks for the heads up on this. Is this on an Intel or M1 Mac?
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Post 19 Oct 2021

tronam wrote:
19 Oct 2021
Thanks for the heads up on this. Is this on an Intel or M1 Mac?
Answered in wrong thread… or not. Edited post made my comment obsolete. :puf_smile:

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Post 19 Oct 2021

tronam wrote:
19 Oct 2021
Thanks for the heads up on this. Is this on an Intel or M1 Mac?
Intel for me

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Pepin
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Post 11 Nov 2021

Good news, the performance issues appear to be fixed with the Logic update that released today (10.7.1).

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