Note for MASCHINE MK3 users: Apple Logic Pro X is automatically configured for advanced integration with MASCHINE MK3. The MASCHINE software must first be installed. Once installed, ensure that the controller is connected and switched on before launching Logic Pro X. No further steps are necessary.
This setup procedure consists of two steps:
- Configuring the MASCHINE Controller for Host Transport Control
- Configuring Logic for Host Transport Control
- Open the Controller Editor application:
- Mac: Macintosh HD > Applications > Native Instruments > Controller Editor
- In Controller Editor, load the Mackie Control template for your controller from the Factory Templates drop-down menu.
- Enable Host Transport Control
- Open the Logic Pro X drop-down menu from the menu bar, and select Control Surfaces > Setup...
- In the Control Surface Setup window, click on New and select Install...
- In the Manufacturer field, select Mackie Designs and under Model select Mackie Control. Confirm your selection by clicking the Add button
- If the Inspector is not shown, right-click on the surface next to the image of the Mackie controller, and select Show/ Hide Inspector.
- Open the Input Port menu. Select the Maschine Virtual Input entry corresponding to the name of your MASCHINE controller.
- Close the Setup window. You can now control Logic Pro X's transport functions with your MASCHINE Controller.