N/APosted on - 02/25/2014
When I am using the logic pro it ended up with an error message. An error appeared in logic pro while using the LexRandomHall plug-in. I tried the three options in the error message. But nothing fixed my problem; it remains in the same place. Not able to proceed further. Please suggest me some solution. Thanks in advance.
Logic Pro quit unexpectedly while using the LexRandomHall plug-in.
Click Reopen to open the application again. Click Report to see more detailed information and send a report to Apple.
An error appeared in logic pro while using the LexRandomHall plug-in
There are different errors when running Logic Pro that is associated to faulty plug-in. The usual solution is to remove or disable the plug-in from the application. But before doing this, try if you can install any available update on your computer that might fix this bug from the plug-in. Click on the Apple menu and select System Update.
Install the available update shown on the next screen and restart your computer. When prompted, just enter your administrator username and password to continue. After this see if you can start Logic Pro again. If you still have the same error, try disabling the plug-in. Open Logic Pro then go to Audio Units Manager or Preferences and then Audio Units Manager in the dropdown menu.
Find “LexRandomHall” among the list and uncheck it. Click Done and then exit Logic Pro. See image.
Restart Logic Pro and see if it works.