Hi there Darren ( well... Must be sleeping Daren at the time I'm typing this... LOL )
I got your new video and this time the LPX Project and channel is perfect
( just the simple stuff we need to troubleshoot this )
This time there is indeed some interesting things going on.
On your last video I can see that your ANA 2 main stereo output is already altered when you simply load the Future Chords preset and start to play it back and a significant decrease of ANA 2 main right channel output.
If we go back to midi and audio workflow : this is taking place " Pre-Channel Fader " , so this can only be caused by ANA 2 or something before ANA 2, but you have No Midi effect on this channel and this is the only channel in this Project.
So let's pretend we're in the real analog world for a minute...
- You hooked up your nice ANA 2 hardware synth to your Mixing Console.
- This synth has a stereo output so you plug in 2 cables to a stereo pair line input on your console L/R.
- You play the synth and notice that you have almost no signal on the Right.
--> You check your input level and console settings ( that's Logic here ) : everything is OK.
--> You check your Right connection between the synth & the console, you replace the cable and make sure it's correctly plugged in both ways : everything OK again ( No fancy Midi or anything before ANA 2 in Logic )
We are then left by the synth settings or a hardware failure inside the synth : interesting indeed
The 1st ANA 2 setting that comes to mind is the Mixer Section of course, because you can Pan the Oscillator output. But it's clear on the video that you're just loading the default preset, and furthermore this preset uses only 1 main Oscillator and we have visual focus on it. If there was a panning happening in ANA 2 mixer section, it would be reflected on the pan knob on the main GUI view, and the knob is centered, so it's not that.
You have manually uninstall ANA 2 and performed a clean install and I PM you the default preset so we are sure it's not preset related... Then something is wrong with the synth.
In the analog world, it's pretty sure that an internal module, a component is not quite right --> Back to repair !!
In the digital world things are more "spooky" or complicated : because you have the problem, I don't have it, it uses to work fine before for you, it's not anymore... ??
We do not have the same MacOS and Logic configuration though... I'll keep troubleshooting from there.
Catching up later