Before you check firewall and control surface settings, make sure your device that's running Logic Remote is on the same Wi-Fi network as your Mac:
Change the Firewall settings on your Mac
Firewall settings on your Mac may be blocking Logic Remote from connecting.
- Choose System Preferences from the Apple menu .
- Click Security & Privacy in the System Preferences window.
- Click the Firewall tab in the Security & Privacy pane.
- Click the lock icon at the bottom left-hand corner of the Firewall pane, then enter an administrator user name and password.
- Click the Firewall Options button.
- Untick the tickbox for "Block all incoming connections".
- Click OK. Try connecting Logic Remote.
If you still can't connect, check to see whether you have a TouchOSC device added in Logic Pro, then remove it if you do.
Remove TouchOSC device from Logic Pro
Logic Remote may not connect if you've previously added a TouchOSC device as a control surface for Logic Pro.
- Close Logic Remote.
- Open Logic Pro on your Mac.
- Choose Logic Pro > Control Surfaces > Setup.
- Check to see if a TouchOSC device appears in the window. If so, select the device, press the Delete key, then click OK.
- If there are other Logic Remotes in the window, delete them.
- Try connecting Logic Remote.