First of all, copy protection. Manufacturers of music software seem to claim that a) music software is pirated more than “regular” software and/or 2) they are small developers and can’t afford to be pirated like Adobe, Microsoft, and Apple can. To their first point, I have never seen proof of the first claim, and I’ve […]
Do you need to buy third-party plug-ins when you have Logic Pro X? Short answer: Probably not. Longer answer: Logic Pro X comes with tons of plug-ins, both instruments and effects. Lots of instruments are well-covered in Logic, but some haven’t been updated for a number of years and some types just haven’t been covered. […]
It’s not a huge list of new features, but they look pretty killer. New in Logic Pro X 10.4 New Features and Enhancements Smart Tempo Advanced tempo detection lets you automatically combine content together, regardless of their original tempo. Record audio without using a click or drag in an audio file and have the performance […]
All the details are here. Logic Pro X now supports up to 36 cores. Yowza. My new iMac Retina 5K has four, and I think that’s a lot. Shows what I know. Enjoy!
9to5Mac has a nice guide area for Logic Pro X including tutorials and product reviews, and they have begun a Logic Pro X 101 guide for beginners. See the articles here and look for the stories that start with “Logic Pros (101)” for the beginner guide articles.