According to Apple, Logic Pro 10.5 is the biggest update since Logic Pro X shipped in July 2013. (That’s seven years of free updates!) From the press release, Apple today unveiled a major update to Logic Pro X with a professional version of Live Loops, a completely redesigned sampling workflow, and new beat-making tools. With its collection…Continue reading The biggest update to Logic since the launch of Logic Pro X – and it’s a free update!
This week, Apple released the Logic Pro X update that was shown at WWDC 2019. This version takes advantage of the upcoming Mac Pro with support of up to 56 processing threads, 1,000 audio tracks and 1,000 software instrument tracks. “Additionally, Logic Pro X now supports 1,000 auxiliary channel strips, 1,000 external MIDI tracks and…Continue reading Logic Pro X 10.4.5 Update
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…Continue reading Logic Pro 10.4 is released
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!
Funny, I just finished tracking and sending a client the comps when I saw the announcement that 10.3 has been released. Here is the press release (covering the new GarageBand 2.2 of iOS as well because the two apps work together over iCloud) http://www.apple.com/newsroom/2017/01/garageband-and-logic-pro-x-music-apps-get-major-updates.html What’s new? Touch Bar support, Alchemy on iOS GarageBand, “users can upload…Continue reading Logic isn’t dead (and smells just fine, thank you) – Logic Pro X 10.3 Released