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.
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 […]
This release appears to be very Logic-oriented, which is probably why we’re not seeing a MainStage nor GarageBand update at the moment. Below are the highlights. See the link for the complete list. It’s huge! https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT203718 What’s New in Version 10.2.3 This update contains numerous fixes and enhancements including: • Crossfades between comp sections in […]
Logic Pro X 10.2.1 Release info What’s New in Version 10.2.1 This update contains numerous fixes and enhancements including: • New multi-threading feature improves performance when processing multiple live channels • Faster playback responsiveness when previewing Apple Loops and performing region edits • Flex Pitch editing can be performed within the Tracks area using a […]