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Logic Pro X

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By Apple (Apple Inc.)

Logic Pro X is the most advanced version of Logic ever. Sophisticated tools for professional songwriting, editing, and mixing are built around a modern interface that’s designed to get creative results quickly and also deliver more power whenever it’s needed. Logic Pro X includes a massive collection of instruments, effects, and loops, providing a complete toolkit to create amazing-sounding music.

Powerful Interface
• Consolidate and control multiple tracks or create rich, layered instruments with Track Stacks
• Smart Controls allow you to manipulate multiple plug-ins and parameters with a single move
• Support for the Touch Bar on MacBook Pro provides convenient controls for creating, editing and navigating your songs
• Autosave keeps your work safe and sound

Professional Music Production
• Record and edit MIDI or audio using a comprehensive set of editors and tools
• Keep takes organized with take folders and build comps quickly with Quick Swipe Comping
• Track Alternatives let you create and switch between different playlists of regions and edits on a track
• Render any combination of effect plug-ins to a selection of audio using Selection-based Processing
• Fix out-of-tune vocals and change the melodies of recorded audio with Flex Pitch
• Manipulate the timing and tempo of any recording with ease using Flex Time
• Comprehensive mix and plug-in parameter automation can be part of a region or track
• Create and mix music from anywhere in the room using Logic Remote on iPad or iPhone
• Produce simple lead sheets or orchestral scores with built-in Score editor

Drum Production
• Create authentic acoustic, electronic, or hip hop drum tracks using Drummer, a virtual session player and beat producer
• Choose among 28 distinct drummers that can take your direction and perform millions of unique grooves
• Build your own acoustic drum kits with Drum Kit Designer using a collection of deeply sampled drums
• Customize the sound of your electronic beats using Drum Machine Designer

Keyboards and Synths
• Get inspired by collection of synths that provide analog, wavetable, FM, additive, granular, spectral, and modeling synthesis
• Quickly find sounds or create unique new ones with Alchemy, the ultimate sample manipulation synthesizer
• Play or create a wide variety of rich sampled instruments with the EXS24 Sampler
• Instantly turn a simple chord into a rich performance with the Arpeggiator
• Transform simple ideas into elaborate performances using nine MIDI plug-ins
• Play faithful models of classic organs, keyboards, and vintage synths

Guitar and Bass Gear
• Build your own guitar or bass rig with Amp Designer using vintage and modern amps, cabinets, and mics
• Design a custom Pedalboard from a collection of delay, distortion, and modulation stompboxes
• Access the Tuner with just a click to quickly get in tune

Creative and Production Effects
• Play your sounds through realistic acoustic spaces using Space Designer convolution reverb
• Use a range of multi-tap, vintage tape, and stereo delays
• Add movement to your tracks with a variety of modulation effects

Sound Library
• Over 2700 instrument and effect Patches
• More than 850 meticulously sampled instruments
• 5900 Apple Loops in modern urban and electronic genres

Compatibility
• Expand your instrument and effects library with third-party Audio Units-compatible plug-ins
• Share to GarageBand option allows you to remotely add new tracks to your Logic project from your iPhone or iPad via iCloud
• Import and export XML to support Final Cut Pro X workflows
• Export and share your songs directly to SoundCloud
• Open projects from Logic 5 or later

Minimum System Requirements
4GB RAM
Display with 1280-by-768 resolution or higher
OS X v10.11 or later
Requires 64-bit Audio Units plug-ins
6GB available disk space for minimum install / 57GB hard disk for full Sound Library installation

Release Notes

30/03/2017 | Version : 10.3.1 | Size : 1.2 GB
• Addresses issues that could cause regions to behave unexpectedly while moving them
• Resolves an issue where regions on inactive Track Alternatives could get deleted
• Global edits that cut or insert time are now also applied to inactive Track Alternatives
• Projects using sample rates other than 44.1kHz can now be shared to GarageBand for iOS

Introduced in Version 10.3
Support for the Touch Bar on MacBook Pro
• View your entire project at a glance and navigate with touch in the timeline overview
• Adjust Smart Controls on the selected track to fine-tune the sound of instruments and effects
• Play and record software instruments using a musical keyboard with piano keys or scale mode
• Trigger drum pads to create beats while controlling velocity and note repeat
• Access your favourite shortcuts using a set of customisable key commands

Updated Interface
• New modern design with improved legibility in a variety of lighting conditions
• Expanded colour palette offers 24 more colours to label your regions, tracks and notes
• Horizontal auto-zoom helps keep everything in view
• New region editing design reveals waveform for entire audio file while trimming

Audio Production
• Track Alternatives let you create and switch between different playlists of regions and edits on a track
• Render any combination of effect plug-ins to a selection of audio using Selection-based Processing
• True stereo panning provides more control and discrete manipulation of stereo signals
• Apply fades across multiple regions at a time
• 64-bit summing engine
• Use 192 additional busses

Additional Features
• Share to GarageBand option allows you to remotely add new tracks to your Logic project from your iPhone or iPad via iCloud
• MIDI plug-ins can be used to creatively control plug-in parameters
• Directly assign Software Instruments as sidechain sources
• Import Music XML files

19/01/2017 | Version : 10.3 | Size : 1.2 GB
Support for the Touch Bar on MacBook Pro
• View your entire project at a glance and navigate with touch in the timeline overview
• Adjust Smart Controls on the selected track to fine-tune the sound of instruments and effects
• Play and record software instruments using a musical keyboard with piano keys or scale mode
• Trigger drum pads to create beats while controlling velocity and note repeat
• Access your favourite shortcuts using a set of customisable key commands

Updated Interface
• New modern design with improved legibility in a variety of lighting conditions
• Expanded colour palette offers 24 more colours to label your regions, tracks and notes
• Horizontal auto-zoom helps keep everything in view
• New region editing design reveals waveform for entire audio file while trimming

Audio Production
• Track Alternatives let you create and switch between different playlists of regions and edits on a track
• Render any combination of effect plug-ins to a selection of audio using Selection-based Processing
• True stereo panning provides more control and discrete manipulation of stereo signals
• Apply fades across multiple regions at a time
• 64-bit summing engine
• Use 192 additional busses

Additional Features
• Share to GarageBand option allows you to remotely add new tracks to your Logic project from your iPhone or iPad via iCloud
• MIDI plug-ins can be used to creatively control plug-in parameters
• Directly assign Software Instruments as sidechain sources
• Import Music XML files

19/07/2016 | Version : 10.2.4 | Size : 1.2 GB
This update contains stability improvements and bug fixes.

Other recent Improvements:
• Crossfades between comp sections in Take Folders can now be graphically edited
• Ability to enable click zones for Take Folders to provide simultaneous access to editing and Quick Swipe Comping
• Improves sound quality for Flex Pitch editing
• 7 additional plug-ins have been redesigned to add Retina support and improve usability
• New Loudness Meter plug-in provides support for LUFS metering
• Nudge controls can now be used to edit the position of selected automation points
• Icons for Drum Machine Designer cells are now user assignable
• All Alchemy presets now include names for Transform Pad snapshots
• 3 new traditional Chinese instrument Patches for pipa, erhu and percussion
• Over 300 new Chinese instrument Apple Loops

Rankings

Overall :
#1 : Top Grossing Mac Applications
#1 : Top Paid Mac Applications

Categories :
#1 : Top Grossing Mac Applications [Music]
#1 : Top Paid Mac Applications [Music]

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Supported Devices : Mac OS

Comments and Ratings for Logic Pro X

Replaces PT 12 HD without doubt! (10.3.1)
19/04/2017 08:31:33 5/5 By EdwardRedfern
I’ve worked with Protools HD for years but became sick of poor support and ridiculous costs. I have fond memories of Emagic Logic 5 platinum and for the last year or so I’ve been working with Logic Pro X and love it. It’s a great system that gives me the flexibility and freedom that comes with touring. Though I give this a 5 star review, I do think that a few tweaks / re-writes are in order and Apple please listen to this as this will give customers greater flexibility here. 1: Give users the ability to choose where to install sample libraries and all associated components including impulse response libraries, apple samples, etc such as the ability to install to external hdd or SSD or network array. 2: Give users the ability to not use the apple loops or instruments at all and allow users to run their choice of instruments without bulking up logic pro X. by default when logic pro X installs, it downloads sample libraries and asks you to download more sounds, that in itself takes upto 60gb disk space especially on SSD’s etc. though handy, I never use these libraries and only work with 3rd party plugins from developers like Native Instruments, IK Multimedia, etc, so for me there’s no need for apple’s own plugins unless I want to use them. 3: give us the ability to skin our interfaces. Recently it’s become clear that users can with developer tools to reskin Logic Pro X, why not give us that ability from within logic Pro X and let us decide what our UI would be for us, we don’t want white screens blinding studios out, etc, so give us the choice of what we would use for an environment layout. 4: Give users the ability to work between control surfaces. At present if you work with a number of different control surfaces, it’s either one or the other, give us the ability to hot switch between surfaces or auto detect surfaces used / combine them with a master transport behaviour across devices. Other than that, I’m rather happy so far. Flexibility of use is a great thing within a DAW, especially when working with different clients and projects. It’s nice to feel that you’re working with a system that’s easier to mix with, edit with and master with compared to previous versions and other systems on the market. When you’re running Logic Pro X with a high specification mac with SSD’s throughout, you really notice the performance throughout and all I can say to that is, keep up the good work. It would just be nice to be given some flexibility over the content such as apple loops, apple instruments, etc. I’m not saying they’re bad, I just don’t find I’m using them and would rather utilise the SSD’s for the ever growing sample libraries with 3rd party developer plugins that really get used every day. I would however say this. If apple do consider rebuilding the sound libraries, I would ask two things. Please concentrate on better samples for grand pianos and other instruments. Also please give us better orchestral string samples. The strings feel like a rather poor roland relation that don’t give enough edge, ok for MIDI work but not so good for general production work, hence as I say, the ability to not install these products on launch first time or to have better control over the sound library installer to route libraries elsewhere.

Keeps freezing and other issues... (10.3.1)
15/04/2017 14:21:00 3/5 By Jdhdbfb123
I thought I might update it as the update was pestering me. I thought it was okay at first but now, for some reason, my 2i2 focusrite sound card only records at a good level if it is turned all of the way up which is really annoying. Also this app now crashed all of the time and freezes. Please resolve this issues fast as I didn’t pay £150 fpr it to freeze. Thanks

My favourite DAW - but I still have to use Pro Tools sometimes... (10.3.1)
31/03/2017 20:17:32 5/5 By djmixer135
I love Logic and have done for several years however I do still have to jump on Pro Tools every now and again for speedy audio editing in my sound design projects. Please allow us to change the ‘default’ EQ and Compressor plugins. I use quite a few third-party plugins inside of Logic and although the built-in units are great, it would be nice to have some flexibility. Most importantly - keep doing what you’re doing guys! Thanks

Packs a Punch that few can match (10.3.1)
23/03/2017 12:22:36 5/5 By Tranzition Fit
I bought a 2012 Mac Mini and upgraded it to 16GB of Crucial RAM and a 522GB Crucial SSD . My Mac is the Quad Core i7 . Logic absolutely flies on this setup and no system overload messages . The amount of AAU`s that come with this package are of a really nice quality and enough to get you started on the path of some serious audio creativity . I have been a PC user for many years and worked in a London shop that supplied audio systems on Apple and Windows based systems back in the 90`s . The guys that I envied were the ones running Power Macs and eMagic Logic . it has taken me years to finally take the plunge and I have been far more creative with Logic in a few weeks than I have ever been on a Windows based DAW . Wild Horses would not be able to drag me back . I have coupled this system with a Focusrite Clarett2pre on Thunderbolt and have zero latency issues. I have Superior Drummer 2 loaded up , Positive Grid Bias FX for Guitar and Bass duties , vocal tracks running with Plug-ins on them and Logic is sitting there and twiddling its Thumbs as if it is barely operating at full capacity . I have yet to find something that will make it stumble , and yet I feel I have not even scratched the surface of its potential yet . I don`t even have to think about the software doing its job and I am concentrating more on getting on with the job at hand or making quick tracks to plot ideas down . Other DAW software would have me grinding my teeth and making mistakes due to clunky interfaces , as far as I am concerned I will never go back from this and am genuinely content with it , not felt like this in a ong time , well done all involved , it has been a long and hard earned path.

Logic Pro X is still the best DAW (10.3.1)
02/03/2017 10:35:05 5/5 By Joel The Superior
I genuinely maintain that Logic Pro X is the best DAW out there for both professionals and hobbyists alike. It has all of the features you could ever possibly want to make music, with stock effects and instruments that rival some of the most expensive third party ones on the market. The compressor is genuinely one of the best I’ve heard, Alchemy is probably my favourite synth of all time and quite honestly you could comfortably make music in Logic without ever needing anything else. The Drummer track is pure awesome. It gives you MIDI and you can edit it to your heart’s content, and drive just about any drum sample library you want, including third party ones. With that said, why bother, the built in drums are genuinely fantastic. The mixer is probably one of the most powerful and flexible I’ve seen in any DAW. Being able to route just about anything to anything else is awesome and you don’t miss it until you realise how bad other DAWs can be at doing it. The price is insanely low - it’s probably the best music production deal available on the planet, but in all seriousness Apple could genuinely charge 10 times as much and I’d still use it. It’s honestly the best DAW on the market.

Sytem overload (CPU) (10.3.1)
01/03/2017 14:48:14 2/5 By THarding18
I would love to give it 5 stars but the thing that is holding me back is the constant system overload messagees - Apple, please fix this!

Still my favourite DAW even after 12 YEARS (10.3.1)
26/02/2017 03:24:28 5/5 By Leigh Green
I first acquired Logic when it was still available for Windows (eMagic Logic v5.1) and even back then I was more than pleased with the quality of the audio and ease of use. It's great for recording audio but watch those meters as they’re still not amazingly accurate in comparison with, say Pro Tools/Cubase, and of course it’s so easy to use. The program runs well with CPU drainage at the lowest it’s ever been from I can tell, and I haven’t had a single crash from the new version. The MIDI is the most stable it’s ever been, the GUI is slicker and more flat so there’s even less drainage on CPU meaning more processing power focussed on your music. They’ve done a great job on adding more Bus Groups but I don’t need that many, but I’m aware this is great for soundtrackers. The new panning is awesome and came at a great time as I want to start doing surround mixes. Thanks Apple :D

Logic Pro X : is it as good as it’s name lives up to? (10.3.1)
26/02/2017 01:41:05 5/5 By tommy_grant
yes, it lives up to its name. When I first set out to buy this DAW i was expecting maybe a handful of bug fix updates, yet whats actually happened is full-fledged updates which make your DAW feel new again, With some much needed GUI design updates. The (What I call) Alchemy update, Just goes to show that apple are still dedicated to there pro users, and also suggests that we will continue to see absolute awesome updates in the future. When I first got this DAW some many few years ago now, I thought it was brilliant, possibly the best DAW I have used (And i’ve used pretty much all of them, such as ableton, cubase, pro tools - except FL Studio, like really?) Even though back then it was buggy as hell (Don’t worry they're all gone now). Today, well today I still get excited everytime theres a new update, heck, even when I open a project! All in all, You can’t go wrong, Out of the box you get only the best included plugins, Yes, Logic comes with a whole array of seriously powerful plugins - For instance, I have some fab filter and Native Intrument plugins, yet i still find myself using Logic’s own. I would not worry if you think apple are going to release logic pro 11 tommorow, becuase they won’t - it seems apples approach to Logic Pro X(10) is buy it once, own it forever. I hope that anyone reading this finds it useful to know that, despite some old negative reviews, logic Pro X is a killer DAW. Worth every penny!

For the price , quite brillaint (10.3.1)
22/02/2017 09:28:57 5/5 By N4dave
I know its not perfect but for the price this program is just amazing. Im no musican cant read music and a beginner with pc software and I know maybe 25% of the program and how it works. The sounds are brilliant , 100’s of synths , sounds to use in your music. You get a sampler , vocoder effects etc One thing I wish they would fix is a problem with overload memory error message when playing yoiur tune even with extra RAM I have purchased

Track Alternatives works now. Ta muchly Apple. (10.3.1)
21/02/2017 12:31:40 5/5 By Realitybud
I took to Track Alternatives like a duck to water, and now that its unforgivably flaky behaviour in 10.3.0 has been fixed this feature is a real pleasure to use.

Latest Update is Buggy - 5 Star DAW let down by new bugs (10.3)
20/02/2017 06:39:31 3/5 By Kirkstall Records
- I also have snap issues as described below. (It seems the function works only when the actual track is selected, instead of just being able to drag and drop arbitrarily like before.) - I am experiencing much much less stability than before (more crashes) - Strange playback issues, such as; the DAW is working perfectly fine, then all of a sudden playback wont work so I have to quit out and restart. Extremely frustrating. - Sudden increases in audio level, possibly caused by instability due to crashes, seems to happen before I get a full on “Logic X has quit unexpectedly." - Ultrabeat resetting samples all of a sudden (I am using native samples bundled with Logic X) All of this was OK in previous version. Please fix this Apple, we love Logic! Otherwise this is THE perfect DAW apple just need to sort out this latest update. I have given 3 stars for the latest update due to it’s bugginess, I would expect better from Apple.

New 10.3 colour scheme is great. (10.3)
18/02/2017 15:58:32 5/5 By MinusOneZero
A lot clearer. Worth upgrading to sierra to install.

out of tune bug (10.3)
14/02/2017 11:35:05 3/5 By Dukie9
my songs keep going out of tune whenever i play a soloed track. ITS SO ANNOYING!

Awful new flat graphics, and bugs in version 10.3.0 (10.3)
12/02/2017 07:44:13 3/5 By ItsKerochan
There are various bugs with this new 10.3.0 version unfortunately. Some nice new additions though, apart from the terrible flat graphics, we know its an audio application but it would be far more enjoyable to work with 3D life like graphics. I am sure this will put many newbies off buying it. I will stick with it for now, though I have reverted back to the previous Logic version, darker & better for the eyes , no bugs , and nicer graphics.

Logc 10.3 Worst buggy Logic ever!!! (10.3)
09/02/2017 19:51:36 3/5 By Scooby Dooby Snacks
I’ve got the Alt Copy bug. Meaning every time I copy audio, Logic places it to the right of where I place it and I have to drag it back into place. It’s killing my workflow and its really annoying!!! Also had issues with the sissors tool in piano roll - I selected multiple notes, did the usual cut, but instead of cutting all of the notes Logic just deselected the notes. Happened time and time again. Been using Logic for over 15 years. Checked on forums loads of people experiencing the Alt copy issue too. Expecting an update soon to fix this. Come on Apple professional composers havent got time for updates that create problems. Aside from these issues I like the lighter enviroment and some of the new features. Just make sure you get the basics right 1st Apple.

Problems with arrange window + AU Instruments crash the software (10.3)
07/02/2017 14:08:53 2/5 By J CRAVENWOOD
So i’ve just upgraded Logic x to 10.3 and if i’m being completely honest it hasn’t been worth it overall. The arrange window now has problems dragging and dropping regions (one of the most basic functions of using a daw). You now have to zoom right in on each track/region to move it otherwise it will end up dropping somehwere completely different to where you want it to go. Also some of my external AU plug ins crash Logic whenever I try opening them. The ones I have been havin issues with are Retrologue 2 and Synlenth which are super low on CPU so I have no idea what is happening there. However one thing they have fixed is the EQ. It seems now that it uses a lot less CPU and doesn’t crash anymore which is good. But please Apply sort out the AU Instruments crashing. This is seriously effecting my productiviety!

DONT GET THIS PROGRAM IF YOU VALUE YOUR AUDIO FILES (10.3)
07/02/2017 12:56:17 1/5 By majesty2032
Just some of the reoccuring errors im having with Logic x that apple wont tell you when selling to you.. >Logic Pro X can’t recognize file “.aif”<. = when this was the same program that created it?! ??? >Logic found audio files in 8bit format. This format is unsupported and cant be played back<= when this was the same program that created it?! ??? >audio files are scrambled and projects are ruined making all recording a waste of time< ???? >DISK IS TOO SLOW SYSTEM OVERLOAD<constantly I have had nothing but problems with Logic X not to mention the awful incompatibility with previous versions of logic! How can you make an updated version so incompatible with past projects made with previous versions of logic? Who has weeks to sit and rework every slither of a previous project that used to open instantly ? and why would you want to? I wish i had never upgraded, annoyed and angry and frustrated. My creativity has been hallted and this has dramatically affected my personal life! how sad!

Visually BAD (10.3)
26/01/2017 10:03:39 3/5 By Charliedrum79
This is literally the first review I have ever written on anything this is how strongly I feel though (Aged 37)… . I Have used Logic for 15 or so years, it is an amazing DAW, But so dissapointed with the way it now looks. The design was completely right with the previous UI this one now feels like a toy. The scissor tool is ridiculous! Please please please revise the UI soon. With this new look Its become really embarrasing trying to justify this as professional industry software. Sorry Logic but it has to be said!!!

They Listened (10.3)
24/01/2017 19:51:25 5/5 By Derek123321
The big improvement here is that they have lightened the GUI and you can actually see what you are doing.

Some major good additions (10.3)
23/01/2017 10:03:20 4/5 By Phantomweight
Playlists arrive at last! This has always been one of the best features of Pro Tools (for nearly 20 years now…). Likewise the stereo panning which finally does away with direction mixer. Some niggles though: I still can’t colour-code regions and channels black, which was a major feature of my workflow before L10. Also there was a point when there were three not two toggle tools. And a proper modular synth would have been a better use of R&D time than the rather gimmicky Alchemy. Maybe the new MIDI insert functionality does the same job. In any case, Logic is still extraordinarily good value for money and it’s a great relief that Apple is still investing in it. Don’t get me started on the USB-C ports though…

Looks like a cheap ableton (10.3)
23/01/2017 09:56:35 1/5 By worst daw
worst ever update since logic 8, looks terrible, give me a virus instantly

Excellent (10.3)
22/01/2017 15:10:19 5/5 By bncgicw
I love using Logic Pro X for music editing. I focus on Jazz, Funk and Electronic music and it is yet to let me down on anything I’m doing. I especially like the way that use the mixer and arrangement windows in conjunction. I would, and do, highly recommend this to many friends.

READ THIS if you can’t download!! (10.3)
22/01/2017 07:29:48 5/5 By JuanJacinto12
You only need to have macOS Sierra! That’s it. Simple. Maybe Apple should write a very clear message so it doesn’t get so many one-star review.

What no update. (10.3)
22/01/2017 04:20:21 1/5 By Phrttt
What are you doing apple. If you release an update then release it world wide. I cannot like others from the UK update to the latest version. Rubbish. Still waiting, no update. Have tried asking the question in the LP community.

Unable to Update??? (10.3)
22/01/2017 00:48:01 5/5 By d'Aub
Could it be that those reviewers who are not being notified of an update or are unable to update are not running the current OS? I believe it needs to be OS X Sierra.

Logic 10.3.0 DOWNgrade! (10.3)
22/01/2017 00:38:06 1/5 By Classicalbanksy
It’s a mess, a dreadful, dreadful mess. Playhead sticks, bounced-down files just disappear for no reason. The look is hideous - cheap Ableton meets Lego. I’ve had to stop work this morning with a release on itunes scheduled for this week, to try to find a way of getting rid of it, and getting back to the previous version. If it ain’t broke, don’t try to fix it, guys please. Because now it really is broke. Angry, frustrated, anything but creative, which was how I felt yestrdsay before this monstrosity arrived.

solid update (10.3)
19/01/2017 05:28:46 4/5 By I_Am_Curly
lots of cool new features. didn’t like the new UI at first but it’s growing on me. where’s my non destructive audio editing at though?

Cannont update to this from the UK. Not showing in updates and clicking ‘Upadte’ from store not work (10.3)
19/01/2017 04:57:53 1/5 By Beltttttt
Cannont update to this from the UK. Not showing in updates and clicking ‘Upadte’ from store not working. Super Pro.

Absolute game-changer!! (10.3)
18/01/2017 18:22:00 5/5 By Coldplaydude
Logic Pro X is an absolute steal; you simply cannot go wrong! Logic is suited to anybody of any ability. It’s simplicity, yet power, opens doors for newbies, and opens eyes for professionals. Whether you’re just starting out, or you’ve been making records for years, Logic Pro X is a must have in any music and audio environment. We’re living in a recording revolution right now. There are nolonger any gatekeerers. With Logic Pro, someone of any age is perfectly capable of writing the next number one hit.

some great things, some baffling choices (10.3)
18/01/2017 15:18:00 3/5 By g.marinov
10.3 is a solid update to an already solid application. Audio region processing (Functions -> Selection-based processing) is great, the A-B options are nice. The mixer has got additional routing capabilities (route software instrument tracks directly into sidechains). However, there wasn’t any love for the old plugin UIs in this update. The big disappointment is the changed UI - now lighter, flatter, and text doesn’t work well on a non-retina display. People using a custom display style in the control bar might find the new larger and rounder typeface disappointing. All in all - Logic as you know it, only a tad iOS-ified.


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