Logic Pro X 4.5/5

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Logic Pro X

By Apple (Apple Inc.)
Supported Devices : Mac OS

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


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 750 meticulously sampled instruments
• 5600 Apple Loops in modern urban and electronic genres

• 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
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


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

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

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Comments and Ratings for Logic Pro X

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.

Bargain (10.3)
18/01/2017 15:02:00 5/5 By e301
I’e been using X since shortly after it was released: I cannot imagine ever wanting to use any other DAW. Not only is it fast, accurate, and gorgeous (certainly on a fully loaded 2013 Retina MBP), I’ve also used it to record 48 track stuff live on a 2010 13” MBP with no problems. I’ve written to picture a few times, music and SFX for various theatre shows at a grown-up standard: I’ve never needed anything this doesn’t do. And that’s before you get to the price point, which is, frankly, laughable. Seriously, the Alchemy synth alone is worth several times that price.

Touch bar & region by region plugins… fantastic! (10.3)
18/01/2017 12:08:00 5/5 By ph4wks
Been waiting for this update. Fantastic. The convenience of the touch bar in the studio is ace. And region by region plugins are a god send. The UI is also updated looking more modern… flatter. Really nice update.

..and I thought Pro-Tools was bad. (10.2.4)
06/01/2017 12:09:00 2/5 By Bullet
So… I bought Logic this morning and have spent all day watching it crash trying to perform the most mundame tasks from opening a mix template, trying to Save-As a project, watching it loop crash during boot up whilst constantly scanning my plugins… Man, why is this so DAW popular? I run a lean audio only MAC PRO (2013) with UAD Plugins, Soundtoys, McDSP through an Apollo Quad and Satellite Quad… Not exactly a pants system… I’ve been using Pro-Tools for 12 years and wanted to see what the fuss was about what with Avids crazy perpetual subscription plan on PT12 and poor bug fixing. Doesn’t seem to be any better on this side of the fence either!

Logic Pro X (Aimed at Apple newbe’s & New to Logic,Music etc) (10.2.4)
22/12/2016 04:44:00 5/5 By skroez
I can’t really add more than what has been said so far in these reviews. Just one thing I feel must be said, If your coming from a windows Background like me and not a professional producer. After using reason 4, I got the bug for making music. So I went and saved up for a iMac, as a painter I thought it would be useful to learn how to use Photoshop and Music. I went for an iMac as I noticed many artists both visual and musically used Apple products. It was my first ever Apple product, and I blame myself for not reaserching enough in this field regarding Logic Pro X. I was seeking to buy reason, but after using GarageBand, and hearing great things about Logic, I thought I’d purchase Logic Pro X instead. When I bought my iMac I thought a 21” 8 GB ram, 1TB H.D, would be fine for music, going for extra on Graphics chip. I’ve found this mistake costly, I should of saved for a 27” iMac, with the ability of upgrading the ram to 64GB. With the 21” model, you can’t upgrade the ram easily, unlike a windows PC. You can get it upgraded by various company's here in the UK. But it will cost me around £600 for 16GB and a SSD. I think i’d be better off saving this money, towards a 27” iMac. It’s better to have a SSD than a H.D with Logic Pro X also. If your thinking of buying a iMac/MBP and Logic Pro X go for the 27” if you can, shop around for good deals etc. Its easy to upgrade the ram with a 27” iMac with slots at the back. Get a SSD drive also, even if its just a 500GB SSD, You can get external ssd drives these days, the more of these drives you get the better. Read and follow the advice on music/tech sites and forums etc, before you invest. This as been an expensive mistake on my part, Logic is a fine bit of software, but its Ram hungry I’m having to save up again for my mistake please don’t make this mistake, esp if your new to Apple. Lastly don’t let this put you off if your thinking about investing in logic, The program and software is easily worth it, esp when you compare with what you get, with the price of other plug in’s and some DAW's

Potential, but not near finished yet (10.2.4)
07/12/2016 13:08:00 3/5 By Oudalally
Feature wise, Logic X has a lot of potential. UI wise, this is a disappointment. Useful features are hidden behind more menus than in Logic 9, familiar keybaord shortcuts have changed which take quite a while to unlearn. I can forgive that if the new shortcuts are rational, but in this case they simply aren’t. ESC - P for the pencil tool is fine, but ESC - A for fades makes so little sense that Apple should have stuck with the number keys which we already know. If a new approach is used, it should be consistent across the board, not half arsed and awkward. The whole UI is chunky and there are now so many more options on screen by default that editing a part in the piano roll gives you so little workable screen area unless you’re using a 28” external display. This was never fantastic in Logic 9, but at least you could edit a region without having to either scroll between each note, or be so far zoomed out that you can’t see the grid markers properly. I use a lot of bus channels for grouping my parts together, and have done for a long time. It’s a well practiced workflow, and I will not change from it for the whims of some new software. When using a track stack from the library, so many effects are added on aux busses which then clutter up my own busses and screw with the numbering. This would not be an issue if we could rearrange the aux channels, but nope. They are fixed. Add to that the poor stability in the UI (moving a region will sometimes make it vanish then the play head move to the start of the track), the forced switch to 64bit (so anybody with a 32bit AU HAS to buy a wrapper), you get a serious headache for any producers with legacy software or tracks they don’t want to convert. I’m all for progress, but I have 4 synths I cannot manage without, of which 3 are not yet 64bit, and one never will be (ReFX have dropped the ball with Vanguard here). I can’t stick with Logic 9 as on the newer OS it’s less stable than a one legged man on a pogo stick, but upgrading breaks compatibility with a ot of my mainstay plugins. If the UI was less finicky and more stable, I would rate Logic X as a one of the best DAWs on the market, but these niggles combined with the stability issues makes me think that Apple have forgotten their core market and are trying to add more features for hobbyist producers at the expense of serious tools for professionals (the PRO in the name is meaningless now). This has potential, but after spending several hundred pounds on plugins and logic 9, I can’t help feeling like Apple are laughing all the way to the bank! If you’re moving to Logic X from Garageband, you will find the transition reasonably smooth. If however you’ve been using Logic 9 for 5 years and have tweaked and adjusted your UI to suit a well practiced workflow, you will have a lot of work to do before you have something akin to your old setup. Also, bring back the floating transport bar! Cramming so much onto the top panel that you need popup menus is a major step backward for productivity.

Amazing (10.2.4)
13/11/2016 12:57:00 5/5 By Pak11
For me logic is amazing, but you have to scratch up on few things if like me your upgrading from a older version some of the buttons are different and some of the displays are different but within a few hours of playing around you soon get the hang of it. comes with tonnes of sounds and has a great variety in tonnes. if you are into studio recording this is as good as it gets i have used many others but i like how MIDI’s work so simple with Logic and drivers come pre installed for a lot of plug ins. Very Good Software and would recommend to anyone but be warned if learning from scratch its an eye opener to what you can do and if coming from older versions of logic you should feel right at home in no time.

Best DAW!! (10.2.4)
30/10/2016 17:36:00 5/5 By E57,
It’s the only DAW i’ll ever need to use. However the only thing i don’t like is how the automation doesn’t respond very well when you want something to be muted or soloed. Seems to be after or before when it’s supposed to happen and is annoying when you bounce a track to find out the automation is wrong. I do run a lot of plugins and VSTs but other then that it’s great!!!

The best! (10.2.4)
09/10/2016 19:07:00 5/5 By alexmshore
For the money nothing comes better than Logic Pro X. Everything works very well and it’s a joy to use.

A beautiful DAW that makes others seem clunky (10.2.4)
21/09/2016 16:35:00 5/5 By MaskedPhotographer
I’ve been a Logic user since version 7. Using Logic 9 happily fr some time I’d put off getting Pro X for a while as it looked quite different and I knew 9 like the back of my hand. I’m not a fan of spending time learning software when what I have does what I need. Also, I have to admit, I’m now fearful of Apple suddenly dropping or ‘dumbing down’ key applications so was toying with Cubase. But seeing some YouTube videos of the new version, and working through a problem with a key third party plugin that stopped working in 9, I decided to finally make the move as X has received a few good updates and Apple still seem to give it some love. At first glance it is rather different, with more of a modern ‘one window’ style. Get past this and you can work with it much like version 9 and after a couple of days I found the new approach cleaner and easier, although of course there was some minor frustration being a long time 9 user. Still, there was nothing that truly stumped me. Overall, though, the look and feel makes 9 seem like something from a different era. Has it been ‘dumbed down’? Well it looks more like Garageband visually but all the power and more besides is still there. Logic remains a top of the range DAW. I make both pure electronic music and also write songs and record rock. The drummer functionality is really, really good and a very quick, easy way to get an interesting, organic beat behind you if bashing out a quick chord progression. On the more electronic side, the easy, drum machine–style sequencing is something that looks really powerful, reminding me of the best drum plugins and something I’ll be exploring. Logic’s always been a joy to automate and it looks as if X makes it even easier and more powerful, with region-based automation something I’ve always wanted. Performance-wise it seems just as fast if not more so than 9 on the same hardware, with no performance hit from what I can see. Other top-tier DAWs are 3-4 times the price of Logic. I did try Cubase 8.5 and while that has functionality to burn it can’t hold a candle to the slick, modern interface of Logic X. I just hope Apple keeps it going long-term.

Absolutely Incredible! (10.2.4)
09/09/2016 04:56:00 5/5 By ClefferNotes
Don’t be fooled into thinking this is a stripped down DAW purely based on the elegantly simple GUI, underneath the simplistic look, is a truly professional grade piece of software. SInce the new update, Logic Pro X has turned into something truly amazing! The built in synths and instruments / effects are simply fantastic! I use this software every day with my profession and it is an absolute joy to use, I couldnt imagine my workflow without it. The automation features and midi functions are second to none, I am constantly running into amazing little features. I currently run this on my main Mac Pro rig and MacBook Pro and use various well known plugins such as Kontakt and Sylenth. Everything about this piece of software has class, and is extremely well designed, responsive and is quite literally ready for anything that you throw at it. Keep up the amazing work Apple, this is truly an example of how software should be made!

It’s Certainly Getting There (10.2.4)
02/08/2016 10:49:00 3/5 By Spider(bat)man
I am a professional music producer I work with music ever waking moment of every waking day, I have use all DAW software out there, before I got myself into professional production I used to be a sales rep for both, Pro Tools, and Studio One at different points. All DAWs have their time to shine, but I do believe Logic has mastered being a jack of all trades better than any other. 

Logic 9 was leaps and bounds ahead of it’s time, and it’s easy to see why it could handle far more plugin’s and software instruments than any version of Pro Tools (apart from maybe Pro Tools HD), along for a far more creative work flow than could be found with Pro Tools at the time. 

Logic X brought in some amazing touches to the Logic legacy, and even though when it first hit the scene it was a glitchy mess with the “Snap To” function being practically redundant, those who persevered with it, found it to be a great, in-depth creative tool. Still far superior to any of it’s counter parts, especially in the case of creative due to it large number of pre-built in soft-synths, plug-ins and Apple Loops, as well as handling your computers RAM fare more efficiently than Pro Tools. 

Logic X is not without it’s faults, it really dislikes Steven Slate Drums, the plugin is guaranteed to crash any session it is loaded into, it’s not always on cue but it’s just a matter of time in each case. Along with the highly popular Arturia range of soft-synth which I cannot recommend more, apart from you may want to bounce in place your MIDI parts as soon as you're done tweaking as these synths are another cause of misery and Producer Rage. 

All in all, you don’t get a better DAW, but I do still wish Logic X was a fraction more reliable, with maybe a built in 32bit to 64bit plugin wrapper (you get Third Party version but that is additional money after the fact), and maybe even a taste treat would be a VST to AU wrapper as well, brining to life hundreds of unusable Windows based plugins for Mac users.

Incredible.. (10.2.4)
29/07/2016 12:45:00 5/5 By remixeric
The capabilities of this software never ceases to astound me - & at a giveaway price. As mentioned elsewhere on the net most people would pay the asking price just for the compressor alone and don’t even get me started on Alchemy. Just mind-blowing. Apart from being the most capable DAW available, it’s also got the best designed UI (Live is pretty handy but it looks awful). Take the time to learn it properly (some really fantastic tutorials out there) and you won’t regret it.

Not Garageband ✖ (10.2.4)
26/07/2016 02:22:00 5/5 By CRIS-X
If you think using Logic is going to be as simple as using Garageband then after you’ve bought Logic, you’re going to realise very quickly how wrong that thinking was. Logic is a professional application, don’t let the GUI fool you into thinking otherwise. Logic is complicated, to get to grips with it you’re going to have to traverse a steep learning curve in order to use it to its full potential, but like all learning, it has its rewards. iLove Logic and you will come to love Logic too ✖

Amazing* (10.2.4)
22/07/2016 21:14:00 5/5 By Adam Ephexis
New Update: The new features and big fixes are great - The recen update to the GUI of a load of the stock plugins is really welcomed, as are the new facilities in Alchemy - Loads of amazing little tweaks all over the place, solidifying it’s place as probably the best DAW in the world. Now lets get an Ableton style session view please so we can use this baby live!!:D As a long term Logic user I was excited by the update to X. Things I love: Smart Controls - Massivley underrated and powerful, the more i use them the more they blow me away. Flex Pitch - It’s no Melodyne replacemant, but for a quick fix on a non essential piece of audio it’s pretty OK Retro Synth - Wicked little synth, terrible presets but awesome tone if you know your way around a synth ES2 - Hands down my fav and most used synth ever, probably worth the price alone. Space Designer - Best reverb EVER. (get some impulse responses of your fav. hardware and it becomes it! I cloned the black hole reverb from my eventide Eclipse. It sounded so good I sold the hardware.) *Things I’m not so keen on: Automation bugs - Logic seems to forget to update the automation of tracks if you move the playhead about… Example if you have a high pass filter going up in a breakdown, and move the playhead to a different part of the tune without moving automation it gets stuck at the value it was during the build. Not cool.. Workaround: Add extra automation nodes before and after everything that reset it to the value you want. Grid Snap in non 4/4 signature - For some reason, the snap to grid totally freaks out in non standard time signatures… Example, making a tune in 7/9, zooming out and moving some parts, if you zoom in you’ll see it didn’t put them quite in the right place and will require fine tuning. In my work I use Logic and Ableton - I’ve gotta say I think Logic sounds a lot better, and with a powerful mac the workflow is wicked. Ableton still has a lot of tricks up it’s sleeve that I don’t think we’ll ever see in Logic, but even so the workflow, audio quality, effects and insrtuments are fare superior to Ableton 9. I would NEVER use Logic in a live situation. It does crash occasionally (almost always to do with 3rd party plugins, so I totally cut apple slack on that, but even so not cool). The bugs and crashes are annoying, but to my eyes there is still no better DAW for large scale professional electronic audio production. It’s powerful and easy to navigate - Steep learning curve but well worth the time and effort!!!!! (learning the shortcuts will save a lot of time.)

Really Happy (10.2.4)
22/07/2016 18:57:00 5/5 By Aron Brookes
The best DAW on the market at any price.

multii output bug (10.2.3)
12/06/2016 18:06:00 1/5 By eromain
10.2.3 has a bug which defaults the multi outputs from an instrument to the main instrument output channels. This ruins any old mixes you try to load up.

Was amazing, now even better (10.2.3)
10/06/2016 12:55:00 5/5 By Gamerpete
This app is what was thousands of pounds of recording equipment, outboard FX, samplers and synths not many years ago, rolled up into one neat package. It still works great on El Capitan, even on a 2011 Macbook Pro. Do get yourself an external I/O device, even something like a Scarlett 2i4 is well worth it. Oh yes, and the free iPad remote is fantastic too!

Logic Pro review (10.2.2)
31/05/2016 14:11:00 4/5 By Samgjhvbjkgy
Great for song writing however if your trying to do something specific it can get quite compicated. I suggest getting the applications that show you what you can do and how you can do it instead of getting started strait away. I also suggest buying a piano keyboard that you can plug into your laptop/computer instead of using the normal qwerty typing keyboard. Overall I do suggest getting logic because it is much more advanced than Garageband which is what most people stick with.

Dynamic clip gain (10.2.2)
11/05/2016 03:12:00 4/5 By 19nick80webb
Awesome update Apple , ….hmmmm dynamic clip gain and i for one would be a very happy bunny :-)

Much deserved intensive care is paying off. (10.2.2)
27/04/2016 02:10:00 5/5 By Realitybud
It appears Logic Pro X has at last moved out of Beta. I’ve been a Logic user since Logic Audio Platinum 3.5 and I know it’s inherently a thoroughbred and a masterpiece. And I sympathise with the many pro and advanced users who’ve been aggrieved at its unjust treatment as Cinderella by Apple for too long. But now it looks like those days are behind us and Logic is again worthy of being espoused and loved. It’s still unlikely to make inroads on high end recording studios where absolutely solid dependability is crucial. But for the rest of us, my word it’s a fine and noble DAW; congenial to creatives, readily accessible to novices, yet with exquisite depths for sophisticated users. My hat is off and my heartfelt thanks go to the development team who’ve been lavishing care on this wonderful DAW.

If you ever need to reset, you’ve had it. (10.2.2)
23/04/2016 20:53:00 1/5 By iuenbdoahklwlher
If you ever press the wrong ‘button’ don’t expext to be able to reset, or even unstall. It seems like the potenitally brialliant software is just another Apple application programmed ‘on the hoof.'

dismal (10.2.1)
29/02/2016 02:26:00 1/5 By theoliverosborne
Since downloading the update I am having serious issues with CPU spikes, rendering playback almost impossible. I need to get a coupld of track off to mastering but I can’t listen to more than a few second without the system overloading, let alone bouce the whole track. This morning I was given an error message that instructed me to delete Logic and download it again. Only now I am being charged for it. Get on this.

latest update (10.2.1) issues (10.2.1)
28/02/2016 19:17:00 4/5 By Stephen Craven
im using logic x on maverics on 2012 macmini. (mavericks is fine, so i stuck with it) latest logic works fine enough, but there are some prety extreme broken parts. i cant use cmd-Q to quit the program anymore. the program doesnt respond to it. i dont know why they changed the quick menu shortcuts. id just about memorized the number assignments, now ive to relearn them. there was nothing wrong with it before, i think the designers should consider the new learning curve every time they completely change shortcuts that are used a lot. furthermore, when i go into the project preferences to change the audio sample rate (vital for producing audio for video and for cd) i press the drop down menu on 44.1khz and the menue is inactive. like the icon indents to show ive clicked it but i literally cannot use a different sample rate to 44.1 now. the menue doesnt drop down... so im currently converting up at the bounce stage which isnt really what i wanted. the final issue i found is that when i go to drag audio left or right, it sometimes moves the piece of audio to the channel above it and will not go back down to the channel i want it in. the fix seems to be to have a blank channel at the bottom of the session doing nothing. an interesting bug but yeah, could do without it. love logic X, not many bad words to say about it. not keen on the new ‘high res’ plugins. exactly the same, just look a bit crap. i can get over it, just if its not broken, dont fix it kinda thing. interesting how the update only happened to a handful of plugins. makes for a messy plugin experience. feels like theyre trying the ableton look, but i liked the logic look... fix them issues apple. i love you.

WAAAAY more crashes now, less stable.. be warned (10.2.1)
20/02/2016 12:21:00 2/5 By Skehoe
before this update… was the most stable logic ive owned.. however since this update… the projects crash alto mroe.. adn also a new glitch is when the autosave fucntion doesnt really work much… ive had 3 projects already that wont open the autosave projects meaning ive lost hours of work. PLEASE sort this apple.. why change something that was working so well

Latest Update Very Buggy! Was Working Beautifully Before! (10.2.1)
18/02/2016 18:25:00 3/5 By Aisha8716
Prior to the latest update Loic Pro X was working perfectly fine for me. Something told me not to bother with the latest update but i thought why not what is there to lose??? Well I havent been making as much music as I usually do as I am soooo irritated with the latest update! 1)When I record midi- most of the time the first note I play in does not record so I either have to re-record or copy and paste the note in- NEVER HAPPENED BEFORE! 2)When recording vocals…there is terrible latency-NEVER HAPPENED BEFORE! 3)When playing recordings of midi and audio back using loop…everything outside the loop is playing..HUH???-NEVER HAPPENED BEFORE! 4)When muting an instrument other instruments are also muted…but i need to hear them????- NEVER HAPPENED BEFORE! 5)I could go on... but I wont bother My workflow has slowed down a lot because i am having to rectify malfunctions in the software! Apple please fix this asap! This is super frustrating especially when Logic Pro X was working perfectly for me before! If it wasnt for these bugs I would rate Apple highly because it is a great programme! However I expect better quality updates from a brand and company like Apple!

Dear Apple, please stop shipping bugs. (10.2.1)
07/02/2016 12:13:00 3/5 By g.marinov
A solid update that, as has become regular, again breaks more things than it should. Terrible bugs on playback when switching tracks, seem related to the new multithreading architecture that I could not switch off despite selecting the seeming option in Preferences. New CPU issues in scenarios that used to work fine. Retina graphics on only half the plugins, pretty terrible colours add to the half-baked UI feel. Can’t settle on skeuomorphic vs stylised UIs yet again. Huge amount of new sounds to download, marking the last download incomplete. Loops seem to have individual download buttons but they don’t seem to work. Generally weird behaviour the first few times I tried playing loops with a project in progress. There seems to be no QA at Apple and this isn’t fair on us, the customers.

Update doesn’t fix CPU spikes and lag (10.2.1)
06/02/2016 12:03:00 3/5 By Dark Halo
I’m afraid this update still doesn’t fix how laggy the program is since the El Capitan OS update. Plus, crucially the CPU spikes are still there, making the smooth running app under Yosemite, now hard going, causing CPU overload spikes and cutting out. And the constant beachballing is horrendous. And this is on a MacBookPro Mid 2012 2.6Ghz i7 with 16Gb of RAM!! Please fix ASAP… or at least offer a downgrade to Yosemite

Amazing DAW!! (10.2.1)
27/01/2016 01:08:00 5/5 By MusicDayNight
Last update fix almost all the problems. there is only 1 issue, when i’m finish my music i realize that my final song after mixing and mastering was -12dB from all the rest tracks. i was compare that with my previous songs and also some other’s artists songs and my final track was -12dB i try to find what was the problem but i can’t find it. i try to all the plugins but everytime i try to adjust the volume or add any Gain plugin my track clipping. i have this problem after the last update. i even try to reinstall the logic pro x but the problem still persist. please help. thanks

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