Apple has released a new update to Logic Pro X. Version 10.4.4 fixes the recent bug where auto backups were not being created as expected. There are other under the hood bug fixes as well.
Us Logic Pro X users are a disparate bunch. We come in all types, sizes, shapes, genders, and musical persuasions. But we all have one thing in common. We are all hostages in a grayscale universe, captives in our colorless paradise ruled by Apple. We all desire more color in our digital lives. Welcome LPX Colorizer from Creationauts
Fellow colleague and sometime logic-pro-expert contributor Edgar Rothermitch has just released his latest GEM (graphically enhanced manual) covering the recent Logic Pro X 10.4.2 update. For those of you living under a Logic rock who may not be familiar with his work, Edgar simply does the absolute best third party manuals on the planet.
ARA , or Audio Random Access, has been around for several years. Logic users were always on the outside looking in, while users of Studio One, & Sonar were enjoying the party. Logic users are now finally invited. Our invitation has arrived with the release of Melodyne 4.2 by Celemony.
By now you have most likely noticed the new format for logic-pro-expert. We’ve got big things planned for the future. Please help me welcome the new logic-pro-expert team!
This changes everything. Arcade is a loop synthesizer with new content delivered every day and tools to transform it all so it sounds like you.
Polls are like snapshots. Like photos, they capture a moment in time. Therefore the frequency and timing of them are more relevant to the results than the actual sample size. We conducted our first poll here on Logic Pro Expert two weeks ago. Our objective was simple; we wanted to know which Mac computer Logic Pro users are currently using.
Apple's Logic Pro developers have been hard at work. The recent 10.3 (and 10.3.1) updates are fantastic. However, as with their other “single dot” releases, the minimum OS requirements were updated. Apple’s (unofficial) policy seems to be to support one Mac OS version previous to the current one, but nothing earlier. So, with Sierra being the current Mac OS, El Capitan became the minimum OS required for Logic Pro X 10.3, just as Yosemite became the minimum OS required to run Logic Pro X 10.2.