Logic Pro X 4.5/5

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Logic Pro X

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

Release Notes

3/18/2017 | 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 favorite shortcuts using a set of customizable key commands

Updated Interface
• New modern design with improved legibility in a variety of lighting conditions
• Expanded color palette offers 24 more colors 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

8/19/2016 | 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

6/10/2016 | Version : 10.2.3 | Size : 1.2 GB
This update contains numerous fixes and enhancements including:
• Crossfades between comp sections in Take Folders can now be graphically edited
• 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
• Ability to enable click zones for Take Folders to provide simultaneous access to editing and Quick Swipe Comping
• Multiple additional enhancement and stability improvements

Other recent Improvements:
• 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 Piano Roll interface
• A collection of 30 plug-ins have been redesigned to add Retina support and improve usability
• Numerous improvements to Alchemy including Apple Loops support and 11 new spectral effects
• Additional content can be downloaded directly from the Sound Library and Apple Loops browsers
• Drum Machine Designer supports drag and drop of multiple audio files


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 :
#2 : Top Grossing Mac Applications
#4 : Top Paid Mac Applications

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

Screenshots Mac OSX :

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Comments and Ratings for Logic Pro X

Great Program But Update (10.2.5?) Needed ASAP for MAC OS Sierra!!! (10.2.4)
12/28/2016 9:47:00 PM 4/5 By Mosaic209
Love Logic Pro X but please hurry with the update. Program freezes when enabling record on any track in Mac OS Sierra. This is killing me!

Awesome DAW (10.2.4)
12/26/2016 3:42:00 PM 5/5 By paxmashic
Been using Logic Pro since 7 years ago. Although Protools its the “Industry Standard” it seems they are copying ideas from Logic since then. There is only one issue that I find a bit difficult with LPX: the editing of tracks is more tedious than other DAWs but, its so easy to use and learn that I recommend it to all new users before ProTools. This 64bit wonder , use it without interfase or usb key makes it great for work on the road. It comes with a lot of garbage loops , but some are very easy to manipulate (midi ones) . Comes with great sounds integrated (also easy to manipulate) , dont love the drummer plugin but always loved Ultrabeat , wonderful stuff!! Be sure of having sufficient RAM and save your loops and projects in an external drive.

IN LOVE WITH LOGIC!!! (10.2.4)
12/24/2016 12:29:00 PM 5/5 By wedgekase
I’m a film composer and I’m in a punk band. Logic is the perfect tool for me. It has been a complete joy to learn. So well designed. The developers seem to have thought of everything I could want. This is what creative software should be - smart, stable, playful, easy, and as in depth (or as shallow) as I want to get. Thank you, Apple!!

Fantastical Greatness!!!! (10.2.4)
12/18/2016 5:52:00 PM 5/5 By Pj2smith
Having been trying to get into recording my own music for some time now, Logic Pro X FINALLY enabled me to get the experience and know how I needed. I started with CuBase Asrtist 7 which is an awesome DAW, but if you have not recorded before and don’t know the inital starting points and fundamentals, then it is NOT a good start. Having played on and off with that for 3 years, I got Logic Pro (Teaching it as an audio class in a high school now) and it ALL MADE SENSE. The simplicity but variety of musical gestures is phenomenal. It opened my eyes to what it is to REALLY start to learn the recording process and production/mixing/editing fundamentals. Not only is it GREAT to start out on, but it is great for ANY level of user, whether its beginners, intermeddiate or experts. You can do a LOT with this platform and even more with add-ons they have available. Have fun and enjoy because once you get it down (few hours) it becomes SUPER addicting!!

I’M DONE (10.2.4)
12/5/2016 2:06:00 PM 1/5 By MikeyMikey86
I’ve used Logic for 10 years now… this is the worst condition I have seen it in… I can’t even get my projects to open half the time. I am officially done with Logic and moving on to other DAWs.

Question (10.2.4)
11/30/2016 11:23:00 AM 4/5 By Prota27
What Happen to the Mid/Side EQ feature the Channel EQ had? it seems to no longer be available on 10.2.4?

Wow- Im shocked by how bad Ultrabeat UI is (10.2.4)
11/29/2016 10:27:00 PM 4/5 By esld
One of the major features of Logic Pro X is Ultrabeat. It’s a terribly unuseable interface which isn’t even coded to run in retina. It looks like Kai’s Power Tools on WIndows 95 from 1995, and the fonts don’t even match up witht he turquoise boxes. As Logic slowly progresses and becomes more bug-free, Ultrabeat remains one of the worst things about it.

Too little too late plus a horribly ugly interface... (10.2.4)
10/31/2016 9:49:00 PM 1/5 By WarpCore3
I am a Logic Pro user for more than a decade years and while I appreciate some of the updates this version of Logic has made, they're still NOT enough to make me leave Logic 9 yet... First off, they updated the whole "look" of the Application to a charcoal grey nightmare. It's just ugly and you cannot change one color or icon anywhere in the program. That's very un-Apple-like… Ok, so they updated the look of Logic, right? Well, not everything; All the older legacy plug-ins included in Logic X look exactly the same as they did in 9 (and 8, 7, 6, 5...) -Virtually nothing has changed except for the interface of Logic's stock EQ. For a major upgrade as X is, cosmetic changes really should've been taken care of early. Me thinks this shows the Apple-corporate attitude at work not really caring all that much for something as insignificant as a Pro App (vs iPhone apps which get full attention,) being released before the overhauls were finished. So, sitting in front of Logic X makes me feel fatigued and frustrated. I can't lighten the dark dark interface, cannot alter track icons to the custom sets I have made over the years and users are not even permitted to alter the color palette of the audio clips. Everything has a murky saturated hue (like mustard or putrid-green...) The colors are completely unlikeable. Period. Of course this is an Audio DAW. And what's most important is how Logic sounds, right? Well, it sounds like every other version of Logic; there was no actual re-write of the Audio Engine. (shrugs.) One wonders if the ridiculous FCPX re-design debacle from a few years back left such an embarrassing scar on Apple that the Logic Pro team was told to keep things simple with this version of Logic. Sure there are some relatively "fun" features like the Drummer thing & the Flex-Pitch feature but honestly, these things would've been ground breaking 5 years ago, not now. Ableton has had features like these for years and Reaper (FREE) does much of what Logic was known for... Apple makes iPads, iPhones and profits from dumb App games... Never has this been more obvious than now. All that said, for $200 bucks, you get a lot in Logic X but Apple often leaves you wondering if they might just leave the Pro market in the dust in the next 5 years and focus on the semi-pro and iWhatever market. It would be most profitable for them in the long run. Until then, Enjoy.

The “Do It All” DAW (10.2.4)
10/31/2016 7:49:00 PM 5/5 By DJBenJG
To me, Logic is the best DAW on the market because of the way that it feels equally comfortable taking on any music production, recording, or processing task. Logic is far and away the best tool to compose with MIDI and software instruments on the Mac. Between its array of built-in instruments (which continues to expand) and third-party instruments, you can have any sound you can dream up in Logic, and its MIDI tools make recording and editing electronic elements of music completely flexible and easy - something that I don’t think can be said about Pro Tools. I started using Logic in version 9. Even then, it had a very modern, logical work flow. This improves in Logic X, taking cues from modern Garage Band, while still giving you professional level options and tools. Logic is just as comfortable recording audio, mixing, and mastering as it is with composition. It offers great stock plugins, surround sound options, and straightforward working. No messing with routing, assigning sends to busses, or searching through poorly names panels for the right checkbox. Logic is a great all around tool for music creators of all competencies, ages, and levels within the industry. On top of that, it comes at an incredible bargain and without any outside authorization tools (like iLok’s). If you are here and considering Logic, knowing what you’re looking for, you’ve found it. I sincerly hope that Apple continues to support and expand the Logic X software team. It may be a niche product, but the music industry values Logic dearly and it greatly appreciates regular updates for bug fixes, enhancements, and new features. Hopefully Logic keeps pushing to maintain its status as a DAW leader and innovator!

Still Very Buggy and Still Missing Features (10.2.4)
10/29/2016 12:32:00 PM 3/5 By RayRay7971
For a person who works on logic for a living, it would be great to rid of some bugs, for instance sometimes the arrangement window looks way out of wack whenever I exit the piano roll, and I have to close the project and open it up again, also I like to listen to my takes as I’m recording into Logic and for some reason, sometimes it will work and sometimes it won’t, also there should be a way to divide midi notes into seperate midi notes for build ups like Abelton, also there should a built in loop slicer and uses midi to place different slices, instead of having to chop up samples and route them to a EXS24, very annoying and time consuming. ALSO a sequencer like Ultrabeat’s should be a SEPERATE MIDI FX PLUG IN, that would be very useful.

All Praises (10.2.4)
10/28/2016 2:00:00 AM 5/5 By 2dOpinion
I have 14 commercial releases - all done in Logic versions 7 - Pro X. Sure it has crashed on occassion but that’s because I sometimes push the application beyond it’s capabilities given the hardware.. Kudos to Apple’s file recovery engine - one of the best I’ve seen. Force quit - repoen - no work lost - within seconds… Some of the negative commenters *probably* need to take an honest look at what they’re trying to run the application on. The program runs great on my MacBook Pro, 2.2 GHz Quad, 16GB RAM (L2 L3 Caches). Extremely reliable...

Good but can use improvement (10.2.4)
10/21/2016 5:56:00 PM 4/5 By Thebomb05
No complaints excpet for crashes here and there. I think the UI could be cleaned up a little more but other than that this app is solid. :) Can't wait for Logic Pro XI!

Logic Pro X is just about as good as it can get (10.2.4)
10/12/2016 8:56:00 PM 4/5 By Mic Gee$
FIRST THINGS FIRST: I’ve read alot of the reviews on here with 1 star? I have to question those users about what they could possibly NOT have read in the manual they didnt read, nor the tutorials they didnt watch. I simply have never, I MEAN NEVER, have had any of those problems that they claim to be having (which probably explains why apple couldnt help them…or figure it out…USER ERROR) For 200 bucks you get a pro Audio Midi daw with a huge bundle of add ons…such as midi tools, audio effects, and instruments!!! One of those instruments is perhaps one of the most powerful synth samplers ever concievede “ALCHEMY” which alone, costs more than the LPX pricetag... So cut the whine time down and turn up on the education of how to actually set up and use the app, also make sure your machine has plenty of ram. REQUESTS: I would love to have more tools in the midi plug in department for Key/Chord/scale function. I also think a polyphonic pitch correction is the better step. I would also like to have better control over MULTICORE CPU as it can sometimes be easy to fill one core and stop the use of the program. In comparison to Propellerheads Reason, they simply beat you to death when it comes to slice and on track volume gain automation…theirs is simply cut before and after the target material and pull up the volume bar on track…yours is meesing with a volume envelope for automation with nodes that have to be clicked to add or subtracted and fidgeting with moving them around just short of crossing others….NOT A GOOD WORKFLOW for this process. LASTLY: In closing my review, I want to say that I have used Cubase, Sonar, Live, Reason, Auria Pro, and ProTools…LPX is the best for my uses (this could differ greatly for others) and is my PERSONAL preference for all of my projects. There are some minor features listed above that would be a more helpful addition to the DAW, so I hope they are considered. Logic Pro is topnotch!

Update bad boi (10.2.4)
10/8/2016 7:15:00 PM 1/5 By Snsjdoebdoebskyler
I have the lastest EVERYTHING, and this is the first time ive had legit troubles with Logic. No sound is coming through, it crashes, and whenever I go to use my keyboard for midi, half of the keys wouldnt even work. Needs an update bad boy

There is nothing close. (10.2.4)
10/1/2016 12:51:00 AM 5/5 By JumpNote
I’ve been using Logic since the days it was made by EMAGIC. Starting with version 2.0… This DAW went through a lot of changes over the years, and while it may be doesn’t have evrything that everyone wants but iit is still the best DAW for linear music creation on a Mac system. And if you consider the price of $199.99 of package that comes with absolutely everyithing you need to create professional level tracks - this is as good as it gets. The most important development for Logic, in my opinion, was about audio recording and editing, as this program always had a strong roots in MIDI Sequencing environment. For long time ProTools was the only app to go to if you were doing a professional recording required serious post-production afterward. Not anymore. The build-in pliugins are exceptional. Of course they cover mainly basics, but it would be unreasonable to expect anything otherwise. The same applies to included software instruments - there are always more of them out there, but these will get you going very far. Fabulous environment to write music by sequencing or recording live audio! This DAW is clearly for music creators, it is stable and sounds great! As long as your Mac is updated and you run utilities on your drives as you should, everything will run smooth. I love this program and made a lot of greaty music with it. Keep it coming, Apple! Thanks for a great DAW!

I have been #4 on Music BillBoards before (10.2.4)
9/29/2016 5:57:00 PM 5/5 By bjohnwayne
I love Logic, and I am a Music professional..have used ProTools (Which is great too), and many other recording software. Best move I ever made was Logic though. For independent Producers/Artists/Songwriters it is the best.Sure there can be small little issues here and there but show me 1 software proagram there is not? Nothing major here with Logic..if You are serious about Your Profession…then it is an excellent buy. Peace.

Logic is reason alone to buy a Mac (10.2.4)
9/21/2016 6:21:00 AM 5/5 By proudestmonkey
I originally bought Logic at version 6, when it was still an eMagic product, before Apple bought it. It was really great then, but also a monster to understand and unless you used it as your daily bread and butter as a musician or producer/engineer, it was quite easy to completely forget your way around (especially around the “Environment”). As a hobbyist, I can easily say that Apple has added so many good user friendly features while maintaining more professional needs, this program will do everything you need it to do, as simply as it can be done. It is a completely different animal than GarageBand, which is a very good thing! I am so glad Apple continues to pay attention to this important product. If I ended up having to choose to use a Windows based DAW (god forbid), one of my main reasons for using a Mac (although there are many) would suddenly be gone. Thanks for preserving and improving this great Product Apple. I want to add this: Logic is my hub for so many other things, for outboard Midi Hardware, and for numerous plugins. It is the heart of all that I do with designing sounds and composing “music” (ymmv on whether what I do is really music).

Latest update ruined it! (10.2.4)
9/15/2016 9:18:00 PM 1/5 By Vic Jay
Ever since the last update, I noticed how Logic started working a ot worse and the worst thing about it is that all my external instruments now are going thru a midi loop. Using a drum machine, the beats are played as if they weere stacked 3 times on top of eachother with each hit delayed so it sounds like 3 quick hits of a kick. this applies to everything else as well. Im a hardware user and now Logic is literallt broken. I called Pro Apps support about this and they couldnt figure it out either. Apple what is going on. I have been loyal for son long and im getting screwed. This is my job. How much longer until this is fixed? I really would like to have an update to fix this asap! Once i leave Logic for another DAW, ill never come back to Logic. many proffesionals that i know have told me they have left Logic for these reasons.

Amazing. (10.2.4)
9/14/2016 9:46:00 PM 5/5 By LuomaFam
Ive used this DAW for over three years and am still discovering all of its features. Best 200$ I have ever spent.

Very Buggy in the latest edition (10.2.4)
9/7/2016 4:04:00 PM 2/5 By drewid79
Anyone else getting major pops and artifacts when doing just the slightest time or pitch adjustment using flex pitch?

GREAT Software! (10.2.4)
9/7/2016 4:57:00 PM 5/5 By Balls Hole-Buns Deep.
I pair up LOGIC Pro with Pro Tools 11 HD in my studio. Logic can do it all the way to mastering if you like. Logic is creatively intuitive and easy to use if you take the time to learn all of it's wonderful features. If not, then you are going to complain like these other people in this review forum. Want to learn Logic Pro deeper? Get the book and go to Lynda.com and watch everything you can on the subject.

annoyed (10.2.4)
9/7/2016 6:04:00 AM 3/5 By Ccccchr
Payed 200 smackaroos for this to not open any projects and force me to reinstall. Thanks apple. Its cool when it actually works though.

Long Time User, Loving It More Each Update (10.2.4)
9/5/2016 3:29:00 PM 5/5 By bbalser
About the best and easiest DAW on the market to use. A little proper training (Apple Pro Training Series book is the best), and you’re ready to get to work! Simplified and still very powerful. I’ve used many others, for years. Been doing professional music composition and recording since my teens, in my mid fifties, and nothing I’ve found is as pleasurable to use as Logic Pro X.

Just Fantastic! -Please update Ultrabeat UI (10.2.4)
8/29/2016 3:55:00 PM 5/5 By preventivist
I have been using Logic for several years and realized I have never written a review to express my praise. I also have experience using ProTools and Ableton for many years, but Logic is my primary DAW. It simply is perfect for everything I do. Sound design, MIDI composition, audio recordings, arrangements, mixing and all post work. The menus and configuration options run very deep in Logic. In the studio, Logic is unmatched. Virtual instruments are very nice and I love the recent addition and face-lift of Alchemy. Logic is full of little nuggets that make workflow quick and easy and the UI is beautiful. Thank you Apple for continuing to develop and grow this outstanding software and please continue in the years to come. The native computing environments are so powerful now that the creative opportunities made possible by Logic and its AUs are virtually limitless. Thank you!

Disappointing update. Please fix the bugs!!!! (10.2.4)
8/23/2016 8:24:00 PM 2/5 By LogicTeacher
I have been using Logic Pro X for several years now, and have absolutely loved it. However, this most recent update (10.2.4) seems to be extremely buggy. I’m not sure if it is OSX related (I’m on OSX 10.11) or just this version update, but I’m having a lot more problems than I have ever had. I used to whole-heartedly recommend Logic to anyone and everyone, but it’s getting difficult with the amount of problems I keep encountering. I’m a teacher who teaches Logic in a classroom to 30 students at a time. It’s frustrating enough when you’re dealing with these issues by yourself, but it’s a whole other level of pain when you’re trying to teach the software to a group of people for the first time and stuff just doesn’t work. I’m going to keep an open mind and trust that Apple will address the issues, but for now I’m very disappointed. A few specific issues: 1. CoreMIDI continues to have errors. My keyboard will work fine, and then suddenly it stops working. Never had that issue before. 2. When beat-mapping, sometimes the audio track will disappear from the beat mapping track and is never able to re-appear, even after re-selecting the audio track. That’s a problem because it’s hard to beat map to an audio file that you can’t see inside the beat mapping track. 3. For whatever reason, sometimes the option-click and drag feature for quickly duplicating and moving a note or region just doesn’t work. Apple, please fix quickly or we will have to start considering other DAW’s.

No Issues (10.2.4)
8/23/2016 4:37:00 AM 5/5 By Sukfacegoblin
I haven’t had any issues with the update. Thanks for continuing to improve an already incredible program.

Favorite so far, amongst all other DAW's (10.2.4)
8/18/2016 10:17:00 PM 5/5 By Finalaya
Having done albums in Cubase and ProTools, I’m loving Logic for workflow in both pre and full production songs. Apple power user, so the fact it works with all my apple gear is a big plus. Lots of reviews with bugs, haven’t run into any of them. LOGIC is my new DAW! Intuitive, clean, dare I say handsome.

8/15/2016 4:43:00 AM 1/5 By Don’t Buy It
Even GarageBand is better than this… This is NOT an improvement upon ANYTHING in GarageBand. I’ve been trying to use the beat mapping feature ALL DAY LONG and it keeps on glitching and bugging up and won’t display anything correctly. Whenever it does it decides to completely stop selecting the track altogether. THIS IS NOT GOOD SOFTWARE. Please, if you’re going to spend $200 for this just save up and get something better. Not worth the money at all. Now I’m upset because I don’t make a lot of money & I’m officially stuck with this terrible software. I’ve never had this much difficult with a program in my life.

8/13/2016 5:54:00 PM 1/5 By Vic Jay
Thanks Apple. All my plugin settings have benn changed randomely and everything i have done is now gone. All the hours of work is now thrown in the garbage. I have the newest and most powerful iMac. I machine for the heaviest tasks purposely upgraded from a different powerful iMac to hope for flawless Logic use. NOPE! more bugs than ever. thanks, i just spent $3000 on this computer strictly for music and you guys ruined it. I dont see Ableton users or Cubase users having these problems. Logic could be great, but the lack of care by Apple made it terrible. Apple your software is going downhill. UPDATE: Now Logic decides when to play and when not to play my “Audio” files. Not even midi, but audio. Im shocked. How is there an issue with playing Audio? Logic Pro feels like im using beta software that still has months of testing before a GM release.

What is everyone is crying about. (10.2.4)
8/11/2016 9:37:00 PM 5/5 By Justin Scott Dixon
Everything works great for me. I must say it is really strange to see all of these negative reviews. Much appriciation to Apple on keeping things updated quickly… MacPro 2013 6-core - 64gigs ram Apogee Symphony MKII

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