The company also said it is ahead of schedule developing the application and plans to release the software as Logic Pro 7.2 next month.
According to a report from Macworld, Logics performance seemed much faster running on the new Intel Macs than with PowerPC-based machines.
"The performance is stunning and has met my already high expectations," Dr. Gerhard Lengeling, Apple senior director and lead architect audio applications said.
The company was performing the Logic demos on a pre-production MacBook Pro laptop. During one demo, Apples Bob Hunt was reportedly running video, with thumbnails, music and a dozen or more high-end effects.
"None of these sessions would even run on a PowerBook," said Hunt, comparing the new Intel-based MacBook Pro to the PowerBook.
Logic's evolution to a Intel-native application won't be the only change users will notice, according to Macworld. Logic Pro 7.2 will also reportedly feature integrated support for the new Apogee Ensemble interface; Digidesign Pro Tools HD 7 DAE support; Serato Pitch n Time support; Improved Rewire support; Enhanced Control Surfaces support; and 32-channel support for multi-channel Audio Units instruments.
The application also adds compatibility with GarageBand 3 through new support for playback of compressed files; a Ducking plug-in; a speech enhancement plug-in; and the same jingles and sounds effects found in GarageBand.
Owners of Logic 7.1 may upgrade to Logic 7.2 for Intel via a $49 crossgrade upgrade package Apple will begin offering in February.