Apple's Logic Pro X updated with bug fixes and stability improvements

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in Mac Software edited January 2014
Apple on Tuesday rolled out a minor update for Logic Pro X, bringing a number of bug fixes and performance enhancements to its professional level digital audio workstation and MIDI sequencer.

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Logic Pro X version 10.0.2 comes almost one month after the software was last updated in July with similar stability and performance tweaks.

The latest version carries the following improvements:
  • Undo commands work as expected after Flex Pitch editing
  • The Vintage Electric Piano plug-in now performs correctly at all sample rates
  • The Capture Last Take key command no longer erases a MIDI recording
  • Double-clicking on a Drummer region now opens or closes the editor
  • Addresses a graphic issue where the Piano Roll Editor could display an empty window
Apple notes the release is recommended for all Logic Pro X users.

First released in June, the DAW offers new features like Drummer, a virtual session player that automatically plays along with a song, and Flex Pitch integrate pitch editing.

In addition, iPad owners can use their tablet to control Logic Pro X with the Logic Remote app, which lets artists record, mix and play virtual instruments remotely.

The Logic Pro X update comes in at 650MB and can be downloaded through Software Update. New users can purchase the app for $199.99 from the Mac App Store.

Comments

  • Reply 1 of 5
    bulk001bulk001 Posts: 461member
    They are working quickly to make an already good piece of software great.
  • Reply 2 of 5
    MacProMacPro Posts: 18,141member
    bulk001 wrote: »
    They are working quickly to make an already good piece of software great.

    Agreed. It is one of the single best applications I have ever used.
  • Reply 3 of 5


    Hopefully, Aperture Pro X is next in line :D

  • Reply 4 of 5
    It's good to see this pro app is well received and well supported. Hopefully with this, the forthcoming Mac Pro and likely updates to Final Cut Pro X on the way we will see the end of the cries "Apple is abandoning to pro market".
  • Reply 5 of 5
    dysamoriadysamoria Posts: 1,980member
    It's good to see this pro app is well received and well supported. Hopefully with this, the forthcoming Mac Pro and likely updates to Final Cut Pro X on the way we will see the end of the cries "Apple is abandoning to pro market".

    Go to the music making forums around the web and you'll see the reception isn't all that great. It's more like "at least it was updated." The new version didn't really address some core functionality that long time users wanted to see, some of which is functional (not just wishful).
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