For quite some time now Apple's been making videos to show off how pro users are putting Macs through their paces. And now, Apple on Wednesday pushed a new video to its YouTube channel in which it featured English singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and record producer James Blake which can be seen cutting tracks in Logic Pro X on his MacBook.
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Apple today released a massive update to its Logic Pro X for Mac software that brings a plethora of new features aimed at all musicians, including those producing electronic music. It's the biggest update to Logic since the launch of Logic Pro X, the Cupertino giant said.
In Apple's latest video, the company shows off how its products can be used for music production.
If you own an iPad Pro and have been hoping that Apple would bring its Logic Pro X, Final Cut Pro X, and Xcode apps to the powerful tablet, you may not have much longer to wait.
If you have been wanting to try out Final Cut Pro X and Logic Pro X, now may be the time to give it a shot.
Later this year, Apple is going to launch the brand new, ridiculously powerful Mac Pro. Ahead of that, Apple has decided to update Logic Pro X to tap into the new desktop workstation's "tremendous power".
Apple announced today that it is opening two Mac Labs at the KM Music Conservatory's campuses in the Indian cities of Chennai and Mumbai.
Apple today updated its GarageBand and Logic Pro X apps with new features designed to support music makers “from enthusiasts to pros.” GarageBand for iOS 2.2 now provides the creative synthesizer Alchemy and has a new browser for easier searching through instruments and patches.
Logic Pro X 10.3 has been refreshed with a modern interface and now includes features for pro audio production and support for Touch Bar shortcuts on the new MacBook Pro.
Alongside the release of Music Memos and a significant update to GarageBand, Apple dropped a major new update to its flagship music production suite for OS X. Logic Pro X 10.2.2 brings tons of new features to the table, and a changelog that's long enough to qualify as a light novel.
I've seen the idea that "Apple no longer cares about professionals" tossed around more often than it should. All you need to do is look at the Logic Pro X changelog to see that this couldn't be further from the truth.
Apple's professional recording software, Logic Pro X, just received a big update that brings several new features to the table. The update, which beings Logic Pro X to version 10.2, introduces a new sample manipulation synthesizer dubbed Alchemy.
Alchemy is labeled as a next-gen synth plug-in with multiple sound generators and over 2,000 presents for all types of music genres like EDM, dance, and rock. It brings the ability to combine up to four synthesizer modules to create multi-layered sounds, and includes a wide selection of analog and special effect filters for producing complex sounds.
I personally use Logic Pro X to mix our two podcasts, but I know that I'm just scratching the surface of what this incredibly powerful app can do. And now, it just got that much more powerful with the introduction of Alchemy, support for the Force Touch trackpad, Apple Music Connect sharing, and more.
Apple released a significant update for Logic Pro X Wednesday afternoon, bringing the popular pro audio software to version 10.1. The update includes an expanded sound library, support for Mail Drop and Air Drop in OS X Yosemite, and a number of other new features and improvements.
The expanded sound library contains over 200 new synth patches and 10 classic Mellotron instruments. There are also 10 new Drummers capable of producing beats in a variety of hiphop and electronic styles including Techno, House and Dubstep. We've posted the full 10.1 change log below.
Good news for fans of Apple's pro audio software as the company has just announced this morning an update to MainStage 3 and a major new version of Logic Pro with Virtual Drummer and Flex Pitch features, plus an iOS Remote application to go along with it. Apple pulled a Final Cut Pro X here as Logic Pro X appears to be a reboot of the previous version.
The next-generation audio editing for the Mac, according to Apple's global marketing chief, features a set of advanced tools and a modern new interface designed to streamline the process of creating professional quality music. "Musicians are going to love creative new features like Drummer, Flex Pitch, Track Stacks and the Arpeggiator," he was quoted in a press release...