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Apple Updates Logic Pro X with Bug Fixes, Stability Enhancements

After launching Logic Pro X earlier this month, Apple has updated the audio software with a number of stability fixes and performance enhancements.
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- Fixes an issue that could cause content downloading to stall
- 24-bit audio files are no longer converted to 16-bit when exporting projects to AAF
- Improves stability when switching between audio editors while Flex Pitch is enabled
- Track Stacks that contain both software instrument and audio tracks will no longer be inadvertently flattened by loading a Patch
- Tuner is now available when selecting a Track Stack containing audio tracks
- Addresses graphic and selection behavior issues in the Score Editor
Logic Pro X is described as Appleā€™s most advanced Logic Pro software to date, offering a number of new creative tools for musicians, a redesigned interface, and an expanded collection of instruments and effects.

Logic Pro X can be downloaded from the Mac App Store for $199.99. [Direct Link]

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10 months ago

99% of plugins I am using are 32 bit, and they don't work in Logic Pro X. Massive fail, Apple!


I'm more impressed that you have 100 plugins!
Rating: 19 Positives
10 months ago

99% of plugins I am using are 32 bit, and they don't work in Logic Pro X. Massive fail, Apple!


Massive fail? really? Don't you just use the version you have, which worked fine until the recent release, and wait until the plug ins you need are rolled out in 64 bit version over the next few months, and then decide if you want to upgrade?
Rating: 18 Positives
10 months ago

99% of plugins I am using are 32 bit, and they don't work in Logic Pro X. Massive fail, Apple!


Why is that Apples fault?
Rating: 14 Positives
10 months ago

99% of plugins I am using are 32 bit, and they don't work in Logic Pro X. Massive fail, Apple!


Wrong, I would actually say that the massive fail should be blamed on your plugin developers. It's not like 64 bit technology was just discovered the other day....if these guys can't be bothered to rewrite some code and update their plugins after 4 years, perhaps it's time to dump them!
Rating: 12 Positives
10 months ago
For goodness' sake...
If you are serious about really needing those 32 bit plugins then either keep using Logic 9 or buy Vienna Ensemble Pro (which has many additional benefits besides allowing both 32 and 64 bit plugin hosting).

It really sounds like silly whining when people start throwing around internet kid phrases like "complete fail by Apple".

How many of those 200 32 bit plugins are legitimate bought versions? How many are free or deprecated? And how many are so unique and specialised that you can't get the job done without them?

Please do backup your comments with some better evidence if you don't want to be accused of just whining.
Rating: 5 Positives
10 months ago

99% of plugins I am using are 32 bit, and they don't work in Logic Pro X. Massive fail, Apple!


I suppose you think PT11 is a massive fail too, since it's all 64-bit? 100% of my plugins are 64-bit, so no problems for me!
Rating: 4 Positives
10 months ago
I've been very impressed with LPX. LP9 was great, but this is really something else. Nice work, Apple. Looking forward to Aperture 4 or X or whatever you call it.
Rating: 4 Positives
10 months ago

99% of plugins I am using are 32 bit, and they don't work in Logic Pro X. Massive fail, Apple!


99%?? What the hell devs are you using? Nearly everything worth having is updated to 64bit now!
Rating: 4 Positives
10 months ago

99% of plugins I am using are 32 bit, and they don't work in Logic Pro X. Massive fail, Apple!


It's about time that all 3rd party plugins are 64 bit. Apple created the bridge to help aid in the transition from 32 to 64, but after a certain time the 3rd party plugins should have been replaced with 64 bit capable versions. This is not an Apple problem, imo.
Rating: 3 Positives
10 months ago

About not blaming Apple for not supporting 32-bit plug-ins. If there was a good enough reason not to, I'd accept it but don't go blaming devs that don't develop 64-bit versions of their plug-ins letting Apple get away. I asked this already but what harm would it make to have 32-bit compatibility? What about those cherished discontinued plug-ins?

If someone goes against Apple, he gets bashed. If someone bashes the guy for no reason, he gets upvotes. I love Apple but let's open our minds here. I don't see a good reason why Apple decided to do things this way.


It never ceases to amaze me how ignorant and insular people can be. As has been explained now, 32 bit support is unstable in a 64 bit host. That's why all DAWs are moving to 64 bit only.

None of us here truly know how complicated it is to write the code for 32 bit support in an all 64 bit app. In the past it has been shown to be unstable.

Now, is it really so hard for you to imagine that Apple had good reasons to stop 32 bit plugin support? But no, instead of considering this possibility you decide it's time to go Apple bashing. It's just a very unintelligent post which will illicit criticism.
Rating: 3 Positives

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