Apple today released a pair of updates for its Logic audio workstation software packages, fixing a number of bugs and delivering improved compatibility with the Apogee Duet 2 audio interface device. Logic Pro 9.1.5 (192.55 MB) and Logic Express 9.1.5 (138.84 MB) each require Mac OS X 10.5.8 or later.
This update improves overall stability and addresses some minor issues including the following:
- All instrument and effect plug-ins that use LFO's synced to the beat now behave correctly.
- The Toggle Zoom key command now returns to previous zoom level as expected.
- Improved compatibility with Apogee's Duet 2.
Full details on the over a dozen changes included in the updates are available in the release notes.
Top Rated Comments
Neglected? How do you work this out? Logic Studio is it's current form is an amazing collection of software.
seriously, expect about half of what your previous experience was unfortunately :apple::apple:
for example, copying between sessions open at the same time will CRASH, the folders or regions will not copy the audio inside in sync, saving then alters the files when re opening, list goes on
been working with Logic for 15 years, since v2, this is a mess, apple is about to sabotage this app like it did FCP Studio where instead of boosting the speed up for FCP Studio they got themselves a new iMovie promising new young naive customers support for 3rd party plugs etc like the same way they did with v1 which brought about those functions and features later in the decade
Apple is about to grab it savings tighter then it ever did which means its downhill from here guys
but Apple has so many shills your post will probably be hypocritically ignored, and no one trusts a hypocrite, worthless trash out there will sell their mothers for a ipad
UI might be improved, but not by much. Apple have pretty much neglected Logic for a few years now, so I wont expect much.
The only difference between Express and Pro are missing AU's, helper programs like MainStage and Compressor, surround mixing, included Jam Packs, and TDM capability. The program itself is exactly the same.
Yeah certainly looking forward to Logic X....the cloud angle interests me, working on collaborative projects from different locations...also wondering whether we'll be able to strum and beat virtual instruments on our magic mice and trackpads like Garageband iPad?
Final Cut X is a work in progress, just needs a couple of added utilities to keep the whining 'pros' at bay...I'm glad they've filleted out all the leftover Macromedia tabbed window, semi-hidden function ******** which Adobe have failed to excise from Dreamweaver...i think overall Apple have actually got FCP X right overall...they just released it a tad undercooked...