Apple Releases Logic Express 9.1.6

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While Apple discontinued Logic Express last week as it moved Logic Pro to the Mac App Store and reduced its price to $199.99, the company is pushing out at least one last update for existing users in the form of Logic Express 9.1.6.

This update improves overall stability and addresses some minor issues including the following:

- Improved compatibility with full-screen view and Mission Control in OS X Lion
- The sample preview option available when importing samples into Ultrabeat now functions correctly
- The destination for recorded files is now properly reset to the new Project folder after using "Save As..." command This update is recommended for all users of Logic Express 9.

The full list of over three dozen fixes and improvements included in Logic Express 9.1.6 is included in the release notes. Logic Express 9.1.6 weighs in at 140.58 MB and requires Mac OS X 10.6.8 or OS X Lion.

Apple last week issued a similar Logic Pro 9.1.6 update for existing users of the boxed Logic Pro software. Logic Pro entered the Mac App Store with the 9.1.6 version.

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116 months ago

Cubase is the best sub-$500 DAW out there now, but it's hard to beat that full pro version $200 Logic price.

Tony


Totally agree with this.

But if I had to start over with Logic being $200.....
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116 months ago

<sarcasm>Would that be the bug where a logic express key should turn in to a pro key because they dropped the price? </sarcasm> (i wish)


haha that would be nice. but i've had a bug where audio randomly changes pitch (like I'm using pitch shift) and I am quite experienced, I know there is nothing I'm doing to cause this. it may be because my computer is so slow... it only happens on bigger projects.
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116 months ago



Hope they fixed the key change bug :)

<sarcasm>Would that be the bug where a logic express key should turn in to a pro key because they dropped the price? </sarcasm> (i wish)
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116 months ago

YAY!
Really impressed with Logic Pro 9 being $199 on the MAS. I was worried it didn't include all the software and audio files the boxed version did but for the most part it does. I like that MainStage is an Add-On. Not everyone needs it but its nice to have if you want to pay extra for it.

This is much cheaper than me personally shelling $500-700 on Pro Tools 10. I know PT is the industry standard but Logic is very capable DAW and for what it offers, they just made it dirt cheap.


Yea, yea, agreed, but where is Logic X? :mad:
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116 months ago
Proof there is STILL no love for FCP7

So...they discontinue a product but still continue to support it? Why didn't they do this with Final Cut 7?
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