Apple today updated its professional-grade audio software Logic Pro X to version 10.0.4, adding support for project files generated by the new version of GarageBand released yesterday.
Logic Pro X, launched in July, represented the first major update to the software since 2009. Logic Pro X introduced "Drummer" a customizable virtual session player that automatically plays along to recorded tracks. Drummer made its way to Apple's consumer-level GarageBand in yesterday's launch, with one drummer included free of charge and a set of 14 additional drummers with various styles available for $4.99 as an in-app purchase.
Logic Pro X is available for $199.99 in the Mac App Store. [Direct Link]
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Garageband has always been Logic Pro with some things taken out
I'm not sure if this is meant as an insult to Logic Pro, or a compliment for GarageBand. :D
My $0.02: of all the music programs I've used, LP is undoubtably the best for MIDI & VSTs (AKA Audio Units). Pro Tools is the one to go for if you're mainly doing audio editing. And Cubase is the one to go to if you want a program that keeps crashing. ;) :apple:
Neither really, they are both excellent apps just aimed at different ends of the market.
It might be more similar now but there have always been more similarities than differences