Apple Updates Logic Pro X With Minor Bug Fixes and Feature Improvements

Apple today updated Logic Pro X, its software for audio professionals, to version 10.3.1. The new update introduces a few bug fixes and refines two previously implemented features.

According to Apple's release notes, Logic Pro X 10.3.1 fixes a bug that caused regions to behave unexpectedly when moved, and it fixes an issue that could cause regions on Track Alternatives to get deleted.


As for feature additions, global edits cutting or inserting time are now also applied to inactive Track Alternatives, and projects that use sample rates other than 44.1kHz can be shared to GarageBand for iOS.

Today's 10.3.1 update comes just over a month after Apple released Logic Pro X 10.3, a major update introducing a refreshed interface, Track Alternatives, and Touch Bar support for the new MacBook Pro.

Logic Pro X is available for purchase from the Mac App Store for $199.99. [Direct Link]


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23 months ago
Logic is one of the few remaining reasons I stick with Macs... there literally is nothing like it for PC.
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23 months ago

Have you tried Presonus Studio One? It's a DAW I'll likely be switching to when I get around to it. I'm mostly just amazed by how solid it seems to be - I can have multiple projects open without it crashing - how revolutionary is that?

I never have this problem with Logic.
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23 months ago

I never have this problem with Logic.

I think he's trolling. Logic never has this problem.
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23 months ago
Please, Cupertino people... Bring Aperture back.
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23 months ago

LPX demolishes anything available on the rest of the market. It's a triumph of software engineering.

Your signature asks Apple for more professional products. Well here one stands. :)

Logic is really all that is left in the pro department. Final Cut is a bit consumer-ish now and not taken seriously in the industry. I hope Logic makes it.

My signature is really about hardware more than software. But I would welcome NEW pro software. Like an Aperture replacement...Shake replacement....you know.
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23 months ago
The developers must have had a break from emoji based development while Tim was touring Europe.
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23 months ago

I stopped using Cubase way back when, around version 7, so I can't comment on how good 9 is. But my experience of Cubase 5 through to 7 was pretty terrible with stability, especially when you add in a load of third-party plugins. Crashing, locking uPlus so many terrible bugs and awkwardness when working with MIDI.

Mind you, I migrated to Cubase from Sony Acid Pro, which was possibly one of the most frustrating DAWs I've ever used. So Cubase was more than tolerable.

Logic Pro 9 was the first DAW where personally it felt fluent and intuitive with MIDI. I didn't feel like so much of an idiot and could actually be vaguely productive, rather than spending hours hurling colourful metaphors at my monitors.

LPX had a fair few hiccups in its first iterations but the bugs were quickly ironed out. Plus Flex Pitch is an absolute godsend. I historically maintained it was Pro Tools for audio, Logic Pro for MIDI, but these days I can't see myself using anything other than LPX. It really is a stunning DAW and has so much value for money.

Don't remind me about Cubase 5-7. It was so buggy on the mac. When there's a Cubase 9 trial released which should be soon you should try it for fun. I would almost go so far to say as it blows logic out of the water. E.g. Chord track. Sample track. The suite of plugins and synths. It's literally insane how much it has improved. I just thought I would give logic a spin as there were some minor mac bugs on Cubase. I am impressed but things that are so intuitive and easy on Cubase you seem to have to run circles around to do the same on logic. And I've read the manual inside out. I MAY switch back to Cubase. I just hate the security dongle.
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23 months ago

Woohoo! That region bug was a big PITA. Logic occasionally would move the start marker to before the 0 point, and that would cause regions to lock up. (Oddly, pressing 1 unlocked them.) Now if they could just fix the problems with the end marker....


Agreed - that region bug was massive. Will be stoked if that's completely fixed.
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23 months ago
This is one piece of software that Apple seem to have love for.
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23 months ago
Logic is BY FAR the best Apple App ever made (best overall Mac App is Pixelmator). I bought Logic 8 and have never looked back. Considered Cubase at the time but seemed to very buggy over in the Cubase forums. But to be fair Logic 8 was accused of being "too Garageband" by Logic 7 users. But at the time I was only using Garageband and LOVED the "easy interface" on a much more powerful App. This was THE MAIN REASON I bought LP8 ($500 at time...hey LP7 was $1000). I like to spend all my time on creation and inspiration and not fighting a "tool". Logic has NEVER fought me.
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