• Addresses an issue where some VoiceOver controls became unavailable
• This update also contains additional stability and performance improvements
Ratings and Reviews
Would like more of the older plugins to be “modernized,” but really enjoying this update! My workflow will be a lot smoother now, especially with Tempo and bookmarking. Enjoying the new plugins as well!
Had to update the review, but recording is now laggy for me and I have to re-edit the MIDI after I play. It is even laggy playing without recording. Sometimes Logic refuses to open and requires a restart, some things have been renamed and changed. Nothing wrong with that, but now I don’t know how to access or use them anymore. Things like Panorama which was a way to pan MIDI.. is that now MIDI Pan? But when I automate the MIDI, no panning happens or when I try to automate the pan on the automation interface nothing happens? The new creativity this DAW just inspired upon me makes it worth the new growing pains, and I LOVE the features, just wish things were more stable and clear. Logic is usually stable for me and haven’t had these issues before
before purchasing a MacBook, i knew all i was going to use it for was a portable DAW for Logic Pro x, i was largly debting between the pro and the air, after 1 week i am glad to report that the macbook air i purchased is fully capable of running Logic Pro x, with many tracks, and the battery life is great. logic is like the lungs ofmy studio, allowing everything to breath no matter where i am. i love logics wide variety of stock sounds that come with the software, also the parameters in which you can adjust sounds are seemingly infinite. overall if i had to chnage anyhting with logic it would be to automatically connect when linking instruments and midi connections. after the learning curve associated with logic and pairing instruments/ running channels was all figured out i was in a creative environment. also one more tip of advice would be to allow siri to communicate and help me accomplish easy tasks like, “hitting record” “pausing” adding in an automated drummer and stufff like that would be pretty awesome to have at my fingertips. but as a simple multit track organizer i couldnt be more pleased. i do also have hard times navigating my main workig space. i believe a touch screen for logic would be of great assistance in the workflo issue associated with all technology
EXS24 is broken and has been since Logic 9
If you have EXS instruments created in a Logic version prior to L9 - there is a problem for the EXS to find the samples. Unlike all Logic versions before 9, there is no option to manually show the EXS where to look for the samples. If you are lucky enough to have the original old hard drive you created the samples on, and you are able to somehow connect it to your Mac - it will work. But copy the folder of samples to your new drive(s) and it stops working. Better hope your old drive doens’t die. Appe engineering is aware of the problem - they just don’t care. This doesn’t matter if you are a relative new user of Logic - but for us old-timers ( I have been in Logic since vers 3) it is a huge problem. As it is known, that Apple bought up Redmatica, who produced the program, that would fix this (EXS Manager) - it is a mystery that functionality hasn’t been made available at least, if they don’t want to fix Spotlight ( which is the underlying problem). Shame on you Apple for messing up Emagic’s great product. Lots of long standing bugs have never been fixed in Logic, but with every update new bugs are introduced. Good luck running a session relying on punching into a track. It doesn’t work reliably. Zoom settings are having random weird problems.
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