Year of release: 07.2021
Developer site: apple
Platform: iNTEL + ARM
Interface language: English
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System requirements: macOS 10.15.7 or later
4GB of RAM
OpenCL-capable graphics card or Intel HD Graphics 3000 or later
256MB of VRAM
Logic Pro X requires 6GB of disk space for a minimum installation or up to 63GB of disk space for the full Sound Library installation
Description: Apple Logic Pro X is an excellent digital sound workstation designed specifically for the Mac and designed for those who create electronic music. There are various functions here, such as recording, editing, mixing, all this turns into a complete professional recording studio right in the user’s PC. A new intuitive design has been developed specifically for the program, so that Mac users can work with something that is fundamentally different from previous applications. The new Logic Pro X retains all the useful features of the previous versions, which attracted the attention of professionals. The new interface gives access to more advanced features for professionals that Mac users who just want to experiment with making their own music may not be aware of. Another new feature is Flex Pitch, which allows you to re-edit vocals using audio cues and improve the melodies of already saved audio files.
Logic Pro X is a collection of new ways to record music and songs. For professionals, this easy-to-use program is a tremendous help. The drum module connection function will help you create realistic professional tracks that blend harmoniously into any musical genre.
New Logic Pro X 10.6 with support for macOS 11 Big Sur and Apple M1 processors
Apple has updated its flagship DAW Logic Pro. Logic Pro X 10.6 brings support for the new macOS 11 Big Sur and the recently announced Apple M1 processors. Along with this, the update brought a number of improvements for laptops and computers based on Intel processors.
The Logic Pro X 10.6 update was released in conjunction with updates to other Apple media production products – Final Cut Pro X, Motion, MainStage and Compressor. The company has improved the overall stability of the programs, fixed bugs found and added several new features.
The new version of the DAW is now fully compatible with the entire line of Novation Launchpad controllers – just plug in the controller and run the program to get the controller set up and ready to go. The device is configured automatically, without user intervention.
Apple has also improved the ability to remotely control Logic Pro X via iPad, iPhone and iPod through its proprietary Logic Remote app. The mobile application has acquired a step sequencer, thanks to which you can write beats and grooves on the screen of a smartphone or tablet.
The company also promises full compatibility of the program with new laptops and computers based on Apple M1 processors, announced on November 10 during the next presentation. Apple does not specify exactly how the DAW performance on ARM chips will change, but notes that all of the stock Logic Pro features now work stably on the new architecture.
The update list looks like this:
Improved application performance and performance on a Mac with an Apple processor.
Added the ability to control the Step Sequencer from the Logic Remote app on the iPad or iPhone to create rhythms, bass lines, and melodic patterns.
Added support for all Novation Launchpad controllers.
Improvements have been made to improve the stability and performance of the application.