Offline effects and new playlist functionality are just two of the highlights of Apple’s latest Logic update.
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Though the headline features are aimed at dance producers, Apple’s latest Logic update has something for everyone. And it’s free!
Apple have made Logic easier to use. But have they compromised the powerful features that professional users depend on?
Apple have made over 200 improvements to their flagship music production bundle. Can they win over new friends while keeping Logics core user base happy?
The latest utility from Redmatica is targeted at Logic users wanting to get the most from the programs built-in soft sampler.
Buying the Express version of Apple's Logic will save you a cool £500 over the full-blown Pro edition — and you'll still get a mighty powerful sequencer...
The new version 7 of Logic is a huge upgrade which sees the program assimilated even further into Apple's product range, and adds some intriguing new instruments and networking features. Following last month's preview, here's the full lowdown...
When Apple bought Emagic two years ago, the question on everyone's lips was 'What will they do with Logic?' Now they have unveiled perhaps the most radical overhaul the sequencer has ever seen, with improvements ranging from new instruments and effects to a networking system that could eliminate CPU restrictions completely. We explain what's changed in this preview (our full in-depth review will follow next month).