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Logic Pro X (10.x), is the successor to Logic Pro 9 that was released on July 16, 2013. It introduced a new, single-window customizable interface, with a design in line with Final Cut Pro X. On November 12, 2020, it was renamed back to "Logic Pro" in with the release of version 10.6, which added support for macOS Big Sur and Apple M1-based Macs.[1]

New features

New tools in this release are Drummer, a virtual session player that automatically plays along with your song in a wide variety of drumming styles and techniques, and Flex Pitch, a Flex Time equivalent for pitch editing in audio recordings. Also, a new "Smart Controls" feature allows users to map parameters from an array of plugins to a single, convenient control interface. Redesigned keyboards and synths were included, together with new stomp boxes, bass amp and drum kit designers, and a chord arpeggiator. A completely rebuilt sound and loop library was introduced, along with a new Patch architecture.

Logic Pro X also improved track organization by allowing users to group multiple tracks into 'folder' like categories (e.g., acoustics, synthesizers, vocals, percussion, etc.). In addition to this organization, Logic Pro X allowed individuals to trigger 'solo,' 'mute,' and 'volume' controls for each group.[2] Further improvements were made to score editing, exporting (now compatible with MusicXML format), and this version introduced MIDI plug-in compatibility. Coinciding with the release of Logic Pro X was the release of a companion iPad app called Logic Remote, which allows wireless control of Logic Pro X, including Touch Instruments for playing and recording software instruments as well as tools for navigating, making basic edits and mixing.


With the release of verson 10.0, Logic Pro X runs in 64-bit mode only and no longer works with 32-bit plug-ins.[3] Logic Pro X is capable of transferring most data from previous projects saved in Logic Pro 5 and later, though the transfer to 64-bit only means older 32-bit plugins will no longer work.[2] Version 10.4 introduced a new reverb called ChromaVerb, and new functionality such as Smart Tempo, as well as the option to undo mixer actions. In addition, version 10.4 introduced support for version 2 of the Audio Random Access (ARA) standard.[4] 10.5 was released in May 2020.[5] It features Live Loops, Sampler, Quick Sampler, Remix FX, new drag-and-drop workflows, Drum Synth, and Step Sequencer.[6] Sampler, a demo project for Billie Eilish's hit song Ocean Eyes, and Quick Sampler replace EXS24 as Logic Pro X's flagship sampling plugin.[7]


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