Logic Pro X

Logic Pro X

By Apple

  • Category: Music
  • Release Date: 2013-07-16
  • Current Version: 10.4.4
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 1.35 GB
  • Developer: Apple
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.12 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    4.5/5 ( 2,735 Reviews)
  • Price:
    $199.99
Logic Pro X App Ratings: 4.5
4.5
Total 2,735 Reviews

Logic Pro X App Description

Logic Pro X is the most advanced version of Logic ever. Sophisticated tools for professional songwriting, editing, and mixing are built around a modern interface that’s designed to get creative results quickly and also deliver more power whenever it’s needed. Logic Pro X includes a massive collection of instruments, effects, and loops, providing a complete toolkit to create amazing-sounding music. Powerful Interface • Consolidate and control multiple tracks or create rich, layered instruments with Track Stacks • Smart Controls allow you to manipulate multiple plug-ins and parameters with a single move • Support for the Touch Bar on MacBook Pro provides convenient controls for creating, editing and navigating your songs • Autosave keeps your work safe and sound Professional Music Production • Record and edit MIDI or audio using a comprehensive set of editors and tools • Keep takes organized with take folders and build comps quickly with Quick Swipe Comping • Track Alternatives let you create and switch between different playlists of regions and edits on a track • Render any combination of effect plug-ins to a selection of audio using Selection-based Processing • Fix out-of-tune vocals and change the melodies of recorded audio with Flex Pitch • Manipulate the timing and tempo of any recording with ease using Flex Time • Comprehensive mix and plug-in parameter automation can be part of a region or track • Create and mix music from anywhere in the room using Logic Remote on iPad or iPhone • Produce simple lead sheets or orchestral scores with built-in Score editor Drum Production • Create authentic acoustic, electronic, or hip hop drum tracks using Drummer, a virtual session player and beat producer • Choose among 28 distinct drummers that can take your direction and perform millions of unique grooves • Build your own acoustic drum kits with Drum Kit Designer using a collection of deeply sampled drums • Customize the sound of your electronic beats using Drum Machine Designer Keyboards and Synths • Get inspired by collection of synths that provide analog, wavetable, FM, additive, granular, spectral, and modeling synthesis • Quickly find sounds or create unique new ones with Alchemy, the ultimate sample manipulation synthesizer • Play or create a wide variety of rich sampled instruments with the EXS24 Sampler • Instantly turn a simple chord into a rich performance with the Arpeggiator • Transform simple ideas into elaborate performances using nine MIDI plug-ins • Play faithful models of classic organs, keyboards, and vintage synths Guitar and Bass Gear • Build your own guitar or bass rig with Amp Designer using vintage and modern amps, cabinets, and mics • Design a custom Pedalboard from a collection of delay, distortion, and modulation stompboxes • Access the Tuner with just a click to quickly get in tune Creative and Production Effects • Play your sounds through realistic acoustic spaces using Space Designer convolution reverb • Use a range of multi-tap, vintage tape, and stereo delays • Add movement to your tracks with a variety of modulation effects Sound Library • Over 2800 instrument and effect Patches • 1000 meticulously sampled instruments • More than 7000 Apple Loops in wide range of genres Compatibility • Expand your instrument and effects library with third-party Audio Units-compatible plug-ins • Share to GarageBand option allows you to remotely add new tracks to your Logic project from your iPhone or iPad via iCloud • Import and export XML to support Final Cut Pro X workflows • Export and share your songs directly to SoundCloud • Open projects from Logic 5 or later Minimum System Requirements 4GB RAM Display with 1280-by-768 resolution or higher OS X v10.12 or later Requires 64-bit Audio Units plug-ins 6GB available disk space for minimum install / 63GB hard disk space for full Sound Library installation

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Logic Pro X App Reviews

  • The music In MY Ears

    5
    By Leeioh
    This is easy to use and it has more capabilities then you could imagine. If you can't make a hit using logic you maybe shouldn't be producing. Music is very easy to make with Logic!
  • Vocals

    5
    By Bxalbo89
    hello people whats the best plugins for rap vocals ? any suggestions.
  • we need better 808 glides/slides

    4
    By Kalimbo16
    i been using logic pro x for a whle and i really love it and have stick to it but i be getting really annoyed because im a trap producer and i hate how hard is to get 808 slides ,after all this year and yall still havent develop a good synth that can make good slideds and that doesnt ruin the quality of the sample,the exs24 is good but is just to complecated you plus it ruins the sound quality of the sample on the other hand we got alchemy which i think is better because it easier to use and to load samples but still slides are weak but i got more hopes from alchemy thanthe exs24 , i really hope you guys do something about this ,thanks.
  • Complete garbage.

    1
    By Hshakansbab
    I make cutom drum kicks, save them, then somhow it changes the instuments and plugins on its own. Completly rediculous. I comstantly waist time because it doesn't funtion properly. It will turn on "smart tempo," in the middle of a recording completely ruining it without me or the artist knowing until the recording is supposed to be done. DO NOT WAIST YOUR MONEY! It constantly lags and screws me over. I use a 2017 Imac. Its not a hardware issue, simply over rated garbage software. P.s. the service team is a trash as the program... classsic apple.
  • Excellent...but, no audio to MIDI?

    5
    By deckard 2
    No audio to MIDI conversion that I am aware of. Other DAW's have it...why not Logic X?
  • EXS24 is broken and has been since Logic 9

    3
    By Dutnakke
    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.
  • 10.4.4 Audio Performance Issues

    2
    By CJ Muria
    Not sure what the heck happend, but there is a marked performance in audio quality with this update...it's degraded on all of my iMacs and Macbook Pro. For some reason, when recording guitar with distortion, there are audible pops and clicks when playing with palm mutes and other fast playing techniques. I've tried to resolve this issue by adjusting latency, i/o buffer, opening LPX in low resolution, running it on different computers, different audio interfaces, a multitiude of guitars, different instrument cables and various inputs providing the distortion signal in the chain. I've tried everything and this is so incredibly frustrating. When re-recording a song I had written in the 10.2.4 version, the audio is crisp and clear, but since then it is clipping and popping every single time I play the same song. This is beyond frustrating and I can no longer use LPX in my studio because of this issue. Really hope they fix it so I will consider using it and recommending it to our artists. But this is just completely unusable junk. So disappointed.
  • lets be honest.

    5
    By gucci thiccy boi 2012
    okay, so first of all, i hate it. idk how to make beats. i wanna sound like scrillex but i can’t. other than that the piano sounds cool.
  • Pro' use it for a reason

    5
    By Sal_amander
    Everywhere you look, pro engineers line their repertoire with Pro Tools, Reason, Abelton, all this long lit of pro software DAW's, with Logic included in that bundle. Everywhere you look for DAW's though, none match up to what Logic brings to the table. Sure all have stock plugins, but few offer the ability to be able to fully record, and fully mix a song with using soley stock plugins. Pro Tools is great for mixing by enhancing work flow, but you can accomplish the same in Logic, not as efficiently, but still reach that end, and get a Master ready song all within a Macbook. I can not stress enough the immense, profound, amazing, (insert all positive adjectives here) how great this software is. For $300 you get a full recording, production, and editing suite right at your finger tips. It's easy to learn, and as long as you have an ear, you can really learn how to become a superb bedroom studio workhorse before you know it. THIS ALL TAKES PRCTICE, Youtube offers great tutorials on how to work with different pieces of music, utilize it, and before you know you've bought the biggest steal that has come to any laptop for Music endevours.
  • From Amateur to Professional

    5
    By Jcgreer2012
    This application is fantastic. One, because it is budget friendly at $200. It’s flexibility is great. Personally, you can make at least one album in this software with just stock components. It is also very familiar if/when you switch from Garage Band.

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