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Logic Express 9.1.8

 This update addresses overall stability and performance issues including: • Fixes an issue that caused an AirPlay dialog to repeatedly appear. • Resolves performance issues when using plug-ins that provide frequent graphic feedback.   This update is recommended for all users of Logic Express 9 . For detailed information on this update, please visit this website:  Logic Express Release Notes    

Logic Pro 9 - Technical Specifications

Logic Express 9.1.1 through 9.1.6 updates

Click on the below links to download Logic Express 9.1.1 to 9.1.6 updates:  Logic Express 9.1.1 Logic Express 9.1.2 Logic Express 9.1.3 Logic Express 9.1.4 Logic Express 9.1.5 Logic Express 9.1.6 Note: These installers have expired certificates. When opened you will see the following: For OS X Lion and later users, you can click "Continue" and proceed with the update. For Mac OS X v10.6 Snow Leopard users, make sure you have installed "Apple Software Installer Update 1.0". Then you can click

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Logic Express 9.1.1

This update improves overall stability and provides numerous fixes and enhancements.  Issues addressed include: - Support for 64-bit native mode - Compatibility with 64-bit Audio Unit plug-ins - File names with over 32 characters are now supported - Samples are now mapped correctly when using the “Contiguous Zones” option in the EXS editor The update is recommended for all users of Logic Express 9 . The update is recommended for all users of Logic Express 9 . For detailed information

Logic Pro/Express 9: Defining Custom Bank Messages

Learn about defining custom bank messages with Logic Pro and Express 9.

Logic Express 9.1.7

This update improves overall stability and addresses some minor issues including the following: Updates compatibility with GarageBand for iOS projects Fixes a problem that produced an error message when editing fades on numerous regions This update is recommended for all users of Logic Express 9 .

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Logic Pro/Express 8 and 9: How overlapping recordings are assigned to take folders

Basic Principles When you record audio to a track in Logic 8 and 9 , the basic operation is the same as it ever was. A region is created on the track. When you record over the same section of the timeline on the track, a take folder is created that contains all the recordings made on the track so far. If you record in a new section of the song where there is no overlap, then a new region will be created. Additional recording over the new section will result in a new take folder. For more

Logic Pro/Express 8 and 9: Discussion of the Normalize feature in the Bounce dialog

Logic 8 and later offer a new Normalize check box in the Bounce dialog window. When it's selected, Logic calculates the maximum possible volume for the bounce without exceeding 0 dBFS, and writes a resulting audio file with the optimum level for whatever format you are bouncing to. There are several points to keep in mind with this feature:

Access loops in Logic 9 or GarageBand 6 after updating to OS X El Capitan or macOS Sierra

If you don't see your loops in the Loop Browser, use these steps: In the Finder, hold the Option key then choose Go > Library. Open Logic Pro 9 , Logic Express 9 , or GarageBand 6, then open the Loop Browser. Drag the folder named "Apple Loops" from the Audio folder in the Finder onto the Loop Browser. These steps reindex the selected loops. After reindexing is finished, your loops should appear in the Loop Browser.

Logic Pro X: Some control surfaces no longer work in Logic Pro X

This may happen if you were running Logic Pro 9 or Logic Express 9 in 32-bit mode. Logic Pro X is 64-bit only. This means that any third-party control surface plug-ins also need to be 64-bit. Check with the manufacturer of your control surface to see if there is a 64-bit control surface plug-in for it and for instructions on how to install it. If your control surface worked in 64-bit mode then it should continue to work with Logic Pro X.

Logic Pro X: Work with advanced tools and additional options

Work with advanced tools and additional options Logic Pro X provides the power and flexibility of previous versions of Logic Pro, while allowing you to turn groups of features on or off to streamline your workflow. Advanced tools and additional options can be turned on or off in the Advanced preferences pane. For experienced users who have upgraded from Logic Pro (8 or 9 ) or Logic Express (8 or 9 ), all advanced tools and additional options are turned on by default. When you open an existing

Logic Express Update 7.2.3

Create your own music using an advanced spectrum of features and tools for computer based music production. Logic Express provides a step up from GarageBand for aspiring musicians, producers and composers without breaking the bank. With the same flexible layout as Logic Pro, you can dive deeper into the creation and manipulation of audio and MIDI. Learn more about Logic Express What’s New in this Version Logic Express 7.2.3 addresses performance issues when Logic Express 7 is used on Mac Pro

Logic Express Update 7.2.1

Create your own music using an advanced spectrum of features and tools for computer based music production. Logic Express provides a step up from GarageBand for aspiring musicians, producers and composers without breaking the bank. With the same flexible layout as Logic Pro, you can dive deeper into the creation and manipulation of audio and MIDI. Learn more about Logic Express What’s New in this Version Logic Express 7.2.1 is a maintenance release that delivers enhanced reliability

Logic Express 7 - Technical Specifications

Logic Express 7 - Part Numbers Retail M9670Z/A Logic Express 7 Upgrade from Logic Express 6 M9707Z/A   Logic Express 7 System Requirements Macintosh computer with a PowerPC G4 or faster processor (G5 or dual G4 processors recommended). 512MB of RAM. Mac OS X v10.3 or later. 4GB of available hard disk space. DVD drive for software installation. Low-latency multi-I/O audio hardware and MIDI interface recommended. Separate hard drive recommended for high-resolution audio tracks.   Technical

Logic Express Update 8.0.2

Delivers the power and streamlined interface of Logic Pro 8. Innovative production tools and over 100 instruments and effects from Logic Studio let you record, edit, and mix with unmatched quality, speed, and ease. What’s New in this Version - Logic Pro 8.0.2 addresses specific customer and compatibility issues of Logic Express 8.0. This update is recommended for all Logic Express 8.0 users.

Logic Express Update 7.0.1

Enhances reliability and performance. Furthermore, it contains improvements in the following areas: -Compatibility with Audio Units and other formats -Track Automation -Control Surfaces -Various further improvements Note: The update improves compatibility with a number of Audio Units plug-ins. Your Audio Units plug-ins will be rescanned the first time Logic Express 7.0.1 is launched. The Logic Express 7.0.1 Update is highly recommended for all users of Logic Express 7. An existing Logic

Logic Express 8 - Technical Specifications

Logic Express 8 - Part Numbers Retail MA806LL/A Upgrade from Logic Express 6,7,8 MA810LL/A Academic MA809LL/A   Logic Express System Requirements Mac computer with a 1.25GHz or faster PowerPC G4 processor (PowerPC G5, Intel Core Duo, or Intel Xeon processor recommended) 1GB of RAM Display with 1024-by-768 resolution Mac OS X v10.4.9 or later QuickTime 7.2 or later 6GB of available disk space DVD drive for installation Low-latency multi-I/O audio hardware and MIDI interface recommended   Logic

Logic Pro, Logic Express: About compressed audio and track counts

In Logic Pro and Logic Express , you can play compressed audio formats such as AAC, Apple Lossless, and MP3 directly in the Arrange window. Because these files require less disk space, you might think that they would also require less processor and disk drive bandwidth to play back. However, directly playing compressed audio may require more of your computer's resources than playing back an equivalent number of uncompressed audio tracks. This could result in lower track counts

Logic Express Update 7.1.1

Create your own music using an advanced spectrum of features and tools for computer based music production. Logic Express provides a step up from GarageBand for aspiring musicians, producers and composers without breaking the bank. With the same flexible layout as Logic Pro, you can dive deeper into the creation and manipulation of audio and MIDI. Learn more about Logic Express What’s New in this Version Addresses isolated reliability issues. It also improves compatibility with Mac OS X

GarageBand '09: Templates missing after Logic Studio or Logic Express 8 installation

If Logic is already installed, reinstall iLife '09 to resolve this issue. When installing Logic, selecting the option to include GarageBand '08 content as part of the Logic Studio or Logic Express 8 installation will overwrite GarageBand '09 content. When you install Logic, deselect the GarageBand content option in the installer. If you purchased iLife '09 separately, reinstall it from the disc it came on. If iLife '09 was pre-installed, follow these directions to reinstall it on your computer

Logic Express 7.2 - Technical Specifications

Logic Express 7.2 - Part Numbers Retail MA338Z/A Upgrade MA344Z/A Universal Crossgrade MA343ZM/A   Logic Express 7.2 System Requirements Macintosh computer with PowerPC G4, PowerPC G5 or Intel Core Duo; Intel Core Duo, PowerPC G5, or dual PowerPC G4 processor recommended. 512MB of RAM. Mac OS X v10.4.3 or later for PowerPC-based systems; Mac OS X v10.4.4 or later for Intel-based systems. QuickTime 7.0.3 or later. 6GB of available hard drive space. DVD drive for software installation. Low

Logic Pro/Express : Startup modifier keys for troubleshooting

By holding down modifier keys while you open the application, you can put Logic Pro or Logic Express into one of several troubleshooting modes. To do this, go to your Applications folder, double-click the Logic icon, then hold down the respective modifier key(s) from the table below until a dialog appears or Logic is fully loaded. Modifier key(s) Description Purpose Control Start

Logic Pro/Express: Tips for balancing multi-core performance

Logic Pro and Logic Express 8 or later can use all cores on 2, 4, and 8 core Macs. Keep these tips in mind as you work with Logic to balance performance on a multi-core system.

Logic Pro/Express: How Spotlight privacy settings affect search in Logic's File Browser

Logic's File Browser uses the Spotlight search engine to deliver search results.

Logic Studio (2009)

Logic Studio (2009) includes Logic Pro 9 , MainStage 2, Soundtrack Pro 3, Studio Instruments, Studio Effects, WaveBurner 1.6, Compressor 3.5, Impulse Response Utility, Apple Loops Utility, and QuickTime 7 Pro.  View documentation, tech specs, and more by clicking the links below. 

Logic: Working with Standard MIDI files

Logic can open or import Standard MIDI files, allowing you to work with MIDI data from almost any other application.  

If you see an audio and MIDI sync alert in Logic Pro X

Learn what to do if you see “Error while trying to synchronize Audio and MIDI” when using Logic Pro X.

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