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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 "Continue" to proceed with the update. For details about software update certificates, see this article.

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 on this update, please visit this website:  Logic Express Release Notes  

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 . Logic Express Release Notes

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 information on the basic operation of Takes in Logic 8 and 9 , see the User's Guide. Now let's discuss the behavior of takes in cases where recordings overlap in various ways. New recordings that partially overlap the end of an existing region Let's say that you have a region on a track that spans bars one to five, and you make a new recording that starts a bit before bar five and continues past the end of the existing recording. Logic will either create a new independent region or a take folder that encompasses both the new and existing recordings. There are two factors that determine which will happen: The count-in or pre-roll setting in Logic's Recording Options The amount of overlap between the new and existing recordings Logic compares these two intervals. If the overlap between the existing region and the new recording is equal to or less than the count-in or pre-roll, a new independent region is created. In the above image, a new recording was made starting at measure four, with a count-in setting of one measure. Because the overlap was one measure, which equaled the count-in setting, a new region was created. When this track is played, the original recording will play, until the start of the new region, which will play from that point onward. If the new recording overlaps the existing recording by more than the count-in or pre-roll setting, a take folder is created that encompasses both recordings. In the above image, a new recording was made starting at 3 4 1 1, which overlapped the original recording by one measure plus one beat. Because this overlap is larger than the one measure count-in setting, a take folder was created extending from bar one to bar nine . Keep in mind that the amount of overlap necessary to cause take folder creation will vary, depending on your count-in/pre-roll setting. If you specify a count-in of "none", then the "grace period" for take folder creation is two beats. Recordings that span two adjoining regions or take folders When new recordings overlap two adjoining take folders, the same basic interaction of count-in/pre-roll and amount of overlap apply. There are more possible variations, because Logic considers the amount of overlap in both directions. Let's look at four scenarios: In the first scenario, the new recording starts less than the count-in/pre-roll amount from the end of the first take folder, and then continues into the second folder. Logic places the new recording entirely within the second take folder, and extends it enough to the left to accommodate the new recording. In the second scenario, the new recording starts well before the end of the first existing take folder, and extends less than the count-in/pre-roll amount into the second folder. Logic places the entire recording entirely within the first take folder. In the third scenario, the new recording overlaps both the first and second take folders by more than the count-in/pre-roll length. The new recording is divided between the two take folders. In the fourth scenario, the new recording overlaps both of the take folders by less than or equal to the count-in/pre-roll length. An independent region belonging to neither take folder is created.

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.

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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 project in Logic Pro X, any additional options used by the project are turned on automatically. You turn on advanced tools by selecting Show Advanced Tools in the Advanced preferences pane. Turning on advanced tools (without turning on any of the specific additional options) lets you do the following: User interface Access the Event, Marker, Tempo, and Signature Lists. Access the Project Audio Browser and All Files Browser. Access the Step Editor (formerly Hyper Editor) to graphically edit MIDI events. Customize the control bar and toolbar with additional buttons and controls. Access the Marker, Signature, and Beat Mapping global tracks. Customize key commands in the Key Commands window. Access additional preferences and project settings. Access additional track header controls in the Tracks area: On/Off buttons, Hide and Protect buttons, track numbers, and color bars. Editing Use MIDI Draw (formerly Hyper Draw) to graphically edit MIDI notes and controller information. Use step input recording to manually enter MIDI events rather than recording them in real time. Export MIDI regions as standard MIDI files. Use additional recording functionality: Quick Punch-In, advanced recording commands, automatic coloring of takes when recording). Use drum replacement and doubling. Mixing Choose between different views in the Mixer. Access additional channel strip controls: Gain Reduction meter, EQ display, Group slot, and Automation Mode button. Score View and edit multiple tracks. Access additional score view options. Add notes and symbols from the Part box. Add lyrics and other text. Customize staff styles and score sets. Edit the score layout. Projects Open and work on multiple projects. Manage different versions of projects called alternatives. Revert to automatically saved versions of a project called backups. Save assets either inside the project or in a project folder with subfolders for different asset types. When Show Advanced Tools is selected, additional options providing further expert capabilities become available, and can be selected individually depending on the type of tasks you want to perform. Additional options include: Audio: Audio File Editor for destructive editing of audio files and advanced configuration options Surround: Surround mixing and processing capabilities, including a collection of surround plug-ins MIDI: Environment window that allows for MIDI signal flow control and real-time processing of MIDI data Score: Additional features in the Score Editor, including the ability to assign staff styles to individual regions and customize the chord grid library Control Surface: Create and edit control surface assignments Advanced edit: Advanced editing capabilities including the Tempo Interpreter and the ability to create aliases While you’re working, if you find that any advanced features you need are not available, open the Advanced preferences pane and select the Show Advanced Tools checkbox, then select any additional options to turn them on. In Logic Pro Help, features that require Show Advanced Tools to be selected have this icon . Features that require Additional Options to be selected have this icon . For more information, see Advanced tools and additional options.

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 and compatibility. Key changes address issues in the following areas: - Intel Macs: ReWire and ReCycle support, Standard MIDI file export, VSL EXS instrument compatibility - Direct playback of MP3 files - Compatibility with GarageBand 3 projects and Logic 7.1 songs For detailed information on this update, please download the most recent Late-Breaking News document at: http://www.apple.com/support/lbn/?product=LogicExpress&version=7.2&language=z

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 Specifications Feature Comparison. Technical Specifications. Resellers. Resources.   Professional quality audio production Track Freeze to extend processing capability for a single computer. High-end POW-r dithering algorithm. Audio resolution up to 24-bit/96kHz. Overlap and No Overlap, Arrange Edit modes. Support for up to 12 input and output audio channels.   Award-winning instruments and effects 27 software instruments, including GarageBand Instruments, ES1, EFM1, ESM, ESP and ESE synthesizers. EXSP24 mk II sampler with comprehensive sampler instrument library. 40 effect plug-ins, including Guitar Amp, Preset Multipressor, PlatinumVerb, Compressor, Bitcrusher, AutoFilter, Phaser and more.   Professional mixing and automation Adaptive Track Mixer for display of selected channels. Save/Load Channel Strip instrument and plug-in configurations. Sample-accurate, track-based 32-bit automation. Extensive Channel group functions (Volume and Mute). Up to 255 stereo tracks. 64 software instrument tracks. 8 buses, 8 auxiliary channels. 4 inserts, 8 sends per channel. Expansive hardware controller support.   Advanced MIDI sequencing Matrix, Event List, Hyper, Score and Transform MIDI edit windows. Layout and printing of complete professional scores. Caps Lock conversion of computer keys into musical keyboard.   Comprehensive control More than 300 definable key and MIDI commands. 90 recallable screen configurations with interactive edit windows. Setup Assistant for easy system configuration. Fast, offline bouncing of single or multiple tracks. Tempo, Signature, Transpose and Video Tracks.   Extensive compatibility Support for Apple Loops (more than 1,000 Apple Loops included). Audio Units plug-in support. GarageBand song file import. Open TL file import. AAC and MP3 import and export. Full integration with Reason, Live and other Rewire-compatible applications. Optimized for PowerPC G4 and G5 processors.

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 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. In some situations, you may get better performance by converting your compressed audio tracks to AIFF or WAVE files. To do so, select the relevant regions in the Arrange window and choose Arrange > Audio > Convert Regions to New Audio Files. A file selector will appear, allowing you to choose a destination and file format for the converted files.

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 and G5 Quad computers. Logic Express 7.2.3 is recommended for all Mac Pro and G5 Quad users. An existing Logic Express 7.2.1 or Logic Express 7.2.2 installation is required for this update. Note: Logic Express 7.2.3 is optimized for PowerPC G4, G5 and Intel based Macs with up to 2 dual-core processors

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 Express 7 installation is required for this update to take effect. Compatibility fixes - Apple Loops playback correctly in sessions with sample rates other than 44.1 kHz. -Recycle files consistently import as expected. -All Acid Loops transpose in Loop Browser as expected. -Both sides of a split stereo file are converted when performing a sample rate conversion within the Sample Editor. Track Automation fixes -The Copy/Convert function behaves properly. Control Surface Support fixes -Logic Control no longer generates notes in Learn mode. -All plug-in parameter names are displayed correctly. -Assignments are now possible in the Controls View. General fixes -Loading a Channels Strip Setting will no longer switches the “Transpose” instrument parameter on. -MIDI device names from Audio MIDI Setup or Logic Setup Assistant show up properly in default song. - Multi-Instrument Bank Messages won’t change when importing a Song from Logic Express 6.4.3. -“Goto Position” window does not inadvertently switch to current SPL position when opened. -“Send to MIDI” Maximum Volume” sends to all channels, not just channel 1. -Guitar Tablature preferences and tuning definitions can be entered via menu options again. -Screen updates now occur more consistently so there are less graphic glitches. Learn more about Logic Express .

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 Express Recommendations A Macintosh PowerPC G5, or Intel Core Duo or Xeon processor 2 to 4 Gigabyte (GB) of random-access memory (RAM) for large EXS instruments A display with 1280 x 800 resolution A PCI Express, ExpressCard/34, or FireWire based audio interface A MIDI interface and keyboard (or suitable USB device)   Contents Application DVD Content DVD Printed and electronic documentation   Streamlined Interface Unified window design consolidates multiple edit and browser areas Library browser makes it easy to find audio files, channel strip settings, and plug-in settings Inspector provides convenient access to region and track parameters as well as primary mix functions via the innovative Dual Channel Strip Assign tools to mouse and view current assignments directly in the Arrange window Simple multiple track creation and setup Customizable tool and transport bars Context-sensitive shortcut menus Definable startup behavior Enhanced plug-in headers for all instruments and effects Global Tracks for graphical editing of key and time signatures, markers, tempo, and transposition Selectable time- and/or beat-based bar ruler for time-linear and/or beat-linear display in the Arrange window Waveform zoom slider for improved visibility of low-level signals Extensive zoom tools and functions   Ultimate writing studio Extensive MIDI composition Region-based quantize, transpose, gate, swing and velocity control MIDI Groove templates Creative MIDI processing and routing in the Environment Caps Lock Keyboard for note entry using computer keyboard Custom and Hermode tuning MIDI step entry Full support for Apple Loops Apple Loops browser for finding and previewing loops based on tempo, key, style, and mood Export of MIDI and audio regions as Apple Loops Edit plug-ins and MIDI performances for Software Instrument loops Independent loop transposition Comprehensive loop tagging and editing with Apple Loops Utility Complete music notation Real-time transcription Instrument transposition Guitar tablature Drum notation Chord symbols Adaptive lyric input Automatic multibar rests Comprehensive palette of slurs, crescendis, and other ornaments Staff Styles for easy recall of multiple stave attributes Score Sets allow instruments to be combined for editing and print Layout and printing of complete professional scores Robust video playback features Embedded or floating video window display Digital Cinema Desktop for display of full screen video on second monitor External video output via Firewire or DVCPro HD Global video thumbnail track Scene detect option to mark video transitions automatically Fast and intuitive region looping Global chord track with automatic chord recognition   Production powerhouse Over 980 definable key and MIDI commands 90 recallable screen configurations Audio file and I/O resolution up to 24-bit/192kHz Internal audio resolution: 32-bit floating point; 64-bit precision where required Extended project length: 6 hours at 96kHz; 13 hours at 44.1kHz .Mac backup and sharing of preferences and settings Use of an Apple Remote to control Logic Express 8 from a distance, with the ability to play, stop, record, rewind, fast-forward, and move to the next or previous track High-end POW-r dithering algorithm Seamless punch-on-the-fly recording Low latency mode to remove plug-in induced latency during recording Graphic beat mapping for creating tempo maps from existing audio Well-designed collection of production-ready templates Multiple documents open at once Bounce to AIFF, WAV (Broadcast Wave), CAF, SDII, MP3, M4A (Apple Lossless, AAC) Fast, offline bouncing of single or multiple tracks Burn any bounced audio directly to CD or DVD-A (PCM only) Asset management simplifies consolidation and transport of projects and their dependent assets MIDI note extraction from audio for drum replacement and melodic transcription Freeze Tracks feature releases CPU resources by invisibly rendering tracks Extreme Compatibility Open GarageBand songs directly in Logic Express Support for Apple Core Audio Support for Audio Units plug-ins Support for AAF, OMF, Open TL, and XML (Final Cut Pro) Streamlined ReWire support for optimized integration with Reason, Ableton Live, and other ReWire-compatible applications Serial-based copy protection Powerful folders to facilitate organization and streamline various arranging tasks   Precision Editing Intuitive region-based MIDI and audio editing Comprehensive set of editing tools assignable to left, right, and key-modified mouse buttons Effortless take management Region-based take recording and management in automatically generated take folders Pack existing tracks into take folders Single-click take selection Colorize takes on the fly Intelligent unpacking of take folders onto separate tracks Move and edit entire take folders like any other region Revolutionary Quick Swipe Comping Build a comp track from multiple takes Create comps on the fly Audition comps in real time Automatic, customizable crossfades between phrases Flatten function replaces take folder with regions that represent the current comp Flatten and Merge function replaces take folder with newly created audio file Multiple MIDI editors Piano Roll Score Hyper Event List Transform Graphical time stretching and compression in the Arrange window Sample-accurate editing in the Arrange window Definable relative or absolute snap grid Nondestructive graphical fades and crossfades Snap-to-transient selection Shuffle and Auto-Crossfade Arrange Edit modes Destructive sample editing using built-in or external sample editor like Soundtrack Pro 2 10,000-step undo history Time-linear and/or beat-linear display in the Arrange window   Professional Mixing and Automation Track Mixer views simplify mixer channel navigation Dynamic channel strip creation accelerates mixer setup and configuration Easy setup of multi-output software instruments Signal Flow view option shows all channel strips (e.g., Aux, Output, Master) within the audio signal path of the selected channel strip Save/Load complete plug-in configurations using channel strip settings Sample-accurate, track-based 32-bit automation Track- or region-based solo and mute Track mute/solo in either Fast or CPU-Saving mode Solo safe mode for any channel strip Direct insert patching of external hardware instruments and effects Exponential or dB-linear level meter scaling Busses as sources for recording Inline input monitoring Up to 255 independent mono or stereo audio channels Up to 255 independent software instrument channels Up to 255 auxiliary channel strips 64 busses 15 inserts, 8 sends per channel 32 multi-assignable channel groups for mix and edit Extensive control surface support with autolearn Support for active control surfaces via CS plug-ins Curve tool for refining automation Powerful automation features include: Group automation recording Linked editing of grouped automation Automation Quick Access for easy hardware control of currently selected parameter Automate any channel strip parameter or plug-in parameter on the fly or manually input parameter values using a breakpoint interface View multiple automation parameters for a single track at once Simultaneously view and edit automation for single or multiple tracks Read, write, touch, and latch automation modes   Included Instruments from Logic Studio Synthesizers EFM1 (FM Synth) ES E (Ensemble Synth) ES M (Monophonic Synth) ES P (Polyphonic Synth) ES1 Synth (Analog Synth) ES2 Synth (Subtractive Synth) EVOC20 PS (Vocoder Synth) EXS24 Sampler Ultrabeat (Drum Synthesizer/Sampler/Sequencer) MO External Instrument plug-in Klopfgeist (Metronome Sound Generator) Test Oscillator All 24 GarageBand instruments Analog Basic Analog Mono Analog Pad Analog Swirl Analog Sync Bass Church Organ Digital Basic Digital Mono Digital Stepper Drum Kits Electric Clav Electric Piano Guitar Horns Hybrid Basic Hybrid Morph Piano Sound Effects Strings Tonewheel Organ Tuned Percussion Voice Woodwind   Included Effects from Logic Studio Amp Modeling Bass Amp Guitar Amp Delay Echo Sample Delay Stereo Delay Tape Delay Distortion Bitcrusher Clip Distortion Distortion Distortion II Overdrive Phase Distortion Dynamics Compressor DeEsser Ducker Enveloper Expander Limiter Noise Gate Preset Multipressor Silver Compressor Silver Gate EQ Channel EQ DJ EQ Fat EQ High Cut High Pass Filter High Shelving EQ Low Cut Low Pass Filter Low Shelving EQ Parametric EQ Silver EQ Filter AutoFilter EVOC 20 Filterbank EVOC 20 TrackOscillator Fuzz-Wah Spectral Gate Imaging Direction Mixer Stereo Spread Metering BPM Counter Correlation Meter Level Meter Tuner Modulation Chorus Ensemble Flanger Microphaser Modulation Delay Phaser Ringshifter Rotor Cabinet Scanner Vibrato Spreader Tremolo Pitch Pitch Correction Pitch Shifter II Vocal Transformer Reverb AVerb EnVerb GoldVerb PlatinumVerb SilverVerb Specialized Denoiser Enhance Timing Exciter Grooveshifter Speech Enhancer SubBass Utilities Gain I/O Test Oscillator

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 version 10.4 (Tiger). Most significant areas addressed are: - MP3 and AAC import in Mac OS X Tiger - Use of Scandinavian keyboard layout in Mac OS X Tiger - Automation tool: Support of S curve modes - “Enhance Pitch” plug-in - Realtime sample rate conversion For more information on this update, visit Logic Express 7.1.1 Enhancements

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: Insert the "Applications Install DVD" that came with your computer. Double-click the Installed Bundled Software installer. Click Customize in the Install Bundled Applications window. Click the disclosure triangle to the left of Bundled Applications to reveal the choices. Deselect everything except GarageBand. Click the disclosure triangle to the left of GarageBand and include GarageBand Additional Instruments and Loops. Click Install.

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-latency multi-I/O audio hardware and MIDI interface recommended.   Technical Specifications Feature Comparison. Technical Specifications. Resources.   Professional quality audio production Track Freeze to extend processing capability for a single computer. High-end POW-r dithering algorithm. Audio resolution up to 24-bit/96kHz. Overlap and No Overlap, Arrange Edit modes. Support for up to 12 input and output audio channels.   Award-winning instruments and effects 27 software instruments, including GarageBand Instruments, ES1, EFM1, ESM, ESP and ESE synthesizers. EXSP24 mk II sampler with comprehensive sampler instrument library. 40 effect plug-ins, including Guitar Amp, Preset Multipressor, PlatinumVerb, Compressor, Bitcrusher, AutoFilter, Phaser and more.   Professional mixing and automation Adaptive Track Mixer for display of selected channels. Save/Load Channel Strip instrument and plug-in configurations. Sample-accurate, track-based 32-bit automation. Extensive Channel group functions (Volume and Mute). Up to 255 stereo tracks. 64 software instrument tracks. 8 buses, 8 auxiliary channels. 4 inserts, 8 sends per channel. Expansive hardware controller support.   Advanced MIDI sequencing Matrix, Event List, Hyper, Score and Transform MIDI edit windows. Layout and printing of complete professional scores. Caps Lock conversion of computer keys into musical keyboard.   Comprehensive control More than 300 definable key and MIDI commands. 90 recallable screen configurations with interactive edit windows. Setup Assistant for easy system configuration. Fast, offline bouncing of single or multiple tracks. Tempo, Signature, Transpose and Video Tracks.   Extensive compatibility Support for Apple Loops (more than 1,000 Apple Loops included). Audio Units plug-in support. GarageBand song file import. Open TL file import. AAC and MP3 import and export. Full integration with Reason, Live and other Rewire-compatible applications. Optimized for PowerPC G4 and G5 processors.

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 : 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 without Audio This can be helpful to rule out issues with a specific Core Audio driver. In some cases, Logic may stop responding or quit unexpectedly while initializing the Core Audio driver. In these cases, start Logic Pro or Logic Express without Audio. If needed, turn on Built-In Audio for the troubleshooting. Shift-Control AU-Safe Mode This will only load Audio Units that have passed the Audio Units Validation Tool which is automatically launched on the very first startup of Logic. If you have enabled Audio Units that did not pass this test, you may experience unexpected quitting or misbehavior. With this option, you may revert Logic Pro or Logic Express to a stable state. Option Start without Autoload/Template/LastRecent This will start Logic Pro or Logic Express without loading a Template, Autoload, or last-opened project. This can be useful for troubleshooting any kind of issue since it excludes the possibility that an issue is specific to or caused by the currently loaded project. Choosing File > New with the Option Key held down will load an empty default project for troubleshooting.

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.

How to combine multiple audio interfaces by creating an aggregate device

By creating an aggregate device, you can use more than one audio interface at the same time with audio applications like Logic, MainStage, or most other Core Audio-compliant applications.

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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