Today Apple announced the biggest update ever for the Logic Pro X audio editing app for Mac and released the same for Mac users. The latest update comes with quite a few improvements and new additions including a professional Live Loops version.
Apple has also added a redesigned sampling workflow to the Logic Pro X 10.5, as revealed by a Newsroom post shared today.
The smartphone manufacturer also had a few high profile individuals from music industry to share the way they use Logic Pro X and how the new updated is going to affect their workflow.
“Logic Pro X has always been my one and only DAW. The workflow is unmatched, and the built-in sound libraries have been essential to my music from the beginning. Now with the addition of Quick Sampler and Drum Machine Designer, I’m getting back hours I used to spend in the studio building sounds and kits. This lets me spend more time writing new verses and editing 70-take vocals.” Finneas O’Connell, Grammy Award-winning producer: Billie Eilish, “Bad Guy” and the album “When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?”
The new Live Loops would allow users to “create music in new freeform and nonlinear ways,” according to the news release from Apple. It doesn’t end here as the Sampler and Quick Sampler will allow users to use the enhanced “should-shaping con trols” to their advantage as they do their work. According to Apple, users would be able to pair their app with iPhone/iPad and use free Logic Remote app for doing all sorts of fancy stuff that, frankly, is far from our understanding.
You can now download the Final Cut Pro X 10.5 update from Mac App Store. Existing users can take advantage of the update for free while the new ones will have to pay $199.99 for using it.