On Thursday, Apple released a new suite of updates for its professional audio making software which is Logic Pro X. The prime focus is to expand DAW’s smart tempo feature which spontaneously detects tempo across the whole project. Previously, Smart tempo could only be used while recording Audio into Logic Pro X. Now with the update, you can scan the tempo of recorded MIDI performances and can import multi-tracks recordings.
The original inclusion of Smart tempo is extremely useful as it helps to remove the requirement to manually set the tiny tempo changes and spend time quantizing whole audio recordings. On the other hand, a lot of new updates to Mainstage which is a kind of companion app for Logic. There are many similarities between Logic Pro X and MainStage, this new version of mainstage has 800 additional loops and a Visions library for Alchemy with 150 “cinematic” presets.
The new plugins come with ChromaVerb, Step FX, Phat FX, the Vintage EQ Collection, Studio Strings, and Studio Horns, a standalone Mellotron, and a version of Retro Synth with 18 filter models. Whereas the Musician can adjust individuals on its own in Arpeggiator, and Loopback will place a crossfade for each cycle in order to lessen artifacts. Space designer had been revamped the scalable Retina interface.
Both Mainstage and Logic Pro X supports relocating the Sound Library into the external storage device. It helps the people who frequently need to switch between workstations, Alchemy has picked up numerical editing for parameter values, and drag-and-drop hot zones for resynthesis and sampling options when importing audio, according to Apple Insider.
Logic Pro X is available for new owners in $199 and Mainstage is for $29.99 a companion app which is made for live performances.