“Japanese Apple tracking site Macotakara has a new report out today claiming the next version of Apple’s professional audio suite will get a similar treatment to what the company did with Final Cut Pro X,” Lowensohn reports. “That includes integrating previously separate applications, while selling others separately.”
Lowensohn reports, “Macotakara suggests that consolidation will be the case with the previously separate Waveburner authoring software being built into the application, with virtual instrument control panel MainStage being sold separately.”
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MacDailyNews Take: Because you loved Final Cut Pro X, oh so much.