Apple releases Logic Pro Update 7.2.1

Logic Pro is Apple’s industry-leading application for music creation and audio production dramatically broadens the capabilities of computer-based studio environments with Logic Pro 7. The first choice of many prominent musicians and producers, Logic Pro 7 provides the most comprehensive collection of music creation tools.

Logic Pro 7.2.1 is a maintenance release that addresses isolated reliability and compatibility issues in the following areas:
• Intel Macs: ReWire and ReCycle support, Standard MIDI file export, OMF import, VSL EXS instrument compatibility
• Blank Sample Editor window in some circumstances
• Unexpected halt of software instrument output
• Compatibility with Logic 7.1 songs
• Direct playback of MP3 files
• EuCon support for the Euphonix MC and CM408T control surfaces

More info and download link (30MB) here.

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  1. Wonderboy.

    Look for it on Amazon or eBay before you go anywhere else. I got it at Amazon for $500 several months ago from a retailer that was dumping a few compies that they had left.

  2. JEG: Thanks for the tip

    Edgar: Well that’s an interesting point you make. But yes, even more more so than naming a computer after a piece of fruit. Logic and music are processed in opposite hemispheres of the brain, so it seems even more disparate. imho

  3. Well, Apple didn’t name it, they just bought Emagic, the company that made Logic. Since it was already such a widely-used tool (second only to Pro Tools, I believe) they probably kept the name for that “Reason”. (no pun intended)

  4. Also, try having a look on eBay, etc. – sometimes there’s some great deals. If you’re a student, you can also get it direct from the Apple store for half-price.

    It’s a quite astonishing piece of software, btw – worth every penny.

  5. wonderboy: Methinks you are a victim of the common misconception that music is purely a “right-brained” activity (the left- and right-brain stuff is mostly oversimplistic nonsense anyways), when in fact there is tremendous logical machinery underlying just about every musical task. Try blowing through some bebop changes, or realizing an orchestral score at the piano, or composing a baroque fugue, and tell me again just how absent logic is from the process of composing, arranging or performing music.

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