Logic not only is not dead but is materialized in different forms inside OSX from core audio to garage band to apple loops ; all under the supervision of gerhard lengeling
Hi Eli,I'm unfortunately away from my workstation right now. Can someone confirm if the add software instrument with next MIDI channel problem has been corrected? And if so, how specifically?
"Updates NEED to be fast and furious"
- so far so so good. We can't expect everything to be fixed on update .01- I for one and impressed at their response and subsequent update this soon.
Of course, I felt that logic 9 was well supported with updates, as well.
.. It's funny how the "logic is dead" folks seemed to well... Died off.
I think I may go have a German beer...in their honor.
It's true that MIDI effects, pitch correction, smart controls have been done before in other DAWs in various ways. But there is one serious game changer in Logic X that I have not seen in any other DAW. And that is the Drummer track functionality.a lot of what I see in X is catch up stuff that Logic was always missing.
True. But one thing to consider is that when you work for a megacorp that has a lot of products vs. a small company that makes only a tiny number of products, the odds are that you're going to work on a lot of things, rather than just one thing. Think of how many Apple products use sound, music, or audio in one way or another. None of us know exactly what each individual Apple employee does on a given day, but I think that we can safely say that the Logic team wasn't simply enjoying cocktails on the beach for 3.5 years, then decided to "get the band back together" and work on Logic for a spell.four years is a ridiculous eternity in the land of software
My understanding is that the Smart Controls and Drummer access a new feature in LPX called "Articulation ID." It's not a matter of "dumbing down" anything in particular, but giving users the ability to control the "performance" of a given set of samples based on articulation parameters. There already are "smart instruments" in Garageband for iOS (and the Logic Remote app for iOS) that in effect "lock" an instrument to always playing in key....would Apple make AI guitarist, or AI keyboarder or AI percussionist? Is this where it's going? We'll just switch it on and let the machine be creative for us?