Really? I am wishing, hoping, praying for a new Logic version, which would include at least some of the following:hope they will make Logic 10.7 ready, soon, but please no new Logic version.
Maybe he's referring to whole saga and outcry about Final Cut Pro X. Apple has been accused of making this new version more suitable for amateurs than professionals. The pro's have yelled and screamed about many features that were simply dropped.hope they will make Logic 10.7 ready, soon, but please no new Logic version.
That is a very significant, important piece of information, many thanks! It also would mean, anyone wanting to access very old (pre Logic 5) logic arrangements needs to keep a computer (or at least a partition) running SL or older with Logic 5, 6 or 7 available.Logic Pro/Express 9.1.4 and MainStage 2.1.3 are Lion compatible. Older versions are NOT!
kind regardsBy default, the ~/Library folder is hidden in Lion. This is a big problem to many of the readers of this site, as many hints involve this folder (especially any involving hidden preferences).
You can easily un-hide this folder for easy access. Simply run the following command in Terminal:
chflags nohidden ~/Library
If, for some reason, you want to re-hide it, you can run the same command using 'hidden' instead of 'nohidden'.
You can actually use this command to hide or unhide any folder. Just put it's path in place of ~/Library.
Well, I've got an (ancient ) MacPro 2009 Dual Core and everything works really well here at OSX.6.8.For the first time since about OS8, I can't see any reason at all to upgrade. Nothing in Lion seems to have any impact on improving audio. To me it appears that they are moving back to the bad old days of 'system bloat'...
correct me if I'm way off the mark.