Emagic Unveils Mighty Logic For OS X

5.2 brings many futher enhancements too      02/09/02
Monday morning and Emagic pull another rabbit out of the hat. The eagerly awaited OS X compatible version of Logic 5 Platinum is now available for download alongside OS X drivers for Emagic's range of USB MIDI and audio interfaces. "This marks the first time that an integrated suite of software and hardware products is available on a next generation operating system," says Dr Gerhard Lengeling, Chief Developer at Emagic, "and is a milestone in the development of computer-assisted audio and music production." There's still a few issues to bear in mind before trashing your old 9.x installation though, the most important being good 'ol VST plugins - not all manufacturers having recompiled their code to run under the OS X 'Core Audio' standard. Registered Logic Platinum 5 users can download the free Mac OS X version at
  • www.emagic.de/english/support/download/lpx.html. Logic Platinum 5.2 - a major step forward
    Emagic also recently released a new increment of Logic 5 - bringing us up to 5.2. This release sees countless enhancements, particularly to the audio engine. Summary of Features
  • Enhanced Audio Engine
  • Aux Channels
  • Additional Audio Engine Features
  • Plug-In Enhancements
  • Track Mixer - Enhancements and Changes
  • Track Automation Enhancements
  • Score Editor Improvements
  • General Improvements and Changes
  • Software Instrument Changes, new Features
  • EXS24 Enhancements
  • Logic Control Changes For a detailed description:
  • http://www.emagic.de/english/support/download/lainfo5e.html

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