Logic X - Reactions

First impressions from around the web      17/07/13

Big news yesterday was the sudden release of Apple's Logic update - Logic X. With four years since the last major update to of Logic 9, existing users have been understandably jumpy about what would happen. If you use a DAW every day, major changes to the GUI and workflow, especially when they have been kept under wraps so successfully can have a big impact on your everyday work.

I've been searching around the comments sections of various other sites - Synthtopia.com, CreateDigitalMusic.com,Cnet and others to grab comment and thoughts. It seems on the face of it to come down to this:

Like the new GUI, seems snappier, new instruments are okay, shame there was no update for ESX 24. Lack of 32-bit plugin support is a major drag.

What do you think?

 

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