Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) has launched the latest version of Logic Pro X, its professional audio mixing program for Mac computers. According to Apple’s website, the new version includes Drummer, which enables the user to easily add drum tracks to their recordings. It also features Flex Pitch and Logic Remote, which makes it easy to control the app from an iPad.
Apple’s new Drummer addition
Audio editors who use the Drummer feature will find that it acts as a sort of virtual drummer which accompanies recordings in a variety of styles like R&B, alternative or rock. According to Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL), the tracks added by Drummer are very realistic and come directly from the performances of the best drummers and recording engineers in the industry.
The app even has a feature called Drum Kit Designer which enables users to make their own custom drum kits.
Apple makes other additions to Logic Pro X
The new Logic Pro X version has also been upgraded to have a greater selection of keyboards and synthesizers. It features Arpegglator as well, which turns a few simple chords into more complex recordings. The app’s Bass Amp Designer feature lets the user try out different types of amps.
Logic Pro X also now has a wide selection of musical loops available in its Sound Library plus an upgraded interface which lets users decide how many controls they want to see while they’re using the program. And by adding the Logic Remote option for iPad, users are able to wirelessly control Logic Pro X from their tablets.
Apple releases MainStage 3
Along with Logic Pro X, Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) also launched MainStage 3, the latest version of the live performance app which acts as a companion to Logic Pro X. The new MainStage app has a newly redesigned interface and can handle plugins, patches and other features of the new Logic Pro X.
Logic Pro X is available in the App Store for about $200.