Preview the new features in Logic Pro 10.1–10.3, including the Touch Bar, yrack alternatives, selection-based processing, the Alchemy and Gobbler integration, and flex pitching.
- [Scott] Welcome to Logic Pro X New Features. I'm Scott Hirsch and I will be your author and guide as we explore all the new features available in the most current Logic update, Logic Pro 10.4. As we've seen in the last few point releases, Logic 10.1, .2 and .3 Apple is very serious about not only improving usability and fixing any bugs or strange behavior in the software, but also providing extremely powerful additions with each incremental release.
Did I mention the 10.4 upgrade is a free update? We saw some great feature enhancements, new instruments like Alchemy, and improved workflows in the last few point releases, things like track alternatives, true stereo panning, support for the laptop touch bar, graphics improvements and 64-bit operation. With the 10.4 upgrade we've been gifted a whole bunch of new creative tools for recording, mixing and composing. The new smart tempo and Tempo Editor are huge workflow enhancers.
We'll explore a brand new awesome-sounding reverb called ChromaVerb. There's some cool new drummer fields we'll take a look at as well. Studio instruments for horns and strings have been updated. Finally, we'll look at some great new mix tools, the Vintage EQ set and Phat and Step effects. Because Apple has been so generous with these point releases we structured this course to be updated incrementally with each new significant upgrade. This first chapter will cover the newest and most significant features of the 10.4 upgrade and the second chapter will include the new features and content that I covered for the 10.3 update and so on across all past updates.
In the future, the course will continue to be updated in this fashion as new releases are posted. For now, stay tuned for a detailed look at some of the significant new features and updates to Logic Pro 10.4.
Join Scott Hirsch as explores features from the most recent versions. He guides you through using the Touch Bar, Track Alternatives, selection-based processing, the Alchemy and Gobbler integration, flex pitching, and more. Learn how to work offline with the Share to GarageBand option. See how to use the Drum Machine Designer to apply new arrangement marker techniques. Discover how to back up and share your Logic projects with the outside world using the new integration with Gobbler and Apple Connect. Take a look at new overlapping recording modes for both cycle and non-cycle modes. Tour an improved Retro Synth and the brand-new Mellotron software instrument along with powerful MIDI editing and sequencer features in the revamped Piano Roll Editor. Preview the enhanced mixer which now comes with VCA faders and easy viewing of your Track Stack components. Many more enhancements are also explored as Scott covers the capabilities found in these upgrades.
Skill Level Intermediate
Q: This course was updated on 09/08/2015. What changed?
A: We added a brand new chapter called "What's New in 10.2?" that covers Alchemy and Gobbler integration, sharing on SoundCloud and Apple Connect, new drum loops and genres in Drum Designer, editing improvements, and the new arrangement markers in Logic Pro X 10.2.
Q: This course was updated on 03/01/2016. What changed?
A: We added six movies to cover the new features in Logic Pro X 10.2.1, including flex pitching and Drum Machine Designer enhancements. See Chapter 3 for the complete list.
This course was updated on 02/23/2017. What changed?
The features in 10.3 are now included as topics of this course.
Q: This course was updated on 03/23/2018. What changed?
A: New videos were added that cover what’s new in Logic Pro X 10.4.