Apple Releases Minor Update for Logic Pro X 10.3.3

Apple have updated Logic Pro X, the top-selling DAW on the Mac App Store, to 10.3.3. There's no new instruments, plugins, loops... but Logic is now optimised to support up to 36-core Macs!  

On the day Apple's sexy new beast of a computer, the iMac Pro, is available to buy the Cupertino company have also released a new update for Logic Pro X. Apple's flagship DAW is now at version 10.3.3.

It's really a minor update mainly to ensure Logic works well on the new powerful iMac Pro. Here's what's new:

  • Optimises performance for iMac Pro including support for up to 36 cores.
  • Addresses an issue that can cause user-created content to become unavailable in MacOS High Sierra.
  • Additional stability and performance improvements.

See. We told you there's not a whole lot new with this release. We'd love to know what the additional performance and stability improvements are...

However, if you're interested in how well Logic Pro X 10.3.3 performs on the new, super-powerful 12- and 18-core iMac Pro... check out these benchmarks for offline bouncing and for track count with Sculpture. It's impressive!

Logic Pro X 10.3.3 performance on Apple iMac Pro.

Logic Pro X 10.3.3 performance benchmarks on iMac Pro (from Apple).

If you already own Logic Pro X the update is free via the Mac App Store.

If you own Logic Pro X or are thinking about jumping into this powerful, deep and inspiring digital audio workstation, consider taking some time to learn how to use it, and how to be creative with it. Our video courses on Logic will get you up to speed in no time: https://ask.audio/academy?nleloc=application/logic

 

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HansG
Hi Rounik,
Do you know if it is possible to change pith in an audio region, using keyboard shortcuts?

Best,
Hans

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