Logic Pro X is 64-bit through and through without an audio unit bridge. Some users are dependent on 32-bit plug-ins like Sylenth, so in this tutorial Rounik Sethi shows how to run them in Logic Pro X.
Drawing sounds? When it comes to creating evolving pads and sound beds you could be forgiven for thinking the only option is to program parameters or adjust controls. iZotope Iris begs to differ!
Smart Controls in Logic Pro X enables you to control multiple plug-ins from a single, uncluttered interface. Sweet! Here's 5 quick tips to get you started on your Smart Controls journey.
Curious to know more about Logic Pro X's new Retro Synth? Gary Hiebner puts this vintage synth capable of analog, sync, table and FM synthesis to the test. (Includes audio examples).
Master Logic Pro trainer and celebrated musician, Steve H, explains what makes this (r)evolutionary upgrade to Logic the best yet in this alternative review of Apple's flagship DAW.
First Apple created an incredible virtual drummer which sflogicninja looked at yesterday. Now he's back to examine the new virtual drum kits in Logic Pro X.
If you want to play impossible (or just tricky) patterns and chords on your keyboard, Logic Pro X's Chord Trigger is the MIDI FX plug-in of your dreams. G. W. Childs tests it out.
Most of us don't have a pro drummer inside our studios waiting to help us out... enter Logic Pro X's new artificial intelligence drummer. It follows the groove of your song, and actually sounds great!
Arpeggiating in Logic 9 used to be tricky. Logic Pro X changes that with easy to use yet incredibly powerful new MIDI FX plug-ins! Steve H show how to use the new Arpeggiator and download free patches
One of the marquee features in Logic Pro X is Flex Pitch. David Earl (aka. SFLogicNinja) dives in to showcase just how effective the pitch manipulation is and how it works.
The new Logic Pro X has finally arrived!! Martin Sitter, the original Logic courseware designer gives it a thorough review and delves into his top five features for new and old Logic users alike.
In conjunction with AskAudio Magazine, we're thrilled to be offering two lucky readers the chance to win a copy of Rob Papen's eXplorer II bundle! Simply comment to have a chance to win!
A frequently overlooked workflow enhancer in Logic Pro 9 is the Alias. These MIDI regions contain no actual data, they refer to another MIDI region or Folder and say “Look over there!"
If you want to super-charge your NI Reaktor experience, you owe it to yourself to check out Twisted Tools. Their new MSMAX, a powerful Mid/Side Matrix, is examined by G. W. Childs.
Are you a musician/composer in Europe? Then you should check out Game Music Connect at London's Southbank Center on 9th September 2013.