This update improves overall stability and addresses issues with the automation of software instrument parameters, FireWire and USB based audio devices and Magic GarageBand.
I've been watching closely for the new Logic Pro 8 training books to be released and I've got good news for you: They're here.
MainStage 1.0.2 addresses specific customer issues and general performance issues and improves overall stability.
This Logic Pro 8.0.1 update addresses specific customer issues and compatibility issues of Logic Pro 8.0 and WaveBurner 1.5.
Soundtrack Pro 2.0.2 addresses specific customer issues and general performance issues and improves overall stability.
There has been no official word that Logic Studio will run on Leopard unless you count the Logic Pro specs which requires Mac OS X v10.4.9 or later. However, we have heard positive results from Logic Pro running on early developer versions of Leopard.
If you're stuck trying to get Logic Pro to recognize your Blue Snowball USB microphone, there's a simple solution.
Create Digital Music posted a clever tutorial on connecting Logic to your Nintendo NES game system. Useful? Or just geeky fun? Let us know what you think.
MacLife has a post showing you how to set up a mac-based recording studio for less than a grand! They even have a $500 studio recommendation!
This update fixes minor problems with Magic GarageBand, some graphic display issues, compatibility with 3rd party software, and general compatibility issues. You'll need to download the iLife Support 8.1 update first.