Logic Pro X 10.2.3 Update

Logic Pro X 10.2.3 Update

What's New in Version 10.2.3

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Logic Pro 10.2.3 Release Notes

What's New in Logic Pro X Version 10.2.3

This update contains numerous fixes and enhancements including:

  • Crossfades between comp sections in Take Folders can now be graphically edited
  • Improves sound quality for Flex Pitch editing
  • 7 additional plug-ins have been redesigned to add Retina support and improve usability
  • New Loudness Meter plug-in provides support for LUFS metering
  • Nudge controls can now be used to edit the position of selected automation points
  • Icons for Drum Machine Designer cells are now user assignable
  • All Alchemy presets now include names for Transform Pad snapshots
  • 3 new traditional Chinese instrument Patches for pipa, erhu and percussion
  • Over 300 new Chinese instrument Apple Loops
  • Ability to enable click zones for Take Folders to provide simultaneous access to editing and Quick Swipe Comping
  • Multiple additional enhancement and stability improvements

Other recent Logic Pro X Improvements:

  • New multi-threading feature improves performance when processing multiple live channels
  • Faster playback responsiveness when previewing Apple Loops and performing region edits
  • Flex Pitch editing can be performed within the Tracks area using a Piano Roll interface
  • A collection of 30 plug-ins have been redesigned to add Retina support and improve usability
  • Numerous improvements to Alchemy including Apple Loops support and 11 new spectral effects
  • Additional content can be downloaded directly from the Sound Library and Apple Loops browsers
  • Drum Machine Designer supports drag and drop of multiple audio files

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4 Responses to Logic Pro X 10.2.3 Update

  1. Tony Vincent June 10, 2016 at 7:13 AM #

    thanks so much G!

  2. carlo September 2, 2017 at 2:24 PM #

    how do i update from 10.3.0 to 10.3.2?

    • Graham English September 2, 2017 at 7:07 PM #

      Open the App Store and click "Updates." Be sure to check the Minimum System Requirements.

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