Image-Line has announced the release of an alpha preview version of FL Studio 12, the music production software for Windows.
FL Studio customers you can now download the FL Studio 12 ALPHA-PREVIEW to give us feedback about the extensive workflow changes.
What’s this for?
We are looking for feedback about some of the major changes in workflow that have been made so far. Please try it out and let us know what you think of how it works. We’re not really looking for bug reports, at this time.
Changes in FL Studio 12 (alpha preview)
- Browser – The Browser has changed (now with category tabs and the ability to delete content on right-click).
- Channel Menu – The Channel Options Menu has moved from the Toolbar Menus to the Channel rack.
- Channel settings – Have been integrated into the Plugin Wrapper.
- Interface – Vectorial user interface. See Options > General Settings > GUI display.
- Per Channel Swing – The Channel Settings now has a ‘swing multiplier’ amount.
- Pattern Menu – The Pattern Menu has moved from the Channel rack to the Toolbar Menu and Pattern Selector.
- Piano roll – Piano roll Auto-zoom can now we deselected from Settings > General > Auto zoom in piano roll.
- Playlist – Multiple drag and drop for audio files onto Playlist (from a Windows file browser).
- Stepsequencer – Stepsequences are now interchangable with Piano rolls.
- VST Plugins – VST plugin installation has changed.
The alpha preview version (currently only 32-bit) is available to download to registered Image-Line users.
Propellerhead has released an update to its award-winning Reason software and Synchronous, a modulation Rack Extension plug-in for Reason.
Since its release in 2012, Propellerhead’s Rack Extension platform has emerged as a powerful audio plug-in format currently with over 600 companies developing and over 200 instrument and effects devices available via Propellerhead’s online store.
Rack Extensions blend seamlessly in the Reason rack offering great sound, smooth workflow, rock-solid stability, intuitive routing, automation, deep-editing and flexibility Reason users expect.
Highlighting new interactive graphic capabilities of the SDK2 technology, Synchronous is a Rack Extension plug-in for Reason that offers rhythmically synced effects that bring your music to life.
With a dynamic and intuitive graphic user interface and the ability to instantly recall over 100 patches, Synchronous is incredibly flexible.
With the built-in waveform tools, users can easily draw and dial in Distortion, Filter, Reverb, Delay and level for anything from side-chain pumping and tremolos to beat-repeating and tweaked out wobbles.
Reason 7.1 is a free downloadable update for all Reason 7 owners. Existing Reason upgrade pricing remain the same at $129 USD / 129 EUR. Synchronous is available for free for all Reason 7.1 customers up until June 30th, 2014.
Propellerhead has announced further advancements to its software developer kit, that make it easier to build and sell Rack Extensions for its award-winning Reason platform.
Designed for both C++ engineers and sample instrument designers, the updated SDK2 and new Instrument Development Toolkit (IDT) have all the tools necessary to develop stunning instruments and effects and bring them to market with minimum effort.
“Our goal is to create a turn-key solution for developers to build, sell and market their Rack Extensions and extend the pool of instrument makers to content developers,” remarks Timothy Self, VP Product Marketing.
Since its release in 2012, Propellerhead’s Rack Extension platform has emerged as a powerful audio plug-in format currently with over 600 companies developing and over 200 instrument and effects devices available via Propellerhead’s online store. Rack Extensions blend seamlessly in the Reason rack offering great sound, smooth workflow, rock-solid stability, intuitive routing, automation, deep-editing and flexibility Reason users expect.
Rack Extension SDK2 includes a programming interface to create custom interactive displays. The scriptable Instrument Development Toolkit allows developers build professional sample based instruments without writing C++ code and sell them directly in the Propellerhead Shop. In addition, instrument designers can quickly transfer existing Kontakt and NN-XT sound libraries into the Rack Extension instruments using the Toolkit.
Rack Extensions SDK2 is available today. The Instrument Development Toolkit is expected in May. Developers can sign-up now at Propellerhead’s website.
Phoenix Studio is coming to Android and iOS. Three monosynths, a drum machine, a mixer and some effects – what else do you really need? Oh yeah, a sequencer, so you can put it all together! And all this is what PhoenixStudio is!
Below is a text from Android Mobile on the topic:
This is a great new addition to the Android music making applications if you are interested in the more acid / synthesizer aspect of music making, but can of course be used for more than acid type of sounds. It comes with three Synthesizers and one Drum track with the possibility to sequence and comes with some effects plus the possibility to record changes on the fly.
It is the same amount tracks, sound modules and being 303′ish in the sounds it creates it could be compared to Mikrosonics RD4. The biggest difference is that RD4 is much easier to use as a Groovebox ( if not the easiest to use Groovebox ) and RD4 comes with more effects, more possibilites and full midi integration but…
Have not used PhoenixStudio much but my impression is it seems to have much clearer and better sound, making it interesting for people that would like something similar to RD4 but are more interested in the sound and less in the Groovebox aspect.
Bitwig has announced the release of Bitwig Studio, a multi-platform music-creation system for production, performance and DJing, with a focus on flexible editing tools and a super-fast workflow.
Record and arrange, improvise and perform, or do it all at once. Choose between several display profiles. Design your own sounds with dedicated container devices. Combine built-in instruments, effects, and VST plug-ins.
Bitwig Studio’s unified mapping system allows you to modulate any device or VST parameter using macro controls and modulator devices. Explore a new world of creative possibilities, including audio and note expressions, histogram-based value editing, layered editing, extensive bounce-in-place functions, automatic slicing, smart controller integration, and the Open Controller Scripting API.
Every feature in Bitwig Studio was developed by musicians, for musicians. Welcome to the next generation of music creation and performance software for Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux.
Bitwig Studio features
- Cross-platform DAW (Windows, OS X, Linux).
- Intuitive non-linear sequencing for the studio world and beyond.
- Full multi-core and multi-processor support.
- VST 2.4 support with built-in 32-/64-bit bridging and plug-in crash protection.
- Proprietary time-stretching technology.
- Unlimited Audio Tracks.
- Unlimited Effect Tracks.
- Multi-display support for up to 3 displays.
- Unlimited Note Tracks.
- Unified Modulation System: Use Macro Controls, Note Expressions, LFOs, and Envelope Followers to modulate any device parameter, including nested internal devices and even VST plug-ins.
- Note and Audio expressions, including per-note Micro-Pitch Control.
- Automatic sample slicing to both Sampler or Drum Machine.
- Record and edit both track and clip automation in absolute and relative modes.
- Support for numerous MIDI controllers out of the box.
- Multiple tools for specific tasks and editing workflows.
- Macro Controls per device, as well as dedicated Device Panel Mappings with color-coded knobs and buttons for an overview at a glance.
- Advanced layered editing.
- Open Controller API: Lets you create and customize functionality for virtually any MIDI controller, including scripting access to nearly every feature of Bitwig Studio.
- File import: WAV, MP3, AAC, WMA, FLAC, and Ogg Vorbis.
- A PDF Manual is included with the Bitwig Studio application in English and Japanese.
Bitwig Studio for Windows, Mac, and Linux costs MAP $399 USD / 299 EUR.
We got a sneak look at the new features of Tracktion 5 at NAMM 2014
Just a couple of the features: Step mode patterns – address multiple instruments with a step based pattern type.
Track Freeze mode position – freeze the track after the compressor but before the EQ or whatever you need – very cool for CPU load management.
Nested edit patterns – take an entire arrangment or section, re-arrange, trim and edit and throw it back on the timeline as a single object – really cool idea.
There are many more enhancements demoed in the video.
Traktion is available from the Traktion website.
A sneak peek at what C3 E3 can do for your Caustic 3 tracks….. this one is HOT.
2013 Winter NAMM Show, this year’s event is set to see the launch of Tracktion 5, the latest version of the cross-platform DAW.
Promising to “enhance creativity and remove barriers,” this update is said to combine “an intuitive workflow with a groundbreaking feature set at a remarkable price.”
Tracktion 5 will be available for download from the Tracktion website from 23 January. Prices will range from $29.99 for upgrades to $59.99 for new licenses. It’s compatible with Mac, PC and Linux.
This is a great new DAW for your iPad from Giel Bremmers, details below:
Fantastic for many reasons two of them being its only 11 MB and it also has a fantastic suite of top quality effects built right in. In this tutorial take you through the basics by recording some midi and audio and explain how to set this up. There is so much more to this app than in the demo but it will give you a good starting point. You can pick up the app at the iTunes store.
Our favorit tracker/DAW gets a major upgrade adding new features and many improvements.
* Supercharged instruments with per-sample modulation effects and more
* New real-time performance options
* Instrument phrases
* New DSP effects and pattern commands
* Reworked GUI
Apple today updated Logic Pro X.
Logic Pro X v10.0.5 adds 3 new drummers, 11 new Drum Kit Designer patches, enhanced EQ features, offers improved performance and more.
Here are the details:
New features and enhancements
- Includes 3 new Drummers and 11 new Drum Kit Designer patches.
- Significant enhancements to Channel EQ and Linear Phase EQ plug-ins, including:
- Redesigned, easier-to-use interface that?s also accessible within the Smart Controls area
- Double Precision processing provides more accurate filtering, especially for low frequencies
- Oversampling option improves high-frequency clarity
- Option to apply EQ only to stereo left, right, middle, or side signals
- There is now an option to set the Piano Roll to a light background color.
- Selected notes in the Piano Roll are now highlighted by a selection frame.
- When Logic is stopped or in Play mode, the glyph on the Metronome button in the control bar now illuminates to indicate that ?Click while recording? is enabled.
- The Shuffle commands are improved (see Logic Pro X Help for details).
- There is now a command to assign region names to track names.
- The waveform size in an audio region now adapts to the value of the region gain parameter.
- Loops that belong to the same family can now be selected and changed using a new control in the region header.
- Logic Pro X now assigns region and Mixer channel colors that are closer to the original colors when opening a project created in an earlier version of Logic.
- Option-clicking a disclosure triangle in the Project Audio window now toggles all disclosure triangles in the window.
- The Windows menu again lists all currently open windows.
- The Mixer can now be reliably resized when in All mode.
- Renaming multiple selected Mixer channels now reliably renames all channel strips in the selection.
- When creating a duplicate track, the correct track icon and color are now assigned to the duplicate.
- The song title is now automatically populated in the Share to iTunes dialog when sharing a song created in Logic 9 or GarageBand for iOS.
- It?s once again possible to browse or load patches onto the Output channel strip via the Library.
- The View menu items One Track and Selected Regions in the Piano Roll are now disabled when Link mode is disabled.
- Improves processor balancing for multi-output software instrument configurations.
- Improves handling of multiple displays on OS X Mavericks v10.9.
- Resolves an issue that in some cases might cause audio clicks and pops when scrolling.
- Moving an automation line while playing no longer spikes in CPU usages, or clicks and pops in the audio output.
- Resolves an issue that could cause clicks and pops in the audio output when adjusting the gain or output level settings during playback in the various plug-ins.
- Logic’s interface no longer freezes when using the Native Instruments Maschine controller to adjust two macro controls simultaneously.
- Fixes an issue in which a warning about not enough memory might be displayed when performing Undo after editing a protected track.
- Adjusting the frequency controls while playing audio through the Stereo Spread plug-in no longer causes audible zipper noise.
- Improves the performance of scrolling when dragging regions in the Tracks area beyond the currently visible section.
- Playing notes live into the Arpeggiator plug-in no longer sometimes leads to spikes in CPU usage.
- Fixes an issue that could cause a spike in CPU usage when recording near the end of a project.
- Logic 9 projects that contain a macro object in the Environment now behave more reliably when opened into Logic Pro X.
- Multiple instances of the Scripter plug-in no longer have the potential to cause stuck notes.
- The Scripter plug-in is no longer prone to causing stuck notes when using the Delay Note Until Next Beat preset.
- Switching between presets in the Space Designer plug-in no longer sometimes results in noise.
- Regions copied from a Track Stack can now be muted as expected even when they are within a Track Stack that is muted.
- Deleting an audio Track Stack while it was soloed no longer leaves all the remaining tracks muted.
- Entering a new crossfade value in the Region inspector for multiple selected regions now works as expected.
- Region-based automation data beyond the end of a region is now chased properly even when playback is started after the last automation node within the bounds of the region.
- Logic now maintains the correct relative levels when automation on multiple tracks belonging to the same Group are copied by dragging.
- Resolves an issue in which track automation might be deleted when switching patches.
- The default display setting when showing automation on Track Stacks is now Volume, instead of Display Off.
- A track is now created as expected when using a control surface to set the automation mode of a channel strip not previously assigned to a track.
- Moving a SMPTE locked region can no longer cause the automation on the track to move.
- The position of the automation line no longer jumps unexpectedly when it is selected after creating 4 automation points with a Marquee selection.
- Adjacent automation points of the same value are no longer sometimes inadvertently deleted when moving automation points on a grouped track.
- The Repeat Section Between Locators command now includes automation on tracks that contain no regions in the repeated section.
- When using Touch mode, Logic no longer writes unneeded automation points at the held value when holding a fader at the same position where there is an existing automation ramp.
- Writing automation to an Aux not assigned to a track can no longer potentially cause tracks in a Track Stack to be rerouted to that Aux.
- Copying multiple regions where only some affected tracks contain automation no longer activates Automation Read mode on the channel strips that have no automation.
- Chase now works as expected for MIDI controllers on channels other than channel 1.
- Takes are now shortened as expected when the take folder containing them is shortened by an edit operation and No Overlap mode is enabled.
- Fixes an issue in which the visible area might jump unexpectedly when comping in a take folder that was not on the selected track.
- Fixes an issue that caused some audio regions to be immovable when duplicate regions are packed into a take folder.
- Packing regions with names containing non-ASCII characters into a take folder no longer creates garbled take names.
- Numbers assigned to MIDI takes now increment reliably.
- Expanding a take folder no longer potentially causes the playhead to fall out of sync with the audio output.
- When using OS X v10.9, the playhead in the Audio Editor now consistently maintains the correct position when switching from Flex Time to Flex Pitch mode.
- It’s now possible to set a loop to a length of less than 1/16 note.
- The position of beat markers in the Global Beat Mapping track are now updated appropriately when using the various Cut/Insert Time commands.
- Inserting a beat marker in the Beat Mapping track no longer creates unexpected tempo events in some circumstances.
- Expanding a take folder no longer potentially causes the playhead to fall out of sync with the audio output.
- Resolves an issue in which some MIDI notes might unexpectedly change position when Beat Mapping.
- Adding a Beat Mapping marker no longer intermittently removes existing tempo events.
- Inserting a fade-in using Shift-Control and the Pointer tool now works consistently.
- Using the Fade tool to set fade-ins on multiple regions in a set of grouped tracks now works reliably.
- Dragging regions on multiple grouped tracks with the Drag Mode set to X-Fade no longer potentially results in crossfades of varying lengths.
- The Delete command now works as expected on selected regions that are inside a collapsed Group in the Project Audio window.
- It’s now possible to add a green Apple MIDI loop to the Tracks area as an audio loop by dragging it from the Loops browser while pressing the Option key.
- Logic Pro X no longer creates separate tracks for non-overlapping regions when unpacking folders in projects created by earlier versions of Logic.
- Using the menu that appears when pressing the Metronome button in the Control Bar, it?s now possible to set the metronome to sound only during count-in.
- Improves the reliability of Undo in several areas.
- The Mixer window no longer intermittently moves when scrolling past the minimum or maximum value of the fader using a scroll wheel or gesture.
- It?s now possible to select or open folder tracks in the Mixer.
- Right-clicking an Aux or Output channel strip in the Mixer and selecting Create Track now behaves as expected even if the channel strip is not initially selected.
- Command-click again works reliably to deselect a Mixer channel within a selected group of channels.
- The display of audio waveforms of regions in a track no longer change unexpectedly when enabling or disabling the Groove status on a track.
- Looped regions inside a folder now update the point they are supposed to stop playing after extending the length of the folder.
- Overwriting an existing project no longer potentially leaves assets from the original project in place.
- When creating a new project from a Logic 9 template, the default save path is no longer the location of the template.
- Improves the mapping of Smart Controls to channel strip settings created in Logic 9.
- The Follow Tempo parameter in the Region inspector is no longer incorrectly disabled for Apple Loops in songs last saved in GarageBand 6 or earlier.
- Clicking and holding down on the upper-right corner of a region no longer unexpectedly enables looping in the Region inspector, with a loop length of zero.
- The Region Inspector no longer displays a Loop checkbox for selected Track Stack folder regions.
- It’s once again possible to disable Quantize in the Region Inspector for a region on a track slaved to a Groove Master track.
- Saving a song created from a template no longer resets the tempo to 120 BPM.
- Text for alert messages now always displays correctly on control surfaces.
- Changing Region inspector parameters for MIDI regions on the main track of a Track Stack now behaves as expected.
- It’s again possible to change the Transpose value in the Region Inspector using the + and ? keys.
- Logic now consistently responds to Play or Stop key commands when a floating Region inspector window is open.
- It’s no longer possible to give the same name to more than one project alternative.
- MIDI played from the Musical Typing Keyboard and Logic Remote is now routed through the Physical Input object in the Environment, which allows Environment processing of MIDI as it is being played into Logic from these sources.
- Logic no longer adds 2 extra frames to the value when entering a SMPTE position in a project set to a non-drop frame rate.
- Regions copied by option-dragging in projects with a start position earlier than bar 1 now end at the desired position.
- Moving the first arrangement marker in a project no longer inadvertently moves other arrangement markers.
- Resolves a rare issue that could cause the timing of a track in a project with many tempo changes to be altered after turning Flex on and then off.
- Logic now asks the user to save the project when closing a project immediately after entering text into the Project Notes area.
- It?s now possible to consistently add, remove, or edit plug-ins on tracks that were frozen in Source Only mode.
- Pressing the Control key while dragging a region with the Snap Mode set to Bar now moves the region by beats instead of ticks, as expected.
- Editing the left border of an audio region now behaves as expected when the Snap setting is set to ?Snap Regions to Relative Value?.
- Resizing a region with the Snap setting set to ?Snap Regions to Absolute Value? now behaves as expected.
- Resolves an issue that caused an event in the Event List to move later than expected when editing its position.
- The ‘Capture as Recording’ command now works as expected when multiple MIDI tracks are record-enabled.
- It?s now possible to preview sections of an audio file outside the current region borders by clicking the area in the Project Audio window.
- The tap-to-click option for trackpads now works reliably with all drop down menus.
- The ‘Discard Recording and Return to Last Play Position’ key command now reliably discards the recording.
- It?s again possible to use the Tab key to navigate to the next control while working with plug-ins in Controls view.
- The MIDI Activity display now shows chords as they are played when using Musical Typing.
- All currently found audio files are now reliably saved with a project when using Save As or Save a Copy As with a project in which one or more audio files are missing.
- The name of a project is now correctly updated after saving a project created from a template.
- Fixes an issue in which clicking on the level LED in the track header did not select the track.
- Resolves an issue in which changes made to the setup for Mackie Control and other MCU-compatible control surfaces were not saved by Logic Pro X.
- Saving a project for the first time no longer resets the record path when it was previously set to an external path.
- Performing undo in the Piano Roll or after deleting a flex marker no longer has the potential to unfreeze currently frozen tracks in the project.
- Sample rate, tempo, and key information is now reliably stored within template files.
- Fixes an issue in which the Repeat Regions dialog did not have key focus when opened, making it necessary to click it with the mouse before pressing Return to confirm the operation.
- Individual MIDI Draw points in the Piano Roll are now easier to grab.
- Deleting a track no longer has the potential to inadvertently delete regions on other tracks.
- Cut/Insert Time edits no longer add unexpected tempo changes.
- Scrubbing the SMPTE display in the LCD no longer moves the playhead to the wrong position.
- Copying an arrangement marker to a position between two other arrangement markers now moves the end-of-song marker to accommodate the new section, as expected.
- Audio regions now appear as expected in the Audio Editor, even when cycle is enabled and there are no audio regions within the cycle area.
- Flex Pitch now correctly detects notes for take regions that have manually inserted flex markers.
- The timing of notes played during the count-in on EXS24 or Drummer tracks is now more reliable.
- Pasting an audio region into a take folder now correctly places the region on the selected take lane.
- When saving an EXS instrument, the default save location is now ~/Music/Audio Music Apps/Sampler Instruments.
- Editing the start point and anchor in the EXS audio editor now consistently alters playback as expected.
- Logic no longer overwrites an existing audio file of the same name when performing a bounce with the option to create a split stereo file enabled.
- Audio tracks assigned to output to a bus now consistently maintain that assignment when imported into a different song.
- User-defined controller assignments now work as expected to control MIDI plug-in parameters.
- The Record Repeat command now deletes the previous recording when used after recording in Cycle mode.
- Quantize now operates reliably on takes that are displayed in the Audio Editor.
- The Tuner window is no longer affected by the Content Link setting of other plug-in windows.
- Audio now plays for multiple cycle iterations when using marquee selection to define the cycle area.
- When the Edit command ?Analyze Audio for Flex Editing? is used, Logic now properly resets any existing pitch edits on the selected audio files.
- Command-clicking a selected note in Flex Pitch mode in the Audio Editor now deselects the note, as expected.
- Setting a track to Flex Edit mode with the Slicing algorithm no longer processes the track with Flex if no edits have been applied.
- It’s again possible to set Software Instruments to mono.
- Logic no longer creates an extra audio file when merging or format-converting audio files.
- Resolves an issue in which the Mixer did not show the 8th bus send on a channel strip.
- Changing the input format of a stereo output channel strip to mono now creates a second mono output channel strip on the Mixer for the other channel in the stereo pair.
- Setting an external recording path now reliably resets the Audio Assets setting. Conversely, enabling the Audio Assets setting now disables an externally set recording path.
- The compressor meter in the channel strip is now in sync with the meter in the plug-in window.
- Improves the translation of articulations when an Ultrabeat-based patch is assigned to a Drummer track.
- When a project starts on an upbeat, a Drummer region at the project start now automatically creates a fill at the beginning.
- Changes to Drummer regions are now reliably applied when the regions are set to follow a flexed audio track.
- The Link mode button is now available for the Piano Roll editor.
- The Limit Dragging to One Direction setting now works as expected in the Piano Roll.
- It?s now possible to grab notes shorter than 15 ticks for editing in the Piano Roll.
- Double-clicking a region with MIDI Draw enabled now consistently opens or closes a MIDI editor.
- Resolves an issue in which recently recorded MIDI notes might disappear from view in the Piano Roll when recording with cycle engaged.
- It’s again possible to alter the pitch of notes in the Piano Roll via MIDI input.
- Using Option-Shift to edit the end points of multiple selected notes to the same position in the Piano Roll Editor now works as expected.
- In the Piano Roll, it?s again possible to use Option-Shift in conjunction with the Velocity tool to set all selected notes to the same velocity.
- An Event Float window that is linked no longer switches unexpectedly to the Region level when using arrow keys to move from note to note in the Piano Roll.
- Pasting events in the Piano Roll when the playhead is to the right of the region border will not trigger the error ?Illegal Region number?.
- It’s now possible to copy a note in the Piano Roll to a different pitch at the same position when the note starts before the left edge of the region.
- It’s now possible to move notes in the Piano Roll by increments smaller than 13 ticks when the ?Limit Dragging to One Direction? setting is enabled.
- User-inserted rests no longer incorrectly appear as notes in the Piano Roll.
- Copying a muted note in the Piano Roll now creates a muted copy of the note, as expected.
- Fixes an issue in which some note events might not be selectable in the Step Editor.
- The contents of the Event List are now updated properly when deselecting a region from a multiple selection while Content Link mode is enabled.
- The Event List now displays the correct LSB values for 14-bit pitch bend events.
- Editing Release Velocity values in the Event List now behaves as expected.
- The Copy selected events option in the MIDI Transform window now behaves as expected.
- Fixes an issue that could cause the menu option for switching between Parts and Score view in the Score Sets window to disappear.
- Double-clicking a region with the All Instruments filter setting active now reliably reveals all regions on that track, rather than just the single region.
- The contents of the Event List editor are more consistently updated when changing the region selection from the Score window.
- Newly inserted key signatures no longer display ?xx Major? in some circumstances.
- The Chord Grid Editor now correctly names Add 9 chords.
- The clef menu no longer disappears for a Mapped Instrument staff style set to ‘No Clef’.
- It’s again possible to create a new Chord Grid library that uses an alternate tuning.
- It’s now possible to adjust the Velocity setting in the MIDI Meanings settings window by scrubbing the value with the mouse.
- The length adjustment in the MIDI Meanings settings window can now be adjusted via a pop-up menu.
- In the Staff Style window, the check marks indicating that a style is used in the current song now reliably update to reflect changes when Content Link mode is off.
- Grace notes now scale properly when the scale setting of a Score Set is less than 100.
- Resolves an issue that prevented reassigning instruments assigned to a Score Set after performing certain other edits.
- Fixes an issue that prevented naming a floating score Part box set.
- Solo now works as expected on channel strips using an external I/O plug-in
- Ultrabeat can now find samples that have been relocated from the default install location.
- Ultrabeat now correctly applies the Fine Pitch adjustment to all triggered samples when trigger mode is set to Multi.
- It’s now possible to halve/double the current rate of the Arpeggiator plug-in by clicking the Slow/Fast buttons.
- The ES1 synth plug-in can now be set to offer 32 and 64 voices per instance.
- The Scripter plug-in now allows System Realtime MIDI events to pass through.
- The Scripter plug-in now offers an option to keep current control values when recompiling a script, rather than resetting all values back to their defaults.
- The Scripter MIDI plug-in now includes a Set Parameter function.
- Switching between Vintage Electric Piano patches while holding notes no longer potentially results in momentary jumps in level.
- The Vintage Electric Piano no longer potentially creates audible pops when switching patches when the Drive is enabled and set to Type II.
- It’s now possible to continue working with the Scripter editor window when Logic Pro X is not in focus.
- The Surround Compressor plug-in now properly shows all the new circuit types available in Logic Pro X.
- It?s again possible to copy or paste settings in the Space Designer plug-in window.
- The order of controls in the Retrosynth Filter Envelope and Amp Envelope sections has been reorganized to improve usability.
- The plug-in window no longer appears empty for Waves plug-ins opened in projects created in Logic 9.
- Fixes an issue in which inserting a plug-in on multiple stereo Software Instrument channel strips would insert mono versions of the plug-in on some channel strips.
- EXS24 or Kontakt settings are no longer removed from a song if the Audio Device buffer size is changed before saving the song.
- Resolves an issue in which adjusting parameters on the Channel EQ while playing back might cause minor clicks and pops in the audio signal.
- Moving an Amp Designer instance to a different plug-in slot no longer sometimes changes its sound.
- ?Save as Default? for Audio Unit presets again works as expected.
- It?s now possible to exchange movie files in a project by dragging a new movie file into the Movie window or the Movie inspector.
- Logic Pro X can now work with the following professional video codecs, if OS X Mavericks v10.9 and the codecs are installed: Apple Intermediate Codec, Apple ProRes, AVC-Intra, DVCPRO HD, HDV, XDCAM HD / EX / HD422, MPEG IMX, Uncompressed 4:2:2, XAVC.
- There is now a Show/Hide Movie Window command in the View menu when the current project contains a movie.
- Resolves an issue in which some movies that were compatible with QuickTime X did not play in Logic Pro X.
- Exporting audio to a movie with a portrait orientation no longer causes the movie to rotate 90 degrees.
- Logic is now able to export surround AAC audio to a movie even if the original audio in the movie was originally kept.
- The visible frame of a movie now updates as note lengths in the Piano Roll are changed.
Import/export fixes and improvements
- XML projects imported from Final Cut Pro X now contain volume and pan automation when opened in Logic Pro X.
- Exporting a project as an Final Cut Pro/XML file with the ?Export as Final Cut Compound Clip? option enabled now behaves as expected.
- Includes several improvements to the way Logic handles audio sample-rate conversion when importing Final Cut Pro XML.
- Logic now shows a progress bar when importing large Final Cut Pro XML projects.
- 32-bit float audio files in Final Cut Pro XML projects are now converted to 24-bit files during import so they play properly when imported into Logic.
- The start time of imported Final Cut Pro XML projects is now consistently correct.
- It?s now possible to export Music XML when the Score window is in linear view mode.
- Logic no longer shows multiple alerts when importing a Final Cut Pro XML project containing videos in a format not supported by Logic.
- Songs created in GarageBand 6 no longer load in Logic Pro X with an extra channel in the Mixer.
- Fixes an issue in which audio in a song imported from GarageBand 6 might play back too fast in Logic Pro X.
- Logic now offers to include embedded tempo and marker information when using Track Import to bring an audio file into a project that contains no other audio regions.
- Simultaneously dragging multiple MIDI files into the Tracks area now behaves as expected when using No Overlap mode.
- The default destination path for exported MIDI files is now the project folder instead of ~/Music/Logic.
- When importing projects, there is now an Add All button in the Aux import dialog.
- The user settings in the Bounce window are now retained after sharing to iTunes.
- Split stereo SD2 files no longer incorrectly import as AIFF files when the WAV file option is enabled.
- The ?Share Song to iTunes? command now creates a playlist with the name entered if there is not already an iTunes playlist with that name.
- MIDI events that precede the start point of a region are no longer included when the region is exported as a MIDI file.
Stability and reliability
Includes several fixes related to stability and reliability, including to resolve issues that could cause Logic to quit unexpectedly in these circumstances:
- When changing the length of a time-stretched region
- When importing tracks from another project
- When recording with the color palette open
- When bypassing an instance of the Maschine plug-in
- When exporting Music XML after applying Enharmonic Shift to some notes
- When changing the range on an Environment fader whose style was set to Text
- When quitting a project that has a Surround Compressor inserted on a channel strip
- When removing a control surface from the Control Surface setup window when the Logic Remote is also present
- When changing the range value of a Smart Control during playback.
- When reapplying a Time and Pitch operation after undoing a previous one
- When dragging an audio region from a take folder to a new song