Apple has updated several of its music apps on Mac, namely Logic Pro, GarageBand, and MainStage. It’s available now for download from the Mac App Store.
Here’s what’s new in Logic Pro 10.7.5:
- Track Stacks offer an additional level of hierarchy, and therefore increased flexibility and organization in projects
- New Gain tool allows for quick and easy region dB level adjustments
- MIDI modules can now be recorded, allowing precise editing of resulting notes and controller data
- With a new Free Record transport button, you can easily record without a metronome, allowing any new material to follow the organic tempo of your performance
- Smart Tempo analysis of audio files and recordings has been greatly improved using a new ML-based system
- All 35 stompboxes in Pedalboard are available as individual modules
- Logic can use custom spatial audio profiles created with iOS 16
- Support for 32-bit floating-point audio files for playback without conversion
- Support for Ableton’s Link technology so playback in Logic is synchronized with supported software and hardware
For its part, MainStage 3.6.2 indicates that the 35 stompboxes in Pedalboard are available as individual modules. There are also stability improvements and fixes.
Meanwhile, GarageBand 10.47 adds over 480 Apple Loops and 18 Drums for hip-hop and electronic music production with new “Beat Tape” and “Modular Rhythms” sound packs.