Apple updates Logic 9 Express, Pro

On Monday Apple released minor updates for its Logic Express and Logic Pro audio recording and editing software.

Both Logic Express 9.1.5 and Logic Pro 9.1.5 address the same issues. Apple says that all instrument and effect plug-ins that use LFO’s synced to the beat now behave correctly; that the Toggle Zoom key command now returns to previous zoom level as expected; and that it provides improved compatibility with Apogee’s Duet 2.

The updates are available from Apple’s website or using Software Update. Both require Mac OS X 10.5.8 or later.

Here’s the complete list of fixes:

Compatibility

  • Resolves an issue which could cause unexpected feedback in Logic after importing a song from GarageBand for iPad.
  • Selecting the Open Apogee Control Panel command will now launch Apogee’s Maestro 2 application if a Duet 2 is attached.

Performance and Stability

  • Resolves an issue in which Logic might quit unexpectedly when creating a new project.
  • Resolves an issue in which Logic might quit unexpectedly when moving audio regions in the Arrange window.

Plug-Ins

  • Resolves an issue introduced in Logic 9.1.4 in which LFO sync for some Logic plug-ins did not sound as expected.
  • Resolves an issue introduced in Logic 9.1.4 in which automating the Wet/Dry mix control in Delay Designer resulted in zipper noise.
  • The EVB3 plug-in now correctly responds to sustain off messages.
  • Direct text input of the pitch reference for the Tuner plug-in now works correctly.

General

  • Fixes an issue in which performing undo after recording a MIDI take sometimes caused the MIDI track to stop sounding.
  • The “Toggle Zoom to Fit Selection or All Contents” key command now correctly recalls the the previous zoom view rather than zooming in on the entire project.
  • Resolves an issue introduced in Logic 9.1.4 in which some regions might shift out of position after using the “Pack Take Folder” command.
  • Fixes an issue in which Japanese key command sets were not available if Logic was updated to version 9.1.4 before launching Logic for the first time.
  • Resolves a rare take folder issue in which performing undo after deleting a comp section could cause regions in subsequent tracks to shift to the next adjacent track.
  • Fixes an issue in which take folders would not sound on soloed tracks if the Track Mute/Solo mode was set to CPU-saving (Slow Response).

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