Emagic GmbH, a wholly owned subsidiary of
Apple Computer, on Sunday announced the company’s first version of Logic for Mac OS X. Emagic also released today Mac OS X drivers for its USB MIDI and audio interfaces.
Logic Platinum 5 OS X is single software package combining digital audio recording and editing, digital signal processing, software instruments, MIDI sequencing and music notation, according to Emagic.
“This marks the first time that an integrated suite of software and hardware products is available on a next generation operating system and is a milestone in the development of computer-assisted audio and music production,” Dr Gerhard Lengeling, Chief Developer at Emagic, said in a statement.
The update is available free
to current registered Logic Platinum 5 users.
Apple is offering Emagic’s Windows users of Logic Audio 5, Gold 5 or Platinum 5 the opportunity to cross-grade to the Macintosh version free. The promotion runs from August 1, 2002 until December 31, 2002.