It’s been a busy week to the say the least.

We’ve been treated to three new Macs, a new MacOS & a new version of Cubase. Even the folks at Ableton joined the party with the announcement of Ableton Live 11.

Things only seem to be getting better for music producers, with software giant – apple announcing the roll out of a new version of its flagship music production software – Logic Pro.

What’s new?

Well, to begin with – we move on from calling it the X to Logic Pro 10.6 and get a new app icon. But of course, the update is more than just cosmetic. 10.6 offers support for the new Silicone Macs, support for Big Sur, support for Novation LaunchPad controllers, and direct access to Step Sequencer in Logic Remote. There’s also a super nifty feature that allows us to sample by note – easily one of the most exciting inclusions on this update!

Adding to the mix, we also get Logic Remote 1.5 and MainStage 3.5. Also, we get some basic touch-ups to GarageBand with version 10.4

While these updates are hardly the revolutionary new features we’re accustomed to getting, the Logic Pro faithful will be happy to know that the 10.6 comes packed with stability & reliability enhancements.

See for yourself here : https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT203718

Logic’s developers have kept with their legacy of supporting one version earlier than the current operating system. With the new Big Sur, now the major macOS; it’s no surprise that the minimum OS requirement is now Catalina (10.15).

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