Logic Pro X 10.2.1 includes far more changes than its humble number increase implies, and Eli Krantzberg returns to take you through all of its enhancements and changes as well as creative ways to use them! Eli begins with a video showing how to access one of the major enhancements of this update, the new multithreading functionality for live tracks. This allows you to distribute the CPU load of Logic tracks more efficiently than ever before, After that, Eli demonstrates the new bounce and export features, and the new tool enhancements, followed by how to access the full Flex Pitch feature set right in the tracks area.
Eli then reveals how to use the new Metronome and Click settings along with the new beat mapping algorithm, and how to use the Automatic Lane Set in the Step Editor, which will generate unique note and controller lanes on the fly as they are used in a region making MIDI editing faster than ever.
After that, Eli moves onto the tweaks to the Piano Roll editor and Catch behavior, then demonstrates the new Drum Machine Designer behavior. Next, he delves into enhancements to the Plug-In Manager and the various little tweaks to make using the Score Editor a more pleasant experience, thanks to new display settings and entry methods.
The next three videos all focus on plug-in updates. The new GUI and controls for many of the delay and distortion plug-ins are covered, and in the following video, the new GUI and controls for the metering, dynamics, and filter plug-ins. Finally, the changes to Alchemy get their own video. The series ends with a grab bag of minor changes to the GUI in general.
If you want to know what’s new in Logic Pro X 10.2.1 or you’re an experienced user looking for more tips about the update, watch “Logic Pro X 10.2.1 Update Explained” today!