This article originally appeared in TidBITS on 2013-07-16 at 7:24 p.m.
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Logic Pro X 10.0

by Josh Centers

Apple has released Logic Pro X 10.0 [1], redesigning the professional audio app with a sleeker, darker interface. New features include Track Stacks for grouping related tracks, Smart Controls for adjusting multiple plug-in parameters at once, a virtual drummer (safe from spontaneous combustion!), and Flex Pitch for fine-tuning the pitch of notes. Released alongside the update is Logic Remote for the iPad [2], a free companion app to control Logic Pro X remotely. If you’re worried that Logic Pro X will be the disaster Final Cut Pro X was on initial release, we suggest reading veteran Apple writer and guitarist Jim Dalrymple’s thorough review [3]. As with all Mac App Store apps, there is no upgrade discount; if you want to move up from the previous version, you must still pay full price. ($199.99 from the Mac App Store [4], 650 MB)

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[1]: http://www.apple.com/logic-pro/whats-new/
[2]: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/logic-remote/id638394624?at=10l5PW
[3]: http://www.loopinsight.com/2013/07/16/review-logic-pro-x/
[4]: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/logic-pro-x/id634148309?at=10l5PW
[5]: http://tidbits.com/resources/2013-07/Logic-Pro-X.png