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Logic Pro X 10.4.7

Apple has released Logic Pro X 10.4.7, a maintenance release that focuses on accessibility issues. The professional audio app now enables you to use VoiceOver to insert a plug-in before an existing plug-in, improves VoiceOver to announce disclosure triangles in Inspectors and icon names when assigned to tracks, ensures that multiple plug-ins inserted consecutively using VoiceOver appear in the expected order, and enables you to drag non-contiguous tracks into a Track Stack using VoiceOver.

The update also allows stereo width and panning adjustments with a mouse scroll wheel, ensures that splitting a note on Flex Pitch no longer causes Flex Pitch detection to disappear, enables you to to bounce a track in place in a project that has not yet been saved, ensures settings in the Track Inspector no longer unexpectedly affect Articulation Output switches, and eliminates a couple of crashes. ($199.99 new in the Mac App Store, free update, 1.5 GB, release notes, macOS 10.13.6+)

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Comments About Logic Pro X 10.4.7

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  1. In the article about Logic Pro X 10.4.7 you said the following:
    “…enables you to use VoiceOver to insert a plug-in before an existing plug-in”
    The Apple explanation of this, unfortunately, didn’t make it any more clear to me. So could you please explain a bit more about this?

  2. We don’t have Logic Pro here, so perhaps there’s someone here who owns it and can check.

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