In my opinion new Amps and Pedals in Logic 9 kick ass. I love the sound and how you can tweak them! I love the presets. There are much more presets than in GTR3 by Waves and Guitar Rig 4I want
1. Completely redesigned and improved amp designer with good high gain and lots of amps like engls, more marshalls, and more mesa boogies as well as better pedals.
2. More extensive sample library for ultrabeat
3. Sampled drum software instrument similar to SSD or SD2 (except better because apple has the means)
4. Vinyl scratch instrument or preset in esx24
5. New synthesizers, i wouldnt mind seeing a minimoog impersonator
6. no more "system overload" error
7. more consistant and actually useful updates that add new features as well as improving old ones.
8. More master track presets as well as more presets for plugins and instruments in general to minimize time wasted tweaking
Thats all I can think of for now. The only really good improvements in 9 was 64 bit mode and flex time. Amp designer and Pedalboard suck and I felt like they could have added a lot more. No disrespect to apple because Logic is easily the best DAW but 9 still left a lot to be desired. I want Logic 10 to have plugins and software instruments that make it so that one doesnt have to go out and spend more money on getting ones that suit their purposes
That's right, Apple is abandoning Pro-Users(!) First Final Cut Pro, then Logic ...All I want from Logic 10 is for there to be no truth to this whatsoever!
what the heck. The Logic interface is absolutely the best on the market and super transparent. You can use Garageband if you don't want to have a tons of windows open. (!?)I'd like a user interface that doesn't suck. I mean how many windows do I need in the one application and how many times do functions need to be duplicated in the UI?
Seriously, that's all I'd like from Logic Pro 10.
We disagree. To me the Logic UI is not elegant or refined in the way a Pro App should be. There is duplication all over the UI that could be refined. ie. There is a Menu Bar within the Application that duplicates the Menu Bar in some part, not to mention multiple View, Edit etc. menus that could be refined and streamlined.what the heck. The Logic interface is absolutely the best on the market and super transparent. You can use Garageband if you don't want to have a tons of windows open. (!?)
No, hell no.I'd like to see a garangeband pro. Interface is more streamlined and 'apple'. Logic needs a real rewrite.
I find myself using GarageBand in surprising situations and it works ok.
I know what you mean. And you mean the shortcut symbols on top of the Arrangement window. And these are dublicated sometimes. But you can remove them all and you just see your arrangement and channelstrips with menu browser. There are different menus dublicated too, but I really like this way so I can choose different ways to make my action. I just can't imagine how this could be a bad UI. it looks so clean to me. I want to see as much of my arrangement as I can, and I don't remember another sequencer with more space for my arrangement.We disagree. To me the Logic UI is not elegant or refined in the way a Pro App should be. There is duplication all over the UI that could be refined. ie. There is a Menu Bar within the Application that duplicates the Menu Bar in some part, not to mention multiple View, Edit etc. menus that could be refined and streamlined.
I'm not pushing for a dumbed down interface, just something that doesn't look or function like a bunch of developers got together and made an interface by committee.
I read things on other forums that it could be this summer this year after the rumoured final cut update around may-ish.. I also read about lots of issues with the devs and apple. Logic is the last app left that looks the least 'apple' like and needs converting over from the Emagic days.Is there is even speculation on as to when 10 might be released?