Apple is showing the Intel version of its Logic Pro 7 audio application during this weekis NAMM music show in Anaheim, Calif., Jim Dalrymple reported for MacCentral on Thursday evening. He spoke to Apple representatives who told him that Logic Pro 7.2, a Universal Binary capable of running on PowerPC and Intel Macs, will ship next month.
Mr. Dalrymple noted that the software is running on a MacBook Pro, which Apple introduced during last weekis Macworld trade show in San Francisco. The company told him that the next version of Logic Pro will offer support for the new Apogee Ensemble interface, Digidesign Pro Tools HD 7 DAE and Serato Pitch in Time. In addition, Rewire and Control Surfaces support will be improved, and 32-channel support will be included for multi-channel Audio Units instruments.
GarageBand 3 compatibility will also be added, along with a Ducking plug-in, a speech enhancement plug-in and the same sound effects found in GarageBand.
Upgrades from Logic Pro 7.1 will cost US$49, Mr. Dalrymple reported.