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A 64-bit Windows release will be coming shortly. McDSP customers not using v5 can upgrade their McDSP plug-ins at www.mcdsp.com.
According to a statement from Apple, though, the Logic isn’t dead, despite the rumors.
Wiksnet has released DAW Control – a new wireless DAW (Digital Audio Workstation) controller app for the iPad.
DAW Control is optimized for Apple Logic and Ableton Live, but it supports Logic Control and Mackie Control protocols.
The first USB MIDI interface from Apogee, the Quartet features a signature single controller knob, four inputs, eight outputs, MIDI, and top panel display and control.
Quartet connects to any Mac via USB 2.0 high-speed for extremely low-latency and stellar performance. Quartet connects at high-speeds no matter the machine or sample rate; 44.1-192kHz.
Quartet?s four combination inputs offer microphone, instrument and line input with a gain range of up to 75 dB, leaving headroom for microphones and sound sources. For additional channels, Quartet?s eight digital inputs create the option of connecting an external interface, like the Apogee Ensemble.
The Quartet?s six balanced outputs deliver options for the video producer to mix in surround, for the live performer to send multiple mixes to monitors and front-of-house and for the mixer to send a mix to outboard compressors and EQs. Using Apogee?s Maestro software, the outputs will also split into three stereo pairs for connecting three speaker sets for auditioning mixes across various types of studio monitors.
The Quartet’s USB MIDI connection consolidates all gear connections away from the Mac, making Quartet the control center for any studio.
Quartet works with any Core Audio-compatible application including Logic, Pro Tools 9 and 10, Final Cut, and Ableton Live.
This Logic tutorial, via Chris at Oh Drat, takes a look at how to how to slice and chop samples in Apple’s Logic Pro, Studio, or Express software and EXS24 sampler.