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Apple Logic Studio Pro 9 Academic Version...
Logic Pro 9. Be a Musician. Sound Like an Engineer...

You already know how to write great music. Logic Pro 9 streamlines the technical side of things, so you can record, edit, and mix it, too. Whether you work in a state-of-the-art studio or in your garage, now you can easily put the power of the most advanced tools to work for your projects. Tap into a huge collection of instruments, sounds, and loops for inspiration. Get set up and recording quickly. Perform complex edits in a fraction of the time. And mix down projects of any scale with full automation and surround capabilities. It's a pro studio that's not just for pros.

Made For Musicians...

Put The Flow Back Into Your Workflow...

With Logic Pro, all your editing tools and content browsers are integrated into a single, beautifully designed window. And that means everything can happen faster. Your shortcut menus, toolbars, and transport bars are right there for you, not spread across a maze of windows. And you can customize your workspace using 99 storable screen configurations and more than 1000 definable key commands to make it even better.

Get Rolling, Fast...

Templates get you set up instantly to write, record, mix, or master--and you can customize them as much as you want. For classic sounds, the Explore templates let you choose from a range of instruments already paired with effects and processing. Just grab one and start playing. The Compose templates put everything in place for writing and tracking in a specific genre, from rock to hip-hop to orchestral music. You get an entire studio of typical instruments and processing, wired and configured so you can jump right in. Want to track, edit, mix, or master a large-scale project? The Production templates give you a big head start.

Share Ideas Between Projects...

Selective Track Import lets you easily transfer setups and track content between projects. Since you can select components on a track-by-track basis, it's simple to grab the guitar track from a different session or import that perfect drum mix you created for another project.

Your New Writing Studio...

Zero In On The Sound You Need...

Built-in library browsers make it easy to navigate thousands of effect settings, instrument settings, Apple Loops, and even sounds you've created yourself--all without leaving the track you're working on.

The Apple Loop browser serves up thousands of royalty-free loops by category, such as instrument, genre, and mood, so you can easily find what you're looking for. Choose one and it automatically conforms to the tempo and key of your project. Special software instrument loops even let you edit the instrument, processing, or original MIDI performance.

Go Wild, Then Go Back...

Nondestructive, region-based editing allows you to tinker with individual sections of a track and hear the results as you go. You can experiment all you want, knowing your original performances are always kept intact.

Instant Sampler Instruments...

In one simple step, you can transform any audio region into a sampler instrument, along with a MIDI track that will trigger the samples so they sound just like the original track. From there, it's easy to modify and resequence the part.

Edit MIDI Your Way...

As a full-featured MIDI sequencer, Logic Pro lets you choose how you want to view and edit MIDI data. Use the Piano Roll Editor to graphically edit note velocity and length, while monitoring the results in real time. Or if you're used to working with traditional notation, go to the Score Editor where new duration bars make it easy to graphically edit the length of notes.

Music Notation The Way It Should Be...

Logic Pro features a complete set of music notation tools, including comprehensive layout and print options, instrument transposition, drum notation, and adaptive lyric input. You can generate guitar tablature with an expanded set of ornaments for notating hammer-ons, bends, fingering, and more. Snap guides make it easy to add the new chord grids, whether you choose from the library of more than 4000 or create your own.

You can transform MIDI performances into music notation in real time. If you prefer not to perform your compositions, you can use MIDI Step Input to enter notes one at a time using your computer keyboard, or define pitch and velocity with a MIDI keyboard as you go.

Scoring And Sound Design For Video...

Advanced music-for-picture features make scoring and sound design easier than ever. Flexible video display options let you view synchronized QuickTime movies within the interface or on a separate monitor using output options like Digital Cinema Desktop. You can locate scene changes visually via a thumbnail track or automatically mark transitions using the scene detect option.

The Ultimate Way To Record...

Logic Pro makes it easy to document everything that happens during a session. Track Notes are perfect for details like the mic you used or that external compressor setting you don't want to forget. With Project Notes, you can keep track of bigger events, like who did what and when. Markers let you flag and recall important places in time, such as the start of a verse or solo section. And since notes and markers can hold up to 20,000 characters, you'll never have to resort to abbreviations you can't decipher later.

Multiple Takes, Zero Confusion...

Take folders make it easier than ever to organize and manage all your takes and overdubs. You don't even have to create or rename a folder. Just record over your existing material, and Logic Pro automatically creates a new take folder. Since take folders are region based, you can keep takes for the verse in one folder and takes for the chorus in another--all on the same track. If you prefer to organize your takes like playlists, simply use a single take folder for the entire track.

New features in Logic Pro 9 let you freely edit and move take regions, punch in and out of a take without creating a new take lane, and color code your best takes on the fly.

Get Around Latency...

Logic Pro has a unique Low Latency Mode that delivers low latency monitoring. Go ahead and record into a project that's been heavily mixed using limiters or other plug-ins that can trigger compensation delays (even in DSP-based systems).

Custom Mixes For All...

Flexible routing options and loads of auxiliary channels let you set up different monitor mixes for everyone you're recording. Give yourself a head start by using the multitrack Production templates in Logic Pro, which are preconfigured for separate monitor mixes.

You're About To Love Editing...

Introducing Flex Time...

Flex Time is a collection of tools that allows you to quickly manipulate the timing and tempo of your recording for the tightest performance possible. Use the new Flex Tool to easily move the individual beats on a waveform--forget all that tedious splicing and editing. Flex Time combines beat slicing and elastic audio techniques into a single workflow. And you no longer have to master different techniques to correct drum, vocal, guitar, or any other kind of tracks. Best of all, your edits are always rendered in real time, even when you're using the highest-quality setting.

Audio Quantize lets you fix the timing of an entire performance in one step, aligning notes and beats to a musical grid. Want to match your bass line to the feel of your drums? You can transfer the rhythmic feel of one track to another by creating a Groove template from the source track and applying it as a grid.

Tempo is now totally fluid. Selective Track Import lets you combine your best recorded performances from different sessions--even if they were tracked at different tempos or without a click. Since the new Tempo Import/Export feature stores tempo information within each performance, any audio you import will automatically conform. Use the drums from one session and the rhythm guitar from another without worrying about tempo differences.

Varispeed makes it easy to slow down or speed up an entire multitrack project, so you can experiment with different tempos while editing. You can also use Varispeed to slow things down while you punch in a difficult solo, then bring everything back to the original tempo. And the new Speed Fades feature lets you easily add creative, tape-style speedup or slowdown effects at the beginning or end of any audio region.

Quick Comps...

Use Quick Swipe Comping to build the perfect track in no time. Just swipe over the best sections of each take to create a seamless comp, complete with transition-smoothing crossfades. Now you can even access traditional edit functions--including cut, copy, paste, fades, crossfades, and more--all without leaving Quick Swipe Comping. Multiple comps and Autosave let you experiment without worrying about losing your work. And you can use Edit Groups to synchronize your selections across related tracks, like a multimic recording of a vocal group.

Skip The Click...

With Beat Mapping, you can record freestyle, without a click track, then conform your performance to a bar and beat grid later on. When you're ready, all you have to do is create a tempo track based on a selected guide track, or simply drag bar and beat guides to downbeats in an audio file or MIDI region.

Render When You Want...

Bounce-in-Place lets you quickly render effects for a single region or an entire track. You might use it when you're ready to apply a plug-in destructively to an audio file, when you want to bounce an effect before doing more to a track, or when you want to transfer files between applications.

One Edit, Multiple Tracks...

Track Groups ensures that when you edit one track, it affects all the related tracks. This works with move, cut, copy, and paste. You can even lock in phase so you'll maintain all the relative distances across your tracks. That's especially important when you're using multiple microphones to record one source, like two mics on an acoustic guitar or multiple mics for the different drums in a kit. And with Logic Pro 9, you can hide entire groups to remove clutter.

The Power Of The Mouse...

Logic Pro gives you 14 different mouse tools to work with--and plenty of shortcuts for getting to them. Set up one as your primary tool, and it will be wherever your cursor is. Set up another as your alternate tool, and all you have to do is press Command to access it. You can even assign a third as your right-click tool. So you've got fast, custom access to the tools you use most.

Turn on the new Click Zone feature, and you won't even have to call up your fade or marquee tools to use them. Just hover over one Click Zone and your cursor turns into your fade tool, so you can instantly create crossfades. Hover over the other zone and you get the marquee tool--it's the fastest way to select part of your track and move or delete it.

Perfecting Drum Tracks...

Use the new Drum Replacer to replace or double problematic drum tracks with triggered samples in just a few clicks. No headaches. No hassles. Just a simple, straightforward way to enhance drum tracks in Logic Pro.

Pro Mixing, In All Its Glory...

Welcome To The Big Board...

Create whatever configuration you want with up to 255 discrete audio, software instrument, and auxiliary channels, along with up to 32 mix groups and as many output channels as your audio hardware offers. Each track supports 15 plug-ins and 8 pre-fader, post-fader, and post-pan sends with full latency compensation to keep everything in perfect sync.

You can record busses and integrate outboard hardware into your mix. And you have the flexibility to mute and solo tracks or individual regions. In fact, you can do anything you'd do in a major studio, yet you don't need a single DSP card to do it. Your Mac Pro or MacBook Pro can easily handle the huge mixing capacity of Logic Pro all by itself.

You'll Love The Views.

Intuitive display options make it easy to find and focus on what's important. Without even opening the mixer, you can look at the dual channel strips beside your edit area to see all the functions and plug-ins for a selected track, along with any channels to which your track is sending signals. Enter the complete mixer view, and you'll see channels displayed by the number and order of tracks you've created, or by type, such as audio, software instrument, and external MIDI.

Instant Channel Strips...

Logic Pro automatically creates auxiliary channels for your project whenever you need them. Say you create a send to a bus or click on a software instrument channel with multiple outputs. Logic Pro will generate an auxiliary channel strip to receive the signal. Think of it as your engineering assistant.

Mix In Surround.

Logic Pro offers end-to-end surround capabilities, so you can record, edit, mix, and encode projects in surround up to 7.1. Graphic surround panning lets you precisely position audio in a Quad, LCRS, 5.1, 6.1, or 7.1 surround field. Surround support includes multichannel signal routing, and you can submix surround tracks or use sends to route audio to surround auxiliary tracks.

Group Your Tracks...

Track Groups makes it easy to work with related tracks, like a set of background vocal tracks or a multitrack drum recording. When you're adjusting the channel strip for one track and you want the changes to show up on other tracks, just assign them to the same group. The redesigned group window makes it easier to access all the group functions and adds the option to solo or hide a group.

Complete Automation...

You can easily record changes to any channel strip or plug-in parameter on the fly. So you can ride something, like the feedback on a tape delay, the same way you would a fader or pan. You don't have to configure anything or define parameters. Just enable automation, press play, and make your changes. You can also create and edit automation graphically.

Software And Plug-Ins...

Your GarageBand projects open in Logic Pro without a hitch. And you can transfer projects freely to Logic Express or Soundtrack Pro and back again. You can also move your projects to and from other audio and video applications, such as Final Cut Pro and Pro Tools, because Logic Pro supports XML, OMF, and AAF file interchange protocols and makes it simple to create stem files.


You can plug in any TDM or Audio Units software instrument or effect. And ReWire lets you run Logic Pro with specialized applications such as Reason and Live. Trigger and sequence your instruments from Logic Pro, route your signals directly into the Logic Pro mixer, and have everything running in perfect sync.

Create Any Kind Of File You Need...

Logic Pro supports all the popular file formats, including WAV, AIFF, MP3, SDII, and even CAF, which lets you record up to six hours at 96kHz. You can play, record, and process multichannel, interleaved audio files. You can also burn uncompressed surround stems directly to DVD-A or encode and preview industry-standard Dolby Digital AC-3 audio using Compressor 3.5, which comes with Logic Studio.

Back Up To MobileMe...

Logic Pro lets you back up your favorite channel strip settings, plug-in settings, and key commands to your MobileMe account, so you can access them from anywhere over the web.1 You can also share your preferences across any local or Internet-based network.

Interfaces And Control Surfaces...

Logic Pro fully supports Apple Core Audio and Pro Tools HD hardware. That gives you the freedom to work with almost any audio interface, and even combine the inputs and outputs of multiple devices. If you want hands-on control, you have your pick of third-party control surfaces, including everything from small, portable faders to the top-of-the-line consoles you find in the best recording studios. And customizing control assignments couldn't be easier with the Auto-learn feature built into Logic Pro

More Plug-Ins, Less Power...

Most applications switch on the juice for plug-ins as soon as they're inserted. But Logic Pro features an intelligent DSP engine that asks for power only when a signal runs through the plug-in. So go ahead, pile on the instruments and effects. It will take more than that to slow you down.

Quick, Temporary Rendering...

If your project requires more power than you've got, or if you simply want to play your project on a less powerful computer, Freeze Tracks allows you to temporarily render your tracks. This is also a great way to share projects with friends who don't have the same plug-ins.

Harness Multiple Computers...

Use distributed audio processing to combine the power of multiple computers on a network, and your plug-in processing power can be virtually unlimited. It even works for third-party plug-ins.

Plug-ins & Sounds...

Logic Studio is loaded with spot-on models and gorgeous samples of the best gear ever--from the classic to the rare and obscure. You also get the most advanced, easy-to-use tools for manipulating those sounds or creating your own.

Calling All Gear Hounds...

Amp Designer and Pedalboard are two new plug-ins that give you an astonishing collection of gear. Amp Designer lets you mix and match 25 amp heads, 5 EQs, 10 reverbs, 25 speaker cabinets, and 3 mics that you can position freely around the speaker cone. So you can faithfully re-create almost any legendary sound. And Pedalboard features 30 stompboxes, all meticulously crafted to reproduce the tones and responsiveness of the originals they're modeled after. The Pedalboard interface makes it easy to re-order and swap your pedals, and to creatively route your signal for thousands of combinations and virtually unlimited sounds. And because it all lives on your Mac, it's easy to bring your killer sounds with you to the stage.

Studio Effects...

The new Logic Studio adds a live loop recorder to the long list of plug-ins you can use to enhance any recording session, live show, or post-production project. New Warped Effects let you break the rules of reverb, transforming your sound with movement, texture, ghost rhythms, and much more. Delay Designer has an intuitive, multitap interface that lets you get as creative as you want with delay. And you can bring just the right touch to your project with professional EQ and dynamics plug-ins, pitch correction, modulation, filters, and distortion.

Studio Instruments...

The largest collection of software instruments in a single box just got better. Introducing Playback, a live-performance plug-in that turns your Mac into a flexible, reliable backing track player. You also get a complete range of drum sounds, synths, and vintage keyboards. A powerful sampler. And the world's most advanced component modeling instrument.

Studio Sound Library...

A huge collection of Apple Loops, sound effects, sampled instruments, impulse responses, presets, and Soundtrack Pro music beds give you more creative freedom than ever. There's also surround content, so you can build beautiful, immersive productions.

MainStage 2... 

Love the sound you got on your recording? MainStage 2 makes it easy to bring all the same instruments and effects to the stage. You can even expand your show with live loops or prerecorded backing tracks. With the Mac as the core of your live rig, setup is faster, teardown is faster, and everything in between is more reliable. You can completely customize your layout, from the number, type, size, and color of the controls to the parameters they manipulate. And you can instantly assign onscreen controls to the faders, knobs, and switches on your hardware for hands-on control.

Knobs, Faders, And Switches You Can't Miss...

The MainStage interface is designed especially for live performance. Streamlined 3D graphics give you a high-contrast, full-screen view of your controls, so they stand out from across the stage or through the glare of the floodlights. And you can set things up so each control is linked to a different parameter in each patch. With just the controls you need onscreen for the song, you'll never have to hunt for the right knob.

Command Central...

Now that MainStage features ReWire and MIDI-out support, your Mac brings together everything you use to create all your music, giving you total control. Each patch works as a self-contained audio mixer and router, so you can completely change direction mid-performance. One minute you can be playing some heavily distorted guitar with a full backing band. And the next you can be creating bass loops with an external synth, against an Ultrabeat drum pattern.

Get Creative With Loop Recording...

Loopback is another new plug-in that gives you advanced sound-on-sound recording capabilities. Now guitar players can easily lay down a rhythm part, then solo over it. Feeling adventurous? You can create a complete, spontaneous arrangement on stage. Lay down a beat, layer on a guitar riff, add a synth pad, then tear into a solo. When you're ready to move on, just hit the foot switch to fade everything out and start building the groove for your next section.

Sound Bigger Than Ever...

With Playback, a brand-new plug-in, your Mac becomes a flexible, reliable backing track player. It's easy to use, too. Whether you're rounding out your sound with a simple stereo backing track or a set of separate, mixable stems, all you have to do is step on a foot switch to jump to the next cue, adjust the tempo, arrange on the fly, or fade out smoothly.

You're In Control...

MainStage supports your addiction to knobs, dials, and faders. It can connect with just about any external MIDI device on the planet. And the interface is simplicity itself. Just map a physical control to an onscreen control, and it's connected forever (or until you change your mind). No more mapping knobs over and over for each patch. And down the road, if your hardware fails when you're about to go on stage, it's quick and easy to swap it out.

MainStage 2 also features new pickup modes that make fixed controller knobs behave more like the endless encoder knobs found on high-end gear. If your control surface can receive status information from software, MainStage will now send MIDI messages to keep your control displays in perfect sync.

Mac Vs. The Machines...

Creating sounds with your Mac is so much simpler than relying on all kinds of external gear. Instead of squinting at tiny hardware displays, you get a bright, full-screen view that makes everything easy to tweak. You can also combine any sounds you like--even software and hardware sounds--in one patch.

When it's time to put those sounds to work, MainStage gives you way more options. Multimapping allows one knob to control multiple plug-in parameters, so you can dramatically change your sound with the turn of a single knob. The EXS Editor now opens right in MainStage, which makes it easier to edit sampler instruments on the fly. And the Patch List Manager gives you the flexibility to rearrange or skip patches as your set list evolves.

Smarter, Faster, More Efficient...

MainStage leverages the power and efficiency of the Mac to deliver performance and sound quality that most hardware can't touch. For example, the EXS sampler can put huge amounts of data to work for a single instrument by using more than the typical 4GB of memory allotted to a single application and tapping into virtual memory. Aliased channel strips lighten the load on your system by reusing the plug-ins you've already loaded. MainStage can access the processing power of multiple cores to make sure every note is heard, even when you're pushing the limits of your system. And if you ever run into a problem, Autosave lets you get back up and performing in no time.

Your Music, Your Layout...

New Grouped Controls let you drag and drop entire sets of knobs, dials, faders, meters, and more into your layout. From there, you can easily customize the number, type, size, and color of all your controls. You can even decide what each control does for each patch. Alignment guides snap everything into place. And Lift and Stamp features let you quickly copy characteristics from one layout and apply them to another. You can store your preferences as templates and call them up whenever you need them. You can also put your patches in any order and change them on a whim.

Amazingly Simple Setup...

With MainStage 2, setting up your stage rig is faster than ever. Start by choosing from a complete range of performance templates, many of them preloaded with great-sounding patches. Or use the new Patch Browser to find just the right screen-controllable patch, ready to be tweaked to perfection.

And if you ever need to perform with a different Mac, you don't have to rebuild everything. Just save your live set as a project and MainStage puts all the necessary files into a single folder you can take with you anywhere.

Capture Your Performance...

MainStage 2 lets you record any audio signal passing through. Just route all of your audio to a designated stereo output and choose your file format--standard AIFF, Wave audio, or even Apple CAF for recording performances of almost any length.

Soundtrack Pro 3. Sound, Meet Picture...

Whether you're creating audio for a web video or a feature-length film, Soundtrack Pro 3 provides the perfect bridge to Final Cut Pro. The application is loaded with powerful tools that let you make precision edits, polish dialogue quickly, restore audio, create stunning sound effects, and mix in surround. And you can do it all in a single, streamlined interface that's designed to help you fly through audio post production.

Advanced Audio Editing...

Customize Your Interface...

Soundtrack Pro brings the Multitrack Timeline and File Editor together in one window, so all the tools you need are right at hand. Start with a simple Timeline, then gradually reveal additional interface controls for more sophisticated tasks. You can also easily customize your toolbars and screen layouts, even when you're working with dual displays.

The Right Tools For The Right Edit...

Use the integrated multichannel File Editor to perform quick, nondestructive edits and processing on any clip in the Timeline. Or open the standalone File Editor for advanced controls. The Actions list keeps track of it all and lets you modify, reorder, suspend, or delete any edit or process at any time.

The Frequency Spectrum view shows you audio frequency over time, with amplitude revealed through color intensity. Select a section with extreme precision and adjust the amplitude or cut, copy, and paste it without affecting other sections.

Quick And Simple Navigation...

It couldn't be easier to navigate Soundtrack Pro 3. New commands speed the process of trimming, extending clips, and adding custom fades. There are options for playhead scrolling and shortcuts for auditioning changes. The Waveform Zoom feature lets you look at low-amplitude audio clips right in the Timeline. Support for Multi-Touch trackpad gestures allows you to zoom, toggle windows, and control playback without reaching for your mouse. You can even time-stretch audio without affecting pitch, using three Apple time-stretch algorithms as well as popular third-party plug-ins.

Fix Audio, Fast...

Soundtrack Pro analyzes audio files for common problems like clicks, pops, hum, and phase issues, and lets you fix them individually or all at once. The improved broadband noise reduction feature uses a high-resolution noise print so you can get rid of unwanted noise, like wind and traffic, with greater precision. You can also replace unwanted sounds with ambient noise duplicated from another section of your file or from a different file. Soundtrack Pro automatically matches the length and adds crossfades to make it all sound natural.

Truly Easy Audio Conform...

Soundtrack Pro lets you automatically sync your audio track to changes in your video edit. First, the Conform feature identifies changes in Final Cut Pro projects, then lets you use confidence ratings and audition changes to decide which ones to accept, reject, or modify. Once you accept a change, Soundtrack Pro repositions your audio to sync with the picture change or removes any audio that's no longer needed.

Powerful Tools For Dialogue...

Easier Comps, Easier Edits...

The Multitake Editor lets you create a final comp in no time. Whether you record right into it or add clips manually, you'll see all your takes in a single window. From there, it's simple to compare and select the best words or phrases from each take. Then Soundtrack Pro automatically combines them into a seamless comp, complete with adjustable crossfades.

The Lift and Stamp tools let you quickly copy voice level, process effects, or the equalization print from one clip and apply them to another. It's easier than ever to make dialogue from different sources sound like it was recorded in the same place at the same time. You can even save the properties you lifted and use them as a preset for future edits.

Design The Perfect Sound...

Find It, Tweak It, Spot It...

Get just the sound you want with more than 50 stereo and surround effect plug-ins--including Space Designer, Delay Designer, and Match EQ. And get inspired by the Soundtrack Pro library, which includes more than 6000 royalty-free Foley sound effects and music beds, with over 1000 in surround. You can also extend your collection with Audio Units plug-ins and third-party music and effects libraries.

Once you have the sound you want, you can easily spot it to picture. Updates in Soundtrack Pro 3 let you spot to playhead location or timecode value by shifting clips across the Timeline. And an innovative three-up display shows you frames for a clip's start, sync, and end points, so you can scrub back and forth to identify exactly where to position your sound effect.

Professional Surround Mixes...

Everything You Need For Natural Surround Sound...

Save time by building your final mix right in Soundtrack Pro, with discrete 5.1 mixing, bussing, and routing. An innovative surround panner dynamically represents the location of sounds as you make adjustments. You can work with surround-capable compressors, EQs, reverb, and modulation plug-ins, and also adapt any mono or stereo effect for surround.

Need to deliver your project in both stereo and surround? No problem. Just create the surround mix, and Soundtrack Pro will generate the surround-to-stereo mixdown using Dolby guidelines.

Work Seamlessly With Other Apps...

Soundtrack Pro is completely integrated with Logic Pro. Bring an individual file into the File Editor to repair, restore, or fine-tune it. When you save the file in Soundtrack Pro, it will automatically update your Logic Pro project. You can also score a project in Logic Pro, then send the music to Soundtrack Pro to add it to the full mix.

It's easy to share files with Final Cut Studio, too. Send a clip to the File Editor or an entire sequence to the multitrack Timeline with a single click, then send your final mix back in stereo, surround, or multitrack stems.

With support for AAF and OMF files, you're free to move projects to and from other industry-standard applications.

You Have Your Pick Of Hardware...

Record or output audio using any I/O device that works with Mac OS X Core Audio. Connect an Apogee Ensemble or Duet, and you can use the control panel in Soundtrack Pro to remotely adjust the hardware.

You also have support for any surface that uses the Mackie Control or Logic Control protocols. And new support for the EuCon protocol lets you connect any Euphonix control surface, from the fully equipped Pro Series consoles to the portable Artist Series.

Production Utilities...

The utility applications in Logic Studio let you re-create the acoustic profile of any space you like. Turn audio files into Apple Loops. Author everything from a quick demo disc to DDP files, professional premasters, and Red Book-standard CDs. And encode pristine audio and video in a full range of industry-standard formats.

Impulse Response Utility...

Re-create the sonic responses of your favorite spaces with a multitrack audio recording, editing, and deconvolution utility. You can create your own mono, stereo, discrete surround, and B-Format surround impulse response files and use them in Space Designer, the state-of-the-art convolution reverb plug-in that comes with Logic Studio. And with Impulse Response Utility, you can do all your work in a single window that includes all the parameters and functions you need, including Waveform, Energy, and Spectogram display modes for detailed editing. 

Apple Loops Utility...

Apple Loops Utility lets you convert any audio file to an Apple Loop. You can add metadata to note the attributes of your files, which makes it easy to find them using the Apple Loops browser in Logic Pro and Soundtrack Pro. You can also add tags to describe the rhythmic elements of your files. Generated from analysis and transient detection, these tags allow for real-time stretching of audio data in any application that supports Apple Loops.

WaveBurner 1.6...

This CD mastering and authoring tool is simple enough for you to quickly turn out demo discs, and powerful enough for you to deliver professional premasters, Red Book-standard CDs, and Disc Description Protocol (DDP) files. The professional effects in Logic Studio make it simple to master the perfect disc.

WaveBurner features an intuitive layout with large waveform viewers. Advanced editing and navigation tools. Separate region, track, and plug-in panes. And now graphic parameter automation. WaveBurner 1.6 also has major interface enhancements like Mix Lane, which gives you a real-time graphic visualization of all your edits, including region and parameter changes.

Compressor 3.5...

Compressor simplifies content delivery, giving musicians, producers, and engineers a complete set of tools for encoding pristine audio and video in all the most popular formats. It's the engine behind the powerful audio and video export functions in Soundtrack Pro. And in Logic Pro, it allows you to encode and preview in the industry-standard Dolby Digital AC-3 surround format. Besides working with dozens of built-in encoders, you can use third-party encoders as plug-ins. Logic Studio also includes QuickTime Pro, which gives you even more export options.

Minimum System Requirements to Install All Applications...

  • Mac computer with an Intel processor
  • 1GB of RAM (2GB or more highly recommended)
  • Display with 1280-by-800 resolution or higher
  • Mac OS X v10.5.7 or later
  • QuickTime 7.6 or later
  • DVD drive for installation

Available Disk Space...

  • 9GB to install all applications and required content
  • Additional 38GB to install all optional content (large content packages can be installed on separate disk):
    - 10GB for Jam Pack collections
    - 16GB for sound effects
    - 6GB for surround music beds
    - 7GB for other optional content

Language Support...

            All applications in Logic Studio support English, French, German, Japanese, Spanish, and Simplified Chinese.

What's In The Box...

  • DVD containing Logic Pro 9, MainStage 2, Soundtrack Pro 3, 40 software instrument plug-ins, over 80 effect plug-ins, WaveBurner 1.6, Compressor 3.5, Impulse Response Utility, Apple Loops Utility, QuickTime 7 Pro, and required content
  • Six content DVDs containing Jam Pack collections, sound effects, surround music beds, EXS24 sampler instruments, and impulse response files
  • Demo content DVD containing Logic Artist Projects from The Killers, Lily Allen, and Santigold
  • Printed and electronic documentation

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