Release year : 01/11/2019
Version : 10.4.4
Developer : Apple
Developer’s site : Apple Inc.
Platform : Intel only
Interface language : English, Spanish, Chinese, German, French, Japanese.
Tablet : The program has been treated (does not require data entry / enter any data)
System Requirements : macOS Sierra / macOS High Sierra / macOS Mojave
4GB of RAM
OpenCL – Capable Graphics Card or Intel HD Graphics 3000 or later
256MB of VRAM
Requires 6GB of disk space for a minimum installation or up to 63GB of disk space for the full Sound Library installation
Description : Logic Pro X is the most advanced version of Logic. Powerful new tools for professionally creating music, processing and mixing sound are built into a modern interface for quick, high-quality results and convenient work, wherever you are. Logic Pro X includes a huge collection of musical instruments, effects and loops – everything you need to create great compositions.
What’s New 10.4.4 :
● Fixes an issue in which Logic Pro was not creating Auto Backups correctly.
● Includes stability improvements.
Unable to start the program due to corruption :
Sometimes a problem occurs on Sierra at the stage of the first launch and verification, writes
“Failure to open the program due to corruption. Move the program to the Trash . “
The following must be done:
Open “Programs / Utilities / Terminal”. Enter the following command:
sudo spctl –master-disable
Enter the password. Then go to “System Preferences / Protection and Security” and notice that the heading appears:
“Allow the use of programs downloaded from:” “Any source . “ This is an important feature that is hidden from view in Sierra!
Next, run the program. Rejoice at life!
To return the settings back, enter this command:
sudo spctl –master-enable
Next, go back to “System Settings / Protection and Security.” Note that the heading for “Any Source” has disappeared. But the program will not stop working after that, it will continue to work! It is as if unlocked after this procedure.
Run the program again. It will appear in the “Dock” panel.
Right-click, then “Options”, select “Leave in the Dock”, if necessary!
Go to System Preferences > Security and Safety > General