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Logic Pro 10.4.4 just released

dgburns

summer of pickles and IPA beer
I am thankful for the recent uptick in LPX efforts from the Apple team. It is appreciated and welcome. I also am tied pretty heavily to this app for making a living lol.

And have I said today how much I appreciate that it is able to do mono<stereo and mono<5.1 as well as stereo <5.1 up channel. And have I mentioned my utmost love and admiration for the 5.1 plugins like the tremolo stereo<5.1 plugin that is just magic on stereo synth sources used in a special secret way?

much love and respect. I love this app.
 

hdsmile

Member
yeah on the previous version and Mojave not everything worked smoothly, we will see how it works now:)
 

Shad0wLandsUK

Senior Member
Wondering if anyone had updated to 10.4.4. Hope everything is working fine.
Unfortunately I hit update on LPX while updating my Little Snitch, but forgot to compress 10.4.3 as I always do before updates.

So in other words, yes I have the update... but not intentionally without a backup ;)
 

charlieclouser

Senior Member
“Compress 10.4.3” what does that mean?
Right-click (or Control-Click) on the Logic app itself, and in the resulting pop-up choose "Compress..." This will "zip" the app itself into a compressed (zip) archive, leaving the original where it was. Now you can do the update, which will replace the un-zipped original with a new version. If you have trouble and need to get the original back, you just double-click the zip archive and it's back.

I prefer to rename the original just before zipping, adding the version number - so "Logic Pro X" becomes "Logic Pro X v10.4.2" or whatever. Then there's less chance of problems when unzipping and / or having multiple versions in your Applications folder.

The app will run just fine with that version number appended to the end of its name, but Software Update will only update the app if it's named EXACTLY "Logic Pro X".
 

GdT

Member
I tried installing Logic 10.4.4 and it failed with no explanation.
My Mac is on OS X 10.13 High Sierra.
After many fruitless searches of Apple's abstruse FAQs it looks suspiciously like Logic 10.4.4 requires OS X 10.14 Mojave.
 

Shad0wLandsUK

Senior Member
I tried installing Logic 10.4.4 and it failed with no explanation.
My Mac is on OS X 10.13 High Sierra.
After many fruitless searches of Apple's abstruse FAQs it looks suspiciously like Logic 10.4.4 requires OS X 10.14 Mojave.
I was going to say I have it installed on 10.13.6

So it should be fine
 
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