The Future of Logic Pro X – Calling All Sleuths!
Dennis, Doug, and I have been uncovering some mysterious Logic Pro X artifacts in the past few days. Could these be clues as to what’s in store for us down the road? On their own, they are nothing. In fact, even together they could be nothing. Or, they could be something. But hell, speculating is fun! We invite you to do your own sleuthing and share your hypothesis on the future of Logic Pro.
Exhibit Number 1 – The Master Track is a Track Stack
Page 189 of the User Guide includes this juicy morsel: “The master track is a track stack…. All shared effect aux channel strips are automatically added as subtracks.” And it is followed by this tantalizing screen grab:
￼We know that thus far (version 10.0.6) the master track is NOT a track stack in Logic Pro X. An unimplemented feature?
Exhibit Number 2 – The Record to Sampler Key Command
Dennis turned up this deliciously mysterious unassigned Key Command under the Global Commands section:
Perhaps a new feature coming from the Redmatica boys? That would sure be nice! Maybe a new feature in an updated EXS24 Sampler?? What do you think?
Exhibit Number 3 – SSE3 Optimizations
Page 853 of the user manual sports this unexplainable screenshot:
At this time no optimization settings appear on this page of Logic Pro X’s preferences. An artifact from the past? Maybe. Or are they new MacPro algorithms designed to hurl us into the future at supersonic speeds? Maybe this can shed some light to those with programming skills: SSE3
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