Logic Pro X 10.2.4 Is On The Streets

Logic Pro X has been updated to version 10.2.4.

Logic Pro X 10.2.4

Compared to the 10.2.3 update that was released on June 9th, the 10.2.4 update seems to focus mainly on stability, reliability and performance. But you’ll also find some general fixes, and several fixes regarding editing, the mixer, and a few plug-ins (including: “Audio is now routed properly from Audio Unit-based multi-output instruments in projects saved in previous versions of Logic Pro X“.

Release Notes

To learn more about the Logic Pro X 10.2.4 update and previous Logic Pro 10.2 updates, see the official Logic Pro X Release Notes.

Make a Backup

As always, make sure you save a copy of the currently installed version as a backup before applying the update. If you don’t know how to do that, Apple has a good support page about backing up the Logic Pro X application.

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  • EdgarRothermich

    The link to the Apple page that describes how to make a backup is very important, because it explains how to make a zip file (a compressed file). The main reason: Permissions.

    Every file on a computer has a set of permissions that determine who can read (open), write (edit), execute (launch) a file. For example, you (the user), you (the administrator), the system, or the “superuser”. If those permissions get messed up, or you don’t have proper permissions, then you can’t open a file (a question that pops up in Logic forums every now and then).

    When you copy files between directories, you potentially change the permissions, which is usually not a problem, but when you move system files (the ones created/installed by the system) out and back into the original directory, you change the permissions and that could be problem.

    Zipping a file at its original location (Application folder, Library folder, etc.) “freezes” its permission. Now you can move the zip file around (store at external drive), and after you bring it back in and unzip it, it restores its original permission, so you don’t run into any permission problems.

    Conclusion: Always zip a file first before moving/copying it out of any non-user director

  • LOL!

  • SanDiego

    I have yet to see the update. Is it only a BETA at this point?

  • Eli Krantzberg

    You might not be seeing it if you are still running Mavericks. It requires Yosemite or higher.

  • p0o0p

    how to work 10.8.3

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