Apple has recently updated Logic Pro, the sound engineering tool, with versions for both Mac and iPad. The new additions to both versions include the Mastering Assistant, a sound processing tool for mixing and basic tweaking of details to further customize each section. Another feature is the ability to record sound in 32-bit Float, which is exclusive to Logic Pro 10.8 on Mac.
For Mac users, Logic Pro 10.8 now offers Sample Alchemy, a tool for creating sounds from musical instruments, and Beat Breaker, which allows users to adjust the direction and add sound effects. As for Logic Pro 1.1 on iPad, the new additions include Quick Sampler, which allows users to create sampler sounds from musical instruments recorded through a microphone. The update also includes improvements to the sound search system and additional content in the Lessons section.
Logic Pro 10.8 on Mac is available for a one-time purchase of 6,990 baht. Users of previous versions can update to the new version for free, but macOS Ventura 13.5 or newer is required. Logic Pro 1.1 on iPad is available as a monthly subscription for 199 baht per month or 1,990 baht per year. It is compatible with iPadOS 17 and requires a device with at least an A12 Bionic chip.
TLDR: Apple has released updates for Logic Pro on both Mac and iPad. The new features include the Mastering Assistant, 32-bit Float recording, Sample Alchemy, Beat Breaker, Quick Sampler, improved sound search, and additional Lessons content. The Mac version is available for a one-time purchase, while the iPad version requires a subscription.