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Apple Logic Pro X v10.4.4-TNT screenshot
TNT | 11 January 2019 | 1.37 GB
Logic Pro X is the most advanced version of Logic ever. Sophisticated tools for professional songwriting, editing, and mixing are built around a modern interface that's designed to get creative results quickly and also deliver more power whenever it's needed. Logic Pro X includes a massive collection of instruments, effects, and loops, providing a complete toolkit to create amazing-sounding music.

Logic Pro X for Mac has been updated to version 10.3, introducing new features, a refreshed interface, and Touch Bar support, allowing the Touch Bar on the 2016 MacBook Pro to be used for music editing. The Touch Bar features quick access to navigation tools and Smart Controls, plus it can be used for playing and recording instruments using a piano keyboard or drum pads.

A new Track Alternatives feature lets users create and switch between different playlists of regions and edits, and Selection-based Processing lets users apply Logic or third-party plug-ins onto one or more audio region.

With iOS integration, Logic Pro X users can also add new tracks to Logic sessions from their iPhone or their iPad when away from their Mac, and a new share option lets users upload GarageBand-compatible versions of Logic projects to iCloud that can be opened on iOS devices. New recordings can be added via GarageBand on an iOS device and then synced back to Logic Pro X when the project is opened on a Mac.

New in Logic Pro X 10.4.4

•Fixes an issue in which Logic Pro was not creating Auto Backups correctly.
•Includes stability improvements.


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  Member 22.12.2013 1 195
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  Resident 10.03.2009 1 76
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So, can I write e.g. " <string>10.9</string>" to have it run on mac 10.9.5?
  Resident 3.06.2010 384
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NO. Because you are amending the systemversion plist which Logic has a look at to see if it can run on that system. So changing it to 10.12 or anything above will be necessary. MacOSX 10. 9.5 has got everything in it that Logic needs to run, but because Apple wants to keep you upgrading they put a script in Logic to stop it running on anything under 10.12
All who wander are not lost
  Member 23.09.2015 41
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Many thanks for this trick, Smokernzt!

...But i think it could be wiser to backup the file "/System/Library/CoreServices/SystemVersion.plist" before doing anything with it, because:

If then you try to install / use an app witch is NOT COMPATIBLE with macOS Mojave, it could not run at all! Some could simply stop working definitively!

You can possibly use Time Machine also, but it is best to keep a copy of "SystemVersion.plist" somewhere safe.

So be advised, be ad-wised!

---
EDIT: this given me an idea: it could be cool to have a simple (an secure) tool / script / app to switch to any version of macOS(X), so we could have a chance to run / play with incompatible programs / plugins / whatever...

EDIT2: This tool could run in a sandbox, so the other apps will not be affected by the change of system version, only the app you wanna play with...

...by chance, is there a developer interested in my idea?
Never lose hope, my heart, miracles dwell in the invisible...
~ Rumi ~
  Resident 3.06.2010 384
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Yes we need further info on whether sticking 10.14 in systemversion plist could have unwanted side effects. Surely amending to 10.12 would do the trick
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  Resident 22.03.2012 387
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Would "unwanted side effects" include these?
- being unable to launch any app at all
- system unable to reboot
- when attempting to boot from another drive, being informed in the drive option dialog that your internal drive contains two systems
Because that's been my experience. I suspect the OS has more than one place where the OS version is identified, and when they conflict, it's a mess.

This is a SUPREMELY BAD IDEA. I am furious with myself for even attempting it. Yes, I backed up the original plist file, but stupidly left the only copy on the drive itself, which I haven't yet been able to mount, much less boot from.
  Member 23.09.2015 41
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For all whom have tried the Smokernzt procedure, and ends up with an unusable system, here is a SAFE solution:

1°) You need to reboot on the Recovery partition.

a) For those who are unable to reboot / screen frozen, you have to keep
pressed the ON/OFF button during a long time, until your mac effectively
switches off completely.

b) Follow this procedure to boot on the Recovery partition (quote from
Apple, oversimplified / completed by me):

Turn on your Mac and immediately press and hold the Command (⌘) and the R keys at the same time. Continue holding until you see the Apple logo or a spinning globe. Startup is complete when you see a window inviting you to choose your language. Do so, and click on the circled arrow at the bottom to finish booting.


2°) Then you will see a window titled "macOS Utilities". Don't use this, but go to the "Utilities" menu and choose "Terminal", then type exactly (please note / print this on paper to be sure, respect the upper / lower case and the spaces, everything is important):

cp -f /System/Library/CoreServices/SystemVersion.plist /Volumes/Macintosh\ HD/System/Library/CoreServices/

Don't forget to hit the "Return" or "Enter" key after have typed this.

(Note for easy typing: you can hit the "Tab" key to make the terminal auto-complete the names! For exemple i can type /Volumes/Mac and then hit the "Tab" key, Terminal will show: /Volumes/Macintosh\ HD so that i don't have to search like crazy for the reverse backslash on my keyboard.)

(Note 2: there is a space between "Macintosh\" and "HD" just a light reminder, just in case...)

3°) Reboot normally, and see if everything is back to normal. As a proof that everything is OK, go to the apple menu, choose "About this Mac..." and see if your system version is exactly as it was before the 'Smokernzt' storm

- - -

Olymoon and/or SAiNT: I would like to suggest a rule: it could be forbidden to publish a command-line script without an effective and easy procedure to cancel it / backup your files / reset back your system exactly the way it was before the modification. What do you think?
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  Resident 22.03.2012 387
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Very grateful for this excellent advice SoundLanguage - it worked flawlessly (once I substituted my hard drive name). Prior to that I couldn't even mount it, even booting from another drive. The system saw it, but in several places (Disk Utility, Startup Drive prefs, etc) it showed two volumes with the same name, neither of which would mount. I had just spent several weeks rebuilding this drive from an earlier crash, converting a 3TB fusion drive to a 125 GB SSD (the HDD had died) - thank goodness for symlinks. Anyway, because I was still rebuilding the plugins and apps, I hadn't yet done any kind of backup. Needless to say, that's my top priority this very night.

I wholeheartedly endorse your suggestion re posting Terminal scripts.
  Member 23.09.2015 41
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If ever you want an advice about backup, you could read this message i posted some times ago, describing a possible way to don't bother about backup anymore, i found it's important for the peace of mind.

A HDD crash can happen to absolutely anyone, it happened for me in the past, and it caused me a real pain because of the valuable datas stored inside.
Never lose hope, my heart, miracles dwell in the invisible...
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  Moderator 21.01.2012 1039 9983
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Olymoon and/or SAiNT: I would like to suggest a rule: it could be forbidden to publish a command-line script without an effective and easy procedure to cancel it / backup your files / reset back your system exactly the way it was before the modification. What do you think?

We should use PM to discuss this.
  Member 23.01.2014 5
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<span class='QuoteBy'>quote by Smokernzt</span>to people who has Mac Sierra or any Mac and want to use it

instractions
step 1
open terminal and type
"sudo nano -w /System/Library/CoreServices/SystemVersion.plist"

step 2
delete everything and copy this and paste

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<!DOCTYPE plist PUBLIC "-//Apple//DTD PLIST 1.0//EN" "[url=http://www.apple.com/DTDs]http://www.apple.com/DTDs[/url]$
<plist version="1.0">
<dict>
        <key>ProductBuildVersion</key>
        <string>18A391</string>
        <key>ProductCopyright</key>
        <string>1983-2018 Apple Inc.</string>
        <key>ProductName</key>
        <string>Mac OS X</string>
        <key>ProductUserVisibleVersion</key>
        <string>10.14</string>
        <key>ProductVersion</key>
        <string>10.14</string>
</dict>
</plist> 


control +x "press Y to save it"

step 3
restart computer

Done!

<span class='QuoteBy'>quote by Smokernzt</span>to people who has Mac Sierra or any Mac and want to use it



instractions
step 1
open terminal and type
"sudo nano -w /System/Library/CoreServices/SystemVersion.plist"

step 2
delete everything and copy this and paste

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<!DOCTYPE plist PUBLIC "-//Apple//DTD PLIST 1.0//EN" "[url=http://www.apple.com/DTDs]http://www.apple.com/DTDs[/url]$
<plist version="1.0">
<dict>
        <key>ProductBuildVersion</key>
        <string>18A391</string>
        <key>ProductCopyright</key>
        <string>1983-2018 Apple Inc.</string>
        <key>ProductName</key>
        <string>Mac OS X</string>
        <key>ProductUserVisibleVersion</key>
        <string>10.14</string>
        <key>ProductVersion</key>
        <string>10.14</string>
</dict>
</plist> 


control +x "press Y to save it"

step 3
restart computer

Done!



thanks for the post
can I install logic 10.4.4 on El Capitan 10.11.6

please write the procedure

thanks in advance
  Member 22.12.2013 1 195
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  Resident 9.06.2013 4 438
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The application requires OS X 10.12 or later
  Member 16.07.2014 90
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Logic has a minimum requirement of Sierra since 10.4.0.
  Member 17.02.2014 4 262
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in fact, so...why did Smokernzt post that trick for sierra?
  Member 17.02.2014 4 262
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Please help me to understand..
Why if I have Sierra I need to tell to my Logic that it's Mojave instead?
Isn't the Logic Audio 10.4.4 already compatible with sierra ?
  Banned 13.02.2015 176
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logic takes 20 mins to scan plug ins how do you disable that or make it load faster..
  Resident 25.01.2012 2177
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you could try using force auval utility.
  Resident 29.08.2014 283
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If it scans everytime you're starting Logic, temporary move all components to a folder then start logic.

Then close it, add 10 components, let it scan, close logic and start it again. If it scans again, repeat the steps for each component one by one. This problem is usually due to 1-2 incompatible components.
  Resident 24.01.2012 4 421
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Use less plugins maybe?
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  Resident 21.06.2011 4 323
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Anybody have luck with just using these things as updates? Most software, you can just drop the new version over the old one in your Apps folder, it replaces it and it loads up just fine. The last time I tried doing that with Logic, from 10.3.9 to 10.4, it loaded up so wonky that I had to completely uninstall it and do a fresh reinstall of 10.4 -- something I've kept doing every time a new revision comes out. It's fine for now, as I haven't really gotten too deep into Logic, but eventually, I'll have to start redoing prefs, plus, I have to spend the better part of an hour every time I install a new version of Logic while it validates all my plugs and re-downloads all the included default samples and whatnot.
  Resident 25.01.2012 2177
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every ver no issue. If you are worried you can back up you pref files and audio units cache files.
  Resident 12.03.2014 378
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MAC Guys,

do you know if it is possible to run MacOS 10.x as a virtual machine, on windows?

A few weeks ago I've found a website where the guy was explaining how to install it, even if vmware doesn't officially support it...

many workarounds, many reboots... create an image from the vm and reuse it as a vm...several ssids to remove/reset, several lines of code to type and run...many other things to do. ..
At the end, everything works excepting the stuff that requires an apple account, like facetime, email, etc

Oh, yeah, I think the biggest issue was... no sound !

Has anyone tried it ?
  Resident 29.08.2014 283
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Running macos as VM inside windows is relatively easy. However, producing music is impossible due to latency and poor resources management. Maybe you can run few tracks just for testing, but when it comes to big projects of 50+ tracks no way. No matter how powerful your PC is.
  Resident 2.10.2008 314
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You can try the following:
* Configure the VM to use 2 CPU cores
* Give it at least 4GB memory
* Give it enough drive space (for MacOS virtual memory management)
* Always connect Audio/MIDI interfaces directly to the VM
  Resident 23.12.2009 3 891
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Just install macOS on your PC , less hassle , full performance

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