Apple Introduces Logic Pro X 10.2, Featuring Alchemy Synth

Synth Added to Workstation Update
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Just six months after the release of Logic Pro X 10.1, Apple is announcing Logic Pro X 10.2, which brings Alchemy, the ultimate sample manipulation synthesizer, to Logic Pro X users for free. Alchemy makes it easy for anyone to find and explore new sounds while also providing sophisticated tools to satisfy the most ambitious sound designers. The enormous 14GB content library offers thousands of new sounds, but will particularly appeal to electronic musicians, including producers of hip-hop, EDM, and a variety of underground and indie styles.

Additional updates include:
- Multiple synthesis engines and advanced morphing features for creating a diverse range of sounds.
- Enhanced keyboard browser, allowing users to find sounds they are looking for quickly and easily using descriptive keywords.
- Performance controls that let users manipulate and craft new sounds without needing a full understanding of synthesis and sound design techniques.

MainStage and Logic Remote have also be updated to support Logic Pro X 10.2 and Alchemy. For existing users, Logic Pro X 10.2 and MainStage 3.2 are available as free upgrades on the Mac App Store starting today; for new users, Logic Pro X 10.2 and MainStage 3.2 are now available for purchase on Mac App Store for $199.99 and $29.99 respectively. Logic Remote 1.2.2 is available as a free download on the App Store.