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The Logic Pro X updates show off the new Mac Pro’s power

Apple just released a significant update for its professional music production software, Logic Pro X. And it shows off exactly what the new Mac Pro can handle. It goes from support 255 stereo audio tracks, software instrument tracks, and aux channels to 1,000 each. The software also now supports 1,000 external MIDI tracks and allows 12 sends per channel strip. For average bedroom producers, the new threshold set might be too much, but as The Verge points out, those who work with dense, expansive composition like those needed for TV audio, video games, and orchestral scoring would need it.

The company is also showing off what the new Mac Pro can do. Apple claims this version is specifically optimized for the new Mac Pro, meaning it can handle much more complex tasks. One example the company gave is that Logic can now run up to five times the number of real-time plug-ins compared to the previous generation Mac Pro. But there are more features added to this software, which you can check out in this link. Logic X Pro retails for CA$279.99, but those who own a previous version can get the upgrade for free.


High Mac Pro demand pushes ship dates to April

If you haven't ordered the new Mac Pro yet, be prepared to wait a bit longer. The innovative new workstation-class desktop has succeeded in impressing most everyone who has tried it out, but it seems demand can't keep up with supply. Shipping dates for Mac Pros ordered today have moved to April. “Demand for the all new Mac Pro is great and it will take time before supply catches up with demand," Apple explains. 


Apple reveals new Mac Pro, the most powerful Mac coming this Fall

It is unlike any other Mac Pro, or possibly any computer, you’ve seen before and Apple claims it is the “future of the pro desktop.” The next-generation Mac Pro has been built with a unified thermal core that is optimized for performance both inside and out and is capable of sharing its thermal capacity across its processors.

As breathtaking as the 9.9-inch tall Mac Pro looks on the outside, what you get inside the chassis is as equally outstanding. You get the latest Intel Xeon E5 processors up to 12 core configurations, two AMD FirePro GPUs, Thunderbolt 2, PCIe-based flash storage, and extremely fast ECC memory. If you want to learn more about the Mac Pro, you can get more information here.


Apple updates Mac Pro Line

While Apple's Mac Pro line was not even mentioned during yesterday's WWDC 2012 Keynote, Apple gave some love to their pro line of desktops. The Mac Pros last saw a spec refresh in 2010 so time was ripe for new specs.

There are three Mac Pro computers, ranging from $2,549 to $3,049

At the low end of the spectrum, the cheapest Mac Pro costs $2,549 and has a 3.2-GHz Quad-Core Intel Xeon processor along with 6 GB of RAM and 1 Terabyt of storage.

Next is the $3,849 model, which features two 2.4-GHz 6-core Intel Xeon processor, 12 GB of RAM and the same 1 TB drive.

The final version of the Mac Pro is a server version ideal for data centres selling for $3,049 It's equipped with a 3.2GHz Quad-Core Intel Xeon processor, 8 GB of RAM and two 1 TB drives of storage.