Today is a fantastic day for Logic Pro users! Why? Because Logic Pro 10.7.5 has just landed in the App Store. And this latest update brings a ton of enhancements I know a lot of users have been waiting for.
While 10.7.5 is technically a “maintenance” update, it brings a whole host of updates like:
- Nested Track Stacks
- Free Tempo Recording
- Gain Tool
- Record MIDI FX directly to tracks
- Updates to Smart Tempo
- Support for Ableton Link
- Personalized Spatial Audio
- Support for 32-bit Audio Files
- Individual Stompbox plug-ins
- New Starter Grid & Sound Packs
- “FL Studio” style Master presets
And so much more 🙂
There’s no time to waste! Check out today’s video above for all the details surrounding the new 10.7.5 update.
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Awesome, as usual!!
Kenny Jackson says
I have an iMac, 2015. Will the update to 10.7.5 be a problem for my computer?
Only if you’re running OS Monterey or OS Ventura (Intel or Apple Silicon both are supported)
so you’re saying if you do have monterey it will be a problem?
Hi David, thanks for your comment. Can you explain a bit more? Monterey shouldn’t be a problem as the minimum OS required for the current version of Logic Pro (now 10.7.6) is Monterey.
david m says
solid review Chris.
Loving speakerfood didnt win a version, went ahead and bought it. very cool.
Rick Lewis says
I also do not see the Logic Pro update in my App Store. I’m on a Mid-2015 MacBook Pro; OS 12.6.1 and according to the Logic Pro minimum requirements page I’m good. But no update is showing up for me.
Man I want to use the nested folders and the gain tool!
Lorens Palmgren says
Same for me. Im currently on Logic Pro X 10.7.3. But the App store does not show me any updates to Logic.
I also NEEEED the “nested folders”. Have been wondering when that should show up. Its such a basic thing… one would think, been in other DAWs for ages.
Same here. Just updated to Monterey to take advantage of the new features, but Logic Pro 10.75 is not showing as available to update in the App store
Hi Pat, when you open the App Store and navigate to the “Updates” tab, try pressing Command and R a few times to refresh the updates tab. Does 10.7.6 appear when you do this?
Additionally, are you on macOS 12.3 or above?
Hi Eric and Lorens,
If you go to the “Updates” tab in the App Store and use key command:
Command and R
This refreshes the updates page. Once you refresh the page, do you see the Logic update?
Doh! There it is.
Is the 10.7.5 version available as a trial? When I download the trial version I only get 10.7.4 but I’m curious to try some of the features in this latest release before purchasing it.
Max Emil says
Hi, how would you backup the current version of Logic Pro before updating? Any advice is welcome.
Doug Hayman says
My mid 2014 MacBook Pro was able to upgrade to Big Sur but I appear to be stuck at Logic 10.5 with nothing newer offered in the store. Command R didn’t change anything. All I can find is mention of which macOS is needed to go to 10.7.5. Any ideas?
Hi Doug, sorry to hear about your issues updating! Can you try the following steps to see if they help?
1. Navigate to Logic Pro in your Applications folder in the Finder.
2. Select Logic Pro, and right-click (or hold Control and click).
3. Select “Move to Trash” from the pop-up menu. No need to empty the trash and completely delete Logic Pro. We just need to remove the app from the Applications folder so the App Store doesn’t see Logic Pro.
4. Open the App Store.
5. In the top menu bar go to Store > Account.
6. The App Store should now show you a list of apps you’ve downloaded/purchased. Locate Logic Pro in the list and click on the download button to re-download the application.
Once downloaded, what version of Logic Pro do you see?
Matthew Cosgrove says
Thanks so much Chris! This is indeed a great workaround for the hidden legacy versions (disappointing from Apple in terms of UX)
I just upgraded from Catalina to Big Sur on a MacBook Pro 2014, which was the only way to get from Logic Pro 10.6 to 10.7.
After the OS upgrade, in App Store, it was only showing the latest Logic 10.7.6 and saying I could only update Logic if I upgrade to macOS 12.3 (which my laptop is too old for) so I was baffled until I found this thread.
So yes, moving my current Logic version from Applications to Bin tricked the App Store into thinking I didnt have it installed. This meant that when I searched the App Store for Logic again, this time it gave me the little cloudy icon to re-download Logic which means its installs the latest version suitable for the OS, which in my case was 10.7.4.
Thanks for confirming that workaround worked for you, Matthew! It is unfortunate that the App Store can’t seem to sort out which Logic Pro version should be doled out depending on which macOS a user is using on their Mac. Hopefully this will be improved in the future. But glad to know there is at least a workaround 👍
Doug Hayman says
Thanks Chris, I guess that I can give that a try. I guess that worse case scenario if nothing newer is offered up by the store I can go back to trash and hit restore.
You bet Doug! Be sure to report back with your findings. I’m curious to see what version you end up downloading. In theory, it should be the latest version of Logic Pro that your Mac can update to.
As always – be sure to compress and back up your current version of Logic Pro for safekeeping!
Any word on the new logic and Ventura update on mac?