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released Logic Pro 9. On July 23, 2009

Minimum System Requirements

2GB of RAM (4GB recommended).
Display with 1280-by-768 resolution or higher.
OS X v10.6.8 or later.
Minimum 6GB of disk space. (19GB of optional content available via in-app download).
Main Windows

Arrange window consolidates 16 edit and browser areas, including all the tracks and regions of a project.
Mixer window shows all mixer channel strips, along with hosting instrument and effect plug-ins.
Sample Editor window for audio file editing.
Piano Roll window for piano roll-style editing of MIDI note and controller events.
Score window to edit and print MIDI note events in musical notation.
Hyper Editor window for “value bar” editing of MIDI events.
Event List window for numerical editing of regions or MIDI events.
Marker List window to edit text markers.
Tempo List window to edit tempo events.
Signature List window to edit time and key signatures.
Bin window to manage the audio files and regions of a project.
Loops browser area to find and preview Apple Loops based on tempo, key, style, and mood.
Library browser area to find channel strips, plug-in settings, or external MIDI destinations.
File browser area to find content on hard disk volumes and to import track data from other projects.
Project Note and Track Note areas for text memos.
Environment window for advanced routing and real-time processing of MIDI events.

1220 definable key and MIDI commands.
90 recallable screen configurations.
200-step undo history.
Full plug-in latency compensation, also for external audio and MIDI gear.
Low latency mode can remove latency induced by plug-ins during recording.

Audio file and I/O resolution up to 24-bit/192kHz.
Maximum project length greater than 6 hours at 96kHz; 13 hours at 44.1kHz.
Trim tool for advanced timeline trimming functions.
87 effect plug-ins including Pedalboard, which has 30 different stompboxes.
40 software instrument plug-ins (24 from GarageBand, 16 from Logic Pro).
102 software instrument tuning tables, including equal-tempered, custom, and Hermode tuning.
Flex Time editing using one of six different flex modes:
High-end dithering algorithms (POW-r, UV22HR).
Full support for Apple Loops.
Freeze Tracks releases CPU resources by invisibly rendering tracks.
Sample-accurate audio editing in the Arrange window.
Nondestructive graphical audio fades and crossfades for level or speed.

1/3840 note resolution.
Real-time MIDI recording and notation.
Fast and intuitive region looping.
Global chord track with automatic chord recognition.
Complete music notation:
Real-time transcription
Instrument transposition
Guitar tablature
Drum notation
Chord symbols
Adaptive lyric input
Automatic multibar rests
Comprehensive palette of slurs, crescendis, and other ornaments
Staff Styles for easy recall of multiple stave attributes
Score Sets allow instruments to be combined for editing and print
Layout and printing of complete professional scores
Caps Lock Keyboard for real-time note entry using computer keyboard.
MIDI step entry.
Transform window for advanced editing of MIDI events.

Intuitive region-based editing.
Powerful folders facilitate organization and streamline arranging tasks.
Comprehensive set of editing tools assignable to left, right, and key-modified mouse buttons.
Easy take management:
Colorize takes automatically or manually
Single-click take selection
Cut, trim, move, or rearrange takes
Move and edit entire take folders as you would any other region
Quick Swipe Comping for audio:
Build a comp of parts from multiple takes
Create comps on the fly
Automatic, customizable crossfades between phrases
Flatten function replaces take folder with regions representing the current comp
Flatten and Merge function replaces take folder with newly created audio file
Nondestructive MIDI and audio quantization:
Groove templates definable from MIDI or audio regions
34 basic quantization settings
Six advanced quantization parameters
Drum replacement or doubling to enhance recorded drum tracks with sampled drum sounds.
Convert audio regions to a sampler instrument MIDI track.
MIDI note extraction from audio for melodic transcription.
Graphic beat mapping for creating tempo maps from existing audio or MIDI.
Snap-to-transient selection.
Definable relative or absolute snap grid.
Shuffle Left and Right modes keep regions together while you’re editing.
Auto-crossfade mode inserts crossfades between regions automatically.
Destructive sample editing using built-in or external sample editor.

Up to 255 audio channel strips.
Up to 255 software instrument channel strips.
Up to 255 auxiliary channel strips.
64 busses.
Each of the above in mono, stereo, or surround (with 1-8 audio channels).
15 inserts for internal or Audio Units effect plug-ins.
8 sends per channel strip, pre- or post-fader, or post-pan.
Dynamic channel strip creation simplifies and accelerates mixer setup and configuration.
Various view options simplify channel strip navigation:
“Single” for the selected track with all routing and send destinations
“Arrange” for all Arrange tracks (with or without destinations)
“All” for a complete overview
Easy setup of multi-output software instruments.
Save/Load complete plug-in configurations using channel strip settings.
In-Place-Solo system with solo safe mode for any channel strip.
Direct insert patching of external hardware instruments and effects with latency compensation.
Busses as sources for recording.
Inline input monitoring for audio channel strips.

32 groups for audio, software instrument, or MIDI channel strips.
Each channel strip can be part of multiple groups.
Group settings for each group:
Editing (Selection), Phase-Locked Audio
Automation Mode
Volume, Pan, Mute, Solo
Input Monitoring, Record Enable
Send Levels 1 to 8
Color, Vertical Zoom, Hide
Group clutch to temporarily disable all groups.
Individual On/Off and Track Hide.
Control Surface Support

EuCon protocol support for Euphonix control surface systems.
Support for Smart AV: Smart Console.
Extensive support via control surface plug-ins:
Altech Systems / CM Automation: Motor Mix
Apogee Electronics: GiO
Frontier Design Group: TranzPort
JL Cooper: CS-32, FaderMaster 4/100, MCS3
Korg: Kontrol49, microKontrol
M-Audio: iControl
Mackie Designs: Baby HUI, HUI, Logic Control, XT, Mackie Control, C4, Extender
Radikal Technologies: SAC-2K
Roland: SI-24
Tascam: FE-8, FW-1082, FW-1884, US-224, US-2400, US-428
Yamaha: 01V96, 01X, 02R96, DM1000, DM2000
Custom Recording Light
iOS control surface apps that utilize OSC protocol
Comprehensive support of any control hardware via MIDI Learn.

Sample-accurate, track-based automation with 32-bit resolution.
Real-time automation recording using control surface or mouse.
Comprehensive graphical editing.
Grouped automation recording and editing.
Automation Quick Access for easy hardware control of currently displayed automation parameter.
View multiple automation parameters per track.
Off, Read, Touch, Latch, and Write automation modes.

Support for all standard surround configurations:
5.1 (ITU)
6.1 (ES/EX)
7.1 (SDDS or 3/4.1)
Support for multichannel interleaved and split surround audio files.
Play back, record, or process multichannel interleaved audio files.
Surround level metering.
Multichannel signal routing via sends, busses, and auxiliaries.
Graphic Surround Panner to manipulate mono or stereo streams within a surround field.
Graphic Surround Balancer to simultaneously balance all channels of surround input.
Support for Logic Pro True Surround plug-ins.
Built in multi-mono support lets you use any mono or stereo Logic Pro or Audio Units plug-in.
Surround bounce and burn to DVD-A (PCM only) disc.
Easy mixdown to stereo and surround formats using Down Mixer plug-in.

QuickTime video playback.
Embedded or floating window video display.
Digital Cinema Desktop for full-screen video display on additional monitor.
External video output via FireWire or DVCPRO HD.
Global video thumbnail track.
Scene detect option to mark video transitions automatically.

Open GarageBand songs directly in Logic Pro.
Support for Core Audio.
Support for Audio Units plug-ins.
ReWire support for integration with Reason, Ableton Live, and other ReWire-compatible applications.
Import/export of AAF, OMF, Open TL, and XML (Final Cut Pro) projects.
Import/export of MIDI regions as MIDI files, export of MIDI and audio regions as Apple Loops.
Play AIFF, WAV (BWF), CAF, SDII, Apple Lossless, eligible MP3, and AAC (noneligible files will be converted to PCM).
Record AIFF, CAF, and WAV (BWF).
Bounce to AIFF, WAV (Broadcast Wave), CAF, SDII, MP3, and M4A (Apple Lossless, AAC)
Burn any bounced audio directly to CD or DVD-A (PCM audio only).

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Re: Logic 9 (July 2009) Requirements (Snow Leopard - Mavericks)
« Reply #1 on: September 20, 2019, 12:30:35 PM »

is Mavericks the last Mac OS meant to work flawlessly with Logic 9?

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Re: Logic 9 (July 2009) Requirements (Snow Leopard - Mavericks)
« Reply #2 on: January 20, 2023, 03:44:06 AM »

is Mavericks the last Mac OS meant to work flawlessly with Logic 9?

im not exactly sure - trying to fidn that out right now
this document details compatibility with mountain lion so im assuming that Mountain Lion is the highest OSX that was officially made to work with Logic 9. unless there are other updates other than 9.1.8 referenced in this note

theres multiple posts online if u google that say that mavericks works with Logic 9 but this is outside the realm of the documentation put out by apple it seems

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Re: Logic 9 (July 2009) Requirements (Snow Leopard, Lion, Mountain Lion)
« Reply #3 on: February 26, 2023, 04:33:12 AM » this page lists "E-350-OYX-169-EGD-300-TRZ-435-TGX-FHA-41HX " as a working serial to install logic pro 9

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Re: Logic 9 (July 2009) Requirements (Snow Leopard, Lion, Mountain Lion)
« Reply #4 on: March 11, 2023, 07:21:19 AM »
after running the 9.1.8 update
im able to run the logic 9 pro app on OSX 10.11 El capitan .. before i ran the update the executable file was not compatible