Circle and Logic X / Gavin Burke on August 7th

Circle & Logic X

With the latest release of Logic X, Apple have finally dropped 32 bit support inside their flagship music application. The good news is that latest Circle beta works with Logic X, so you should be up and running right after you install from the latest beta version from here:

http://www.futureaudioworkshop.com/betaforums

We recommend to backup any of your Circle presets prior to installing this version, as it is still a beta release. We plan on having a fully tested and verified version in the next week.

Gavin@FAW.

7 Responses to “Circle and Logic X”

  1. 1 / DanSonic / August 7th at 5:21 pm

    Cool!
    Just was about to ask that question… ;-)

  2. 2 / Pete / August 8th at 2:56 pm

    Just as Logic X was released!

  3. 3 / Metiixx / August 9th at 9:23 am

    Now we need the Windows 64bit update…chop chop!

  4. 4 / Tyson Hollins / November 24th at 4:50 pm

    I upgraded to Mavericks on my MacBook, also I have been using the Circle 64 beta - the problem is that now the program won’t recognize my license code. One day it just opened up in demo mode and when I tried to input the code it told me it was not valid. Please tell me what I have to do to fix this issue, thanks!

    T. Hollins

  5. 5 / Bill Brown / December 4th at 3:11 am

    logic x crashes out when running circle on multiple tracks. after it crashes the project will not reopen. much work lost

  6. 6 / M. Wilcher / December 17th at 7:17 am

    +1 For Tyson Hollis comments. I as well have upgraded to Mavericks, and am having the exact same issues in Logic X. Please fix.

  7. 7 / Miguel Ángel / January 22nd at 11:06 am

    The problem is that when I open Circle, Logic is closed

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