Question: Couple of LogicX questions
Ok, using my recently acquired used iMac & running Sierra on an external boot drive I've purchased Logic X, latest version. After downloading all the instruments I noticed the biggest chunk of them are under the Legacy option, is that correct? After working with Logc-9 for so many years I have to say, even with all of the advanced tools enabled Logic is still a bit more Garageband like than I prefer. A lot of the stuff I use (environment) is tucked away out of sight so as not to scare anyone. A shame in that regard. When you have an Application that's as unique as Logic I would develop and promote what makes it different.
The internal boot drive on the iMac is running El Capitan which runs really well on the machine. If I decide to run El Capitan on this machine will the App Store give me the option of downloading Logic 10.3.x?