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    3 months with Logic Pro X is what Apple are giving you for free. If you haven’t already bought one of the world’s most used DAWs then now is the time to jump in and try it out.

    Apple have responded to the coronavirus pandemic that has left many musicians and producers isolated at home by making Logic Pro X free to download as a trial for 90 days.

    Already competively priced (normally £199) considering the vast array of professional features, instruments and effect plug-ins, Logic Pro X can now be downloaded for free by new customers on the Mac App Store.

    Whether you want to make beats, get into sound design, compose orchestral music, record, mix and master your singer singwriter songs, score to picture, or create the next big electronic dance hit, there’s not much else you’ll need other than Logic and its included plug-ins.

    However, it’s a super deep DAW (digital audio workstation), which is why macProVideo and Ask.Video have your back with the most comprehensive online courses covering every level and every aspect of Logic Pro X available now. Save yourself tons of time figuring out how to do something and start producing music instead with our courses here

    “We hope customers who are home and looking for something new to master will try out these free trials,” Apple have said.

    Final Cut Pro X also gets the same treatment, so if you’re a budding video editor then visit the Mac App Store to grab your 90 day free trial and check out these video courses here.

    Rounik is the Executive Editor for Ask.Audio & macProVideo. He’s built a crack team of professional musicians and writers to create one of the most visited online resources for news, review, tutorials and interviews for modern musician and producer.

    As an Apple Certified Trainer for Logic Pro Rounik has taught teachers, professional musicians and hobbyists how to get the best out of Apple’s creative software. He has been a visiting lecturer at Bath Spa University’s Teacher training program, facilitating workshops on using music and digital media tools in the classroom.

    If you’re looking for Rounik, you’ll most likely find him (and his articles) on Ask.Audio & macProVideo.com.

    The post first appeared on Ask Audio

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