Apple have made Logic Pro X free for 90 days

Apple have made Logic Pro X free for 90 days

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Apple have made its flagship music-making product Logic Pro X free for 90 days. The move was made in light of the current global coronavirus pandemic, particularly for students who are being forced to work and study from home and might not have access to their university facilities. But anyone can take advantage of the offer – it’s not been reduced on the UK App Store yet but keep your eyes on the Apple website for the announcement. 

This is the first time a free trial of Logic Pro X has been available, though Apple say once the 90 days are up, there’ll be an ongoing 30-day free trial thereafter. Apple’s video editing software Final Cut Pro X is also being made available for free for 90 days. 

For more free music-making tools, check out our feature of nine of the best here. 

 

 

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