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Breakdown: Logic Pro X


While the rest of the world was busy lambasting the newest Ryan Gosling movie, Apple quietly released the long-awaited update to its famed Digital Audio Workstation (DAW), Logic Pro. To many Logic Pro X ($200) may seem like a yawn compared to retina displays and tube-shaped towers — but if you spend most of your day behind a sound board, this is like Kate Upton dancing on the hood of a Jaguar with that Whitesnake song playing in the background. Logic isn’t just for the Dave Coverdales of the world, either. Whether you’re producing a podcast or just getting into music production, it provides that extra bit of functionality that’ll have you leaving Garageband (or your real life garage band) in no time. We break down the noteworthy features of Apple’s newest release above.