Happy last day of 2021! We made it another year around the sun. And I sure hope this past year has been a fun and creative one for you.
As promised, this week’s video is the finale of WLPR’s “countdown to 2022.” And this week’s video shares 10 reasons why musicians and songwriters should check out Logic Pro.
Also, I’d really love to thank you for an awesome year together:
Logic Pro comes stacked with tools for songwriters and musicians. From virtual drummers to amps and pedals, notation and score editing to a massive collection of instruments. I really have no idea what Logic Pro can’t do for you!
And if today’s video isn’t enough, check out my other 2 “10 reasons” posts for other creative users:
The 10 Reasons Why Producers & Beatmakers Should Check Out Logic Pro
The 10 Reasons Why Mix Engineers Should Check Out Logic Pro
I hope you have a happy, healthy, and creative 2022!
Take care 🙂
BTW – Try Out Logic Pro FREE for 90 days
Oh, and before we dig in – did you know Apple offers a 90-day free trial of Logic Pro?
Heck yeah! Just head over to Apple’s website to download the free Logic Pro trial:
Unlike other DAW trials out there, everything in Logic Pro is available with the 90-day trial. Every feature, plugin, instrument and sound is there for you to check out.
(Do note that you will need an Apple computer to try out Logic Pro.)
What Are Your Favorite Features in Logic Pro for songwriters and musicians?
Already a Logic Pro user? Tell us what features you love for writing and recording music in the comments below!
More WLPR Posts About These Top Features For Songwriters and Musicians:
Drummer – Possibly the Most Brilliant Innovation to Ever Happen to Logic Pro – 30 Days of Why Logic Pro Rules
Smart Tempo Deep Dive (Plus: Quantize Audio Not Recorded to A Click Using Smart Tempo)
Watch Me Use Smart Tempo – Flex Time to Set An Entire Project to A Single Tempo
Everything You Needed to Know About Logic’s Amp Designer & Pedalboard, Plus More
Bass Amp Designer – Your Key To Classic Tones & Versatile Bass Routing
How to Connect Your External MIDI Instruments With Logic Pro For Maximum Creativity
Record Multiple MIDI Instruments At the Same Time – Updated!
Streamline Your Songwriting With These 5 Arrangement Tools in Logic Pro
Save Your Vocals Like a Pro With These Flex Pitch Strategies
Change the Course of Time With The 6 Shades of Logic’s Flex Time
Live Loops – Digging in and Composing on the Fly With 10.5’s Flagship New Feature
Logic’s Take Folder System – Your Deep Dive Into Logic’s Amazing Comping and Quick Swipe Features
3 Reasons To Love Track Alternatives in Logic Pro
Why Logic’s Trusty Channel EQ is So Awesome – 30 Days of Why Logic Pro Rules
Bring Analog Vibe and Workflow Back to Your Music With Logic Pro’s Vintage EQ Collection
Why Logic Pro’s Compressor Is The Only Compressor You’ll Ever Need – 30 Days of Why Logic Pro Rules
Explore Spaces You Never Imagined Possible With Logic’s Convolution-Based Space Designer
Chromaverb – Wash Your Songs in Logic Pro’s Killer Algorithmic Reverb
Jay Salam says
I started my first recording studio, brick and mortar in 1964. So I have some perspective if not wisdom.
I am a subscriber to your channel and you are really worth watching. I never consider you a waste of time.
Congratulations on getting your channel on the Apple website. In my opinion, it is well deserved.
I started “in the box” all the way back with Cool Edit Pro and a Layla interface. I was not an Apple user until about 10 years ago when I discovered Logic Pro. It is, in my “not humble” opinion, the most complete software on the market. In many ways, Logic’s Drummer is even better than Superior Drummer 3 which costs twice as much as Logic Pro. I do have one request regarding Drummer. That would be to make Drummer do convincing, less frequently used time signatures such as 3/4, 5/4, 7/8, and many other jazz and traditional styles.
If Protools Ult is worth $400 per year, then Logic Pro should be 5 times that.
Just my thoughts.
Keep up the great work.
The Audiobook Team
Jens Einarsson says
Thanks Chris and happy new year. I go around a lot searching for tips and tricks and knowledge for using Logic Pro X. I can honestly say that I always end up here on your page. You are a good teacher, thanks again 🙂