Did you know that you can print both musical notation and your Project/Track notes from Logic?
Did you also know that Logic can import audio and Projects from:
- Garageband iOS
- Final Cut Pro
- And the Music Memos app?
Logic also integrates your Music and Movie libraries directly into the browsers. PLUS your Mac’s Finder.
And none of this includes the awesome integrations of the Apple Touch Bar or Logic Remote on the iPad or iPhone!
All this to say that there are some benefits to using Logic Pro – an Apple application – with your Mac.
For example, in today’s video, I drag a Voice Memo of myself whistling directly from Voice Memos into Logic Pro. After that I open Flex Pitch, convert my Voice Memo to MIDI, and we’re off to creating a track.
These are some of the wonderful benefits of “keeping it in the family.” While Apple doesn’t build MIDI controllers or audio interfaces, they are building the central pieces of our music-making lives. The thing that records our music (Logic Pro X), and the thing that makes it all possible (the computer).
So today I wanted to show off some of the cool ways Logic Pro works with our Macs. Enjoy!