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Final Cut Pro and Logic Pro for iPad

Apple unveils Final Cut Pro and Logic Pro for iPad.  ·  Source: Apple

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Apple has announced that Final Cut Pro and Logic Pro for iPad will be available from May 23. This is an incredibly exciting prospect for musicians, editors, and content creators, and it certainly makes you look at the iPad in a different light.

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This announcement has been a long time coming. For years, we’ve seen the iPad as a peripheral device at best in the context of the studio, but things are about to change.

Logic Pro for iPad

Logic Pro has been completely streamlined for the multitouch platform, from the arrange window and mixer to the software instruments and effect editing system.

Neat features like track stacks help you manage channel groups, while the mixer allows you to automate multiple channels at your fingertips. What’s more, if you need to get more precise, the Apple Pencil, Magic Keyboard, or Smart Keyboard Folio are also supported.

In addition, Touch to play and Plug-in tiles are features that provide a new approach to your creative workflow, whether you are writing music or doing mixing and arrangement tasks.

Final Cut Pro and Logic Pro for iPad

Final Cut Pro and Logic Pro on iPadOS

Besides the redesigned instruments and effects, one of the most important aspects is the compatibility with 3rd-party software plug-ins from well-known developers Eventide, FabFilter, and Moog Music.

More instruments and effects for this new platform are likely to follow in the future, and Live users will be pleased to know that Logic Pro for iPad has an Ableton link function.

Pricing and Availability:

From May 23, you’ll be able to get Final Cut Pro and Logic Pro on the iPadOS platform on a subscription of $4.99 monthly or $49 annually.

While Final Cut requires M1 or later iPads, Logic Pro requires an iPad with an A12 Bionic chip or later model. In addition, you’ll need to be running iPadOS 16.4 for either application.

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8 responses to “Apple unveils Final Cut Pro and Logic Pro for iPad”

    ab. says:
    1

    Holly sh…. Oo

    this is MAJOR news

    Darren teller says:
    11

    No subscriptions here thank you

    Zab Abbey says:
    3

    About time.

    I wonder if that means other developers will release full featured apps too, like Bitwig, Ableton and Cubase.

    Either way, I think all owners of M series iPad pros should have had the option of dual booting to MacOS or iOS from day one of their release.

    Apple purposely hobbling their hardware so they can sell try to sell everybody a Mac AND an iPad Pro.

    Bourian Boubbov says:
    3

    Subscription??! Scrap that!

    Hello Hello says:
    4

    No thanks if its subscription.

    teabreakbeats says:
    0

    Looks cool, but I don’t like subscriptions. I wonder what the latency is like with the airpod max in the picture?

    Antonio Ortiz says:
    1

    Not interested in any subscriptions. Please release a perpetual license.

    Feurope says:
    1

    Subscription, so no… not for me. Very modern this subscription thing, but not for casual users.

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