Apple Logic music software was first produced in 1993 as Notator Logic by a company called eMagic. Apple purchased the eMagic company in 2002 and Logic has since become an Apple product.
Let's take a quick look at the 20% you need to know about Logic before you decide to buy music production software for your studio. This isn't a choice made lightly as you'll spend a lot of time using your chosen DAW. So, choose with care!
Logic Music Software - Renegade 20% Quick Facts...
You can use
Logic to record, arrange, edit, play back and mix Audio and Midi in a
track-based interface. You'll find these features pretty much standard
with the big name sequencer packages available on the market today.
can also act as a host program for your software synthesizers, software
samplers, effects, virtual instruments and other plug-ins.
supports TDM and AudioSuite plug-ins with DAE/TDM hardware and also
Audio Units plug-ins. You can also open Apple Garageband sessions
directly in Logic should you have the need.
The program is fully compatible with Rewire.
can bounce your audio or final mixes down to most industry standard
formats which include: AIFF, WAV, Broadcast Wave, CAF, SDII, MP3 and
You cannot use Logic music software on PC as it's designed for use on Apple Macs.
has dedicated following among Mac users, with the only real
competition, at least in the electronic music production arena, coming
from Cubase. The choice is really a matter preference as both sequencers
can pretty much handle the music production tasks thrown at them by
mostly runs stable and has all the tools you need to make your own
music on your Mac and do so at industry standard level. You may prefer
to use Cubase though it will not be because Logic lacks features as this
music production program is one of the best available.