Apple surprises again with innovation and brings their popular music software Logic Pro and video editing app Final Cut Pro directly to the iPad. The mobile app provides a comprehensive set of tools for songwriting, beat creation, recording, and other tasks.
Logic Pro has been modified to work with Multi-Touch motions, including pinch-to-zoom and swipe-to-scroll, to make it more iPad-friendly. Apple claims that by enabling more natural app use, this will make it much simpler for consumers to create music.
Instead of using a UI, users can record directly into Logic using the built-in microphone on the iPad. Additionally, the updated software now provides a brand-new sound browser that uses filtering to assist musicians in finding new sounds and samples.
“We’re excited to introduce Final Cut Pro and Logic Pro for iPad, allowing creators to unleash their creativity in new ways and in even more places. With a powerful set of intuitive tools designed for the portability, performance, and touch-first interface of iPad, Final Cut Pro and Logic Pro deliver the ultimate mobile studio.” – says Bob Borchers, Apple’s vice president of Worldwide Product Marketing.
With the Apple Pencil, music producers may also make adjustments and sketch out intricate track automation. They can also use key instructions to speed up the production process by connecting a Smart Keyboard Folio or Magic Keyboard.
There will be a full-featured mixer with choices to make a professional-sounding mix and a number of beat-making and production capabilities, just like the standard Logic application used on Macs and MacBooks.
Finally, the Logic Pro app includes roundtrip functionality for import and export, allowing you to transfer projects between your Mac and iPad.
Beginning on May 23, Logic Pro and Final Cut Pro for iPad will be offered for £4.99 per month or £49 per year, which includes a one-month free trial.
Visit Apple.com for further details.