Apple's creative professional apps – Final Cut Pro X video editing software and Logic Pro X music production suite – get 90-day free trials for a limited time. The 90-day trial is now available for Final Cut Pro X and will be available for Logic Pro X "in the coming days".
The coronavirus pandemic has left many people in their home country and has been unable to go to school or work, so they have access to professionals. Tools that cost hundreds of dollars during this period are a big deal. "We hope customers who are at home looking for something new can try these free trials," Apple's announcement said.
Final Cut Pro X already had a 30-day free trial, but a free trial of any kind completely new to Logic Pro X. Apple does not mention how long the 90-day trial will last, but notes that after the initiative ends, both programs will return to a 30-day trial. In addition, customers who have already downloaded the Final Cut Pro X 30-day trial can take advantage of the extended trial period.
Other music software companies offer similar free deals in the midst of the pandemic. For example, Avid issues a limited number of free 90-day Pro Tools licenses, and Fender offers 1
For those wishing to purchase the software after the trial, Final Cut Pro X will cost $ 299.99 and Logic Pro X will cost $ 199.99 during this period.