Is a trial version of Logic Pro available?
Yes, you can download a free 90-day trial of the latest version of Logic Pro.
When do the 90 days of the trial start?
Your free trial will expire 90 days after you open the application for the first time.
Where can I purchase Logic Pro when the 90-day trial expires?
Logic Pro is available exclusively from the Mac App Store. You can also get Logic Pro if you purchase the Pro Apps Bundle for Education, which includes Final Cut Pro, Motion, Compressor, Logic Pro, and MainStage.
Will the projects I created with the Logic Pro trial work with the purchased version of Logic Pro?
Yes, all projects created with the trial will open and be fully functional in a subsequently purchased version of Logic Pro.
Does the Logic Pro trial have any limitations?
The only limitation is the 90-day time period.
What are the features and system requirements for Logic Pro?
The Logic pro trial is fully functional, and includes the entire Logic Pro sound library. Learn all about the features in Logic Pro and about Logic Pro system requirements.
When I purchase Logic Pro from the Mac App Store or the trial expires, what should I do with the Logic Pro trial application?
You can remove the Logic Pro trial after it expires. To delete the Logic Pro trial, locate the app in the Applications folder in the Finder, drag the app to the trash, then choose Finder > Empty Trash.
You can also remove any Sound Library content you might have downloaded. Choose About This Mac from the Apple menu, click Storage, then click the Manage button for your system storage drive. Content for Logic Pro (as well as other music creation apps, including GarageBand and MainStage) is listed in the Music Creation section. You can view the capacity of the Instrument Library and Apple Loops library and delete each of these items. If you delete content you downloaded with Logic Pro, you might have to download the content again for use with GarageBand.