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Great for newbies; Logic veterans, not so much.
Logic Pro X may be the successor to the much-beloved 9, but it doesn't succeed on quite as many levels. Yes, it has new plugins (including a fantastic vocal editor that directly rivals Melodyne) and sounds, and if you're new to production or have recently 'graduated' from Garageband, then these will serve you well. But existing Logic users will be turned off by a rehauled workflow that caters more to newbies and fans of other DAWs than the way we knew and loved, as well as a distinct lack of 32-bit plugin support (a much-beloved feature of the previous version, and a big reason why many who upgrade to X return to 9).
Logic Pro X gives a lot of nice features, but it's not so much an upgrade so much as a shift from the previous version.
The best production tool.
I have been using Logic Pro since Apple acquired it (around 2002-2003?), and I wouldn't give it up for the world. I still dabble in Pro Tools when it is necessary, but as a songwriter's tool Logic takes the cake. In no other app have I had the ability to sit down at the computer with zero ideas as to where my song may be going and still have the ability to create from scratch easily. This app keeps getting better and better with every release.
Cool Pro DAW
I started on FL Studio, which is a very cool DAW, and I switched to Logic 'cause I felt more this kind of "Pro" vibe on it and I'm very happy now. It looks more "pro" I think
Anyway, the DAW you use doesn't matter, the more important is what you do with it, so just use the DAW you like.
But for 230$, Apple give you a fully functionnal music production software, with a huuge sound bank, which contain thousands of very cool presets and orchestral thing, lots of acoustic instruments.
If you have an Apple Computer, it is the best DAW yo can get.