It’s here at last and the streets are quiet — at least where we all are. Lockdown has commenced, which means a lot of us have free time on our hands. Some are choosing to finally learn that musical instrument, while others… they might want to take a shot at some new software skills.
Apple hopes tho help there. The smartphone, computer and software maker has made its Final Cut Pro X software free to try for a full 90 days — which is a long time to spend with R5,000+ post-processing software. And its Logic Pro X music production software will be following suit as well — users will soon have the chance to spend three months getting to know the ins and outs of the app.
Get it here
The trial for Final Cut Pro X is already live — you can find it right here. All you need to do is enter your details and then hammer the ‘Download’ button and you could be up-skilling in as long as it takes as your straining internet connection to pull the files down.
Logic Pro X’s trial has yet to go live but you should be able to access it from this page when it does. Both products will function for 90 days but the trial period won’t last forever. Eventually things will go back to “normal” — a 30-day trial for Final Cut Pro X and (likely) no trial at all for Logic Pro X.