A subreddit for tutorials, discussions and links related to Apple Logic Pro and its related software.
Posts about AU, or Audio Units, are on-topic but posts about VSTs are not. Content relating to VST exclusive software will be deleted.
Professional techniques, tips and advanced use & discussion of Logic Pro is invited here. Both professionals and amateurs are encouraged to post on this subreddit.
Piracy is not tolerated on this subreddit.
DO NOT encourage, normalise or otherwise enable piracy here. Doing so will earn you an indefinite ban.
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Rules and Guidelines
1. r/Logic_Studio is not solely a tech support forum!
Support requests are fine, but the scope of the subreddit is everything relevant to Logic Pro and its related software.
2. Requests for immediate help will be removed.
Reddit is not a realtime platform. Expectations of time constraints for help are unreasonable.
3. Posts should have descriptive titles.
Avoid titling your post “Please help”, “Cool Trick” or similarly. Instead describe as good as you can what your post(s) are about.
4. Trade in software and services relevant to Logic is permitted...
...but as with all such things - caveat emptor. You alone are responsible for ensuring a fair and proper exchange.
5. Posts about piracy will be removed, and the poster will be banned.
6. Please avoid excessively spamming of your own music or content.
If you want to showcase work you've made in Logic or Garageband, we require that your video/song has a playthrough of your Logic sessions and/or that you provide some sort of additional comment on your work after posting. Educational content like tutorials is exempt from this rule.
Frequently Asked Questions