Logic Pro and FL Studio make for a very interesting comparison because both are capable and powerful digital audio workstations. Logic Pro runs only on Mac computers, and until recently FL Studio ran only on PCs. But with FL Studio 20, Mac users can enjoy working with the DAW.
The Main Differences Between Logic Pro vs FL Studio
The Main Differences Between Logic Pro vs FL Studio are:
- Logic Pro works exclusively on Macs computers, whereas FL Studio works on Windows and Mac.
- Logic Pro costs $200 but there is no guarantee of lifetime free upgrades, whereas FL Studio buyers get the updates and revisions free forever. Depending on the flavor you choose, you can pay anywhere from $100 to $900 for this DAW.
- Logic Pro is mostly set for 64-bit processing, while FL Studio can run on 32-bit or 64-bit.
- Logic Pro allows you to work with more audio tracks than FL Studio.
Read on to delve deeper into what makes these DAWs ti