Considering switching to Logic Pro X Hi everyone, I'm working in film music and have been using Pro Tools for more than 10 years. Avid just launched Pro Tools 12 and their infamous new licensing policy (subscription/support plan). Basically if you don't get on the plan ($199/year or $599/year for Pro Tools HD) you lose the ability to get upgrades in the future and you have to buy PT at full price again. They announced a bunch of new cloud features for PT12 but nobody cares yet Avid wants us to believe it's the next big thing. Anyway... I still use Pro Tools and I have a year to decide what I want about the new "plan". Meanwhile, I could get Logix Pro X for $199, with no ilok protection, with no subscription crap, with no limitation between an HD version and a vanilla version (that's what Pro Tools non-HD is called). Now... I have tried in the past to use Logic, that was with version 9. Unfortunately I was never able to get used to its workflow and (supposedly) complex, if not complicated, UI. But I don't mind the learning curve either. Things have changed now with X. I also need to work with OMF/AAF on a regular basis, I use a lot of VIs (Reason, NI Komplete, Vienna, Synthmaster, Pianoteq, to name a few). How about working with video in Logic X? What would you recommend? I know I can't "try" Logic - just looking for some advice. Should I try garageband first? I'm on 10.10.2 and a cMP 5,1 with 40 GB or ram, plus another cMP 1,1 with 16 of ram. Both are running with Yosemite.