Logik For Mac

Posted : admin On 2/1/2022

Logic Pro X for Mac includes a massive collection of instruments, effects, and loops, providing a complete toolkit to create amazing-sounding music. Through this software, you can make audio recording functionality alongside world-class virtual instruments, effects, and thousands of high-quality audio samples and loops. Logic Pro X is a complete professional recording studio on the Mac. Try it now with a free 90-day trial.

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This guide will explain how to install vDeskOnline on a Mac based device.

Logic For Mac


A device with Mac OSX (excluding tablets and phones).


• An internet connection
• Your vDeskOnline login details


Step One

Go to https://www.citrix.com/en-gb/downloads/workspace-app/mac/workspace-app-for-mac-latest.html and download the latest version of Citrix Workspace for Mac.

Run the file that has downloaded and complete the setup wizard. Please note, your Mac may ask for your local username and password to verify the install.

Restart your local device.


Step Four

You can log on to Citrix via two ways; the workspace application or a web browser.

Application: You may be asked for a work email or server details. Please enter go.vdeskonline.com. Then enter your vDeskOnline login details and you’re good to go.

Webpage: Simply copy and paste go.vdeskonline.com in to your browser. You will be presented with a login page. Enter your vDeskOnline login details.

Step Five

When using vDeskOnline for the first time, you may asked to install Citrix Receiver.

If you are prompted with this message simply select the “Already Installed” option.

You may also be asked to open the Citrix Receiver Launcher. Simply select the checkbox that says “Remember my choice” and then open.

Logic Pro X for Windows

You may be embarking on a new musical journey or looking to upgrade your existing DAW to an industry standard like Pro Tools, much like when Macs became the tool of choice for designers, in recent years Logic Pro has become the same for Studios, producers, Podcasters, musicians. So if you are here, it's very likely that you have one of these questions on your mind.
  1. Is there a Logic Pro X for Windows?
  2. Can I install Logic Pro X on a Windows PC
  3. I don't have a Mac, but I want to use Logic Pro X
  4. Is there an alternative to Logic Pro X for Windows
I too asked the same questions, so I thought why not save everyone some time by sharing my answers to these questions that I found when searching.
The Apple device realm is a very tempting one, lets face it they look really really cool, so when choosing a platform to create on it's hardly surprising that many people choose them. Once part of the ecosystem, the devices have been designed to work together seamlessly, so it's another compelling reason to go the Apple route. Add to that the brilliantly user friendly software and it's pretty much a done deal. Or is it?
If money is an issue, as it is for many of use in these difficult time, it's harder these days to rationalize expensive purchases like new devices, and in the case of an Apple device the cost is significant. With the branding adding zeros to the prices, built in obsolescence and the inability to upgrade. Either purchasing new hardware to facilitate access to newer versions of software or moving platforms to to access software not available on your existing platform starts looking a lot less enticing.
All of this brought me to ask the questions.

Is there a Logic Pro for Windows?

Short answer, no. At this time Logic Pro X is only available for Macs and you will likely need a newer Mac to run the most recent version.

Can I Install Logic Pro X for Windows?

Not directly, but you could install Mac OSX on a virtual machine running in Windows, then install Logic Pro X in Windows after that. Not recommended at all, but it might give you an idea whether it's worth while buying a Mac in the first place.

Logic For Imac

I don't have a Mac, but I want to use Logic Pro X

In this case you can't unless you go the virtual machine route, however if you happen to have an iPhone or iPad instead, you could install the iOS version of GarageBand and use it for tracking. The projects it creates can be exported to Logic Pro X.

Is there an alternative to Logic Pro X for Windows

Yes, Many, I will be investigation these in a later post.
Hopefully, these answers this will help you decide on your own solution for Logic Pro X for Windows. It's not an easy choice. Personally, I went the Windows route even though I'd owned a Mac and other Apple devices, but of course it's a different choice for everyone.