IN ADDITION, if you complete the 90-day trial and find you want to purchase the software for yourself, there’s a very cheap and very legit option for purchasing not only Final Cut Pro and Logic Pro, but also Motion (Apple’s version of Adobe After Effects), Compressor (a super-useful video and audio file converter), and MainStage (helpful for live music performances). It’s called the Pro Apps Bundle for Education, and it allows you to purchase $600 worth of software for only $200.
I know, it sounds a bit too good to be true, and I know that it says “for Education” in the title. However, when I bought this I never had to enter in any proof of educational status. I even talked to an Apple employee virtually and they told me I didn’t require it.
So if you’re wanting to take your video and audio workflow to the next level and you own a Mac, I do suggest trying the software with the 90-day trial first, seeing if you like it, and then if you do like it, purchasing the bundle: https://www.apple.com/us-hed/shop/product/BMGE2Z/A/pro-apps-bundle-for-education