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The Unexpected Benefits of Rebuilding a Long-Standing Workflow


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The Unexpected Benefits of Rebuilding a Long-Standing Workflow

Podcasters can be a reluctant bunch about trying new things, myself included. If you use an app like Logic Pro on the Mac, it’s easy to see why. It’s complex and designed to fit so many workflows that once someone finds a path through the maze, they’re likely to keep tracing the same path over and over.

When Apple sent me Logic Pro for iPad to test, I hadn’t changed my editing workflow in years other than tweaking some small things around the edges. That sort of static, unchanging workflow is unusual for me. Part of the reason for regularly switching things up is that I review apps, but that’s only part of it. I experimented with new apps long before I wrote about them because I enjoy the process of tearing down systems and rebuilding them.

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