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Old 13th May 2020
  #9
Gear Maniac
 

Most of the composers I know use Logic until it's time to bounce stems.

Then they'll make a basic Pro Tools session to house them for delivery.

The music editor is the one that needs to knows the ins and outs of Pro Tools to make quick on the fly edits and changes to your delivered session.

However, since you say you're just starting out - you'll very likely be expected to act as your own music editor on your first string of jobs. It would really be a benefit to learn Pro Tools.

There are good tutorials on Groove3 and Lynda.com