|Jul 19, 2009, 06:11 PM||#1|
pro tools 8 LE macbook pro
Hi guys im new to macs i am currently running pro tools 8 on windows funiily enough on a quad core pc with 2 gig of ram
pro tools seems to run ok on it when it works fine i produce dance music run around 30 tracks a session with loads of plugs etc reverbs delays on most tracks .
But i have decided to change to mac to hopefully iron out all the problems i get with pt on windows
im going to hopefully purchase a mac book pro with 4 gig of ram i may upgrade it to 8 .
will this be powerfull enough to run pro tools 8 le running say 10 plug ins 30 odd tracks all with eqs on cpressors and what mac book would i need to go for surely the 2.5 spec macbookpro would be sufficiant
|Jul 19, 2009, 07:18 PM||#2|
I'm not sure personally, but I do know my dad's iMac (07 iMac I think, 667MHz RAM, 2.4GHz I think) ran too slow for him, it worked I think, but he moved it to his 8-core Mac Pro.
So I'm not sure how your MBP will go.
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|Jul 19, 2009, 08:21 PM||#3|
same with delays, but those don't chew up resources like reverbs do...
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