How large is Logic Pro X in total?

Discussion in 'Digital Audio' started by Aluminum213, Jul 16, 2013.

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    Aluminum213

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    600+mb was initial download, then it installs another 2GB, then it says there are over 20GB of additional content to download


    How big is this?
     
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    From the store: Minimum 5GB of disk space. 35GB of optional content available via in-app download.

    If you don't want all the instruments and (I imagine) demo songs etc - the extras are not required to run the program.
     
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    Diastro

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    Unfortunately there are no demo songs included in Logic Pro X. Bummer!
     
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    seisend

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    yes there are.

    Navigate to "Help" and you will find something like "Logic Demo Song" and it will load "Helena Beat" by "Foster The People".
     
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    Diastro

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    Wow cool, thanks!
     
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    Does Logic Pro X come with all the Apple Loops and the Sound Banks?
     
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    Nice. I didn't know this until now. :cool:
     
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    I wish there was a breakdown of exactly what the additional 35GB of content was, in terms of instruments vs. loops. I don't really need loops, but of course instruments are great.
     
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    Macman45

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    Yep, and it retains all the old stuff in a legacy folder...can't remember exactly how big my full install is on the iMac and my rMBP, but small it isn't...however, it is a big improvement over 9.
     
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    AppleDeviceUser

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    Turns out it's also in Logic Pro 9
     
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    Speaking of demos, I have search the web but can't find any other demo projects. It would be nice to see more.
     
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    The one that IS actually there is a pretty poor demo IMO....It would be nice if Apple released a couple of decent ones that we could "de-construct" It would really help with the learning curve.
     
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    rockstarjoe

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    I don't suppose there is an easy way to move the downloadable content to a different location from within Logic X, is there? I use an SSD for my main drive so I like to move samples / loops / etc to a different drive. This was not so easy in Logic 9. Just wondering if they improved it in this version.
     

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