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Discussion in 'Digital Audio' started by hendrik84, Apr 5, 2011.
What type of Mac do you have running your Logic Express/Studio 9?
im running logic pro 9 through my 13" MBpro
works just fine
Logic Pro 9 on a 2011 15" MacBook Pro 2GHz Quad, 8GB RAM.
MBP 2.8ghz c2d with 4 GB ram. Getting ready to install a seagate hybrid ssd/hdd. Running Logic Express right now, I figure it wise at this point to wait for Logic 10 to buy the upgrade to studio.
2.0 GHz, 2GB aluminium macbook,
The audio engine was not able to process all required data in time.
Only using 16 tracks...
MBA 2010 13" ultimate.
not a single issue
24 inch white iMac with 2.16 GHz core dual CPU, 3MB RAM.
I really don't see how people can use Logic on a 13" screen.
Me neither, I have a 22" screen hooked up to my 13" laptop. Mind you that isn't my usual setup, I usually work on my bandmate's iMac.
I haven't bought Logic 9 yet, still using Logic 8
iMac 21.5" 3.06 GHz
it works well.
if someone could send me Logic 9 it would be appreciated
That is very cool! What is your audio HDD?
I'm on the 2011 13" and no probs either.
Latest Mac Pro - Although before this I had Logic 7 on my G4 MDD.... so this was a long overdue upgrade (I keep my Studio Macs for Audio+Video separate from my main "do stuff" system)
Intel white iMac 1.83ghz w/ 2gigs of ram although I get way more tracks & mileage on my MBPro 2.53ghz w/ 4gigs of ram.
Only just picked her up tho. So not had chance to upgrade the RAM yet, next months pay check should cover that tho. looking at going to 16GB on 4x4GB sticks.
Initial thoughts are good.
15" Macbook Pro
Mac OS X 10.6.7
2.4 Ghz Intel Core Duo
4 GB 667 MHz DDR2 SDRAM
Its basically when you have more than one operating system on your machine so when you turn it on it then provides you an option as to which operating system you want to use.Logic Pro 9 streamlines the technical side of things, so you can record, edit, and mix it, too.In all honesty there are quite a few permutations of the type of setup you may be looking for but what is mentioned above is just designed to be a guiding a start.