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Remember Me? The No. Today’s Posts competitions support us FAQ advertise our advertisers newsletter. When you buy products through links across our site, we may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more. My Studio. New user -Logic Pro for High Sierra As a novice in the world of DAWs I find myself turning to Garageband for quick and easy recording and composing.
I like it more and more because Would it be possible to temporarily -i. I’ve been able to do this in the past with other App-store purchased software, but won’t take it for granted as Logic isn’t exactly cheap. I understand there was a period when Logic had a lot of bugs causing crashes and such. I’d like to avoid that. Last edited by rhythmcomposer; 19th January at PM.. Actually, Logic Pro is relatively inexpensive compared to most other DAWs but Apple makes their money back with the generated hardware sales.
I want to continue using it for editing audio because Logic Pro, although usable on the audio editing side, lacks depth of features. Yes -this is what I’m saying: MacOS What I’m asking if I can temporarily boot into Hopefully I’ll be alerted that the system requirements aren’t met, but I can choose to download an older version which works for MacOS Obviously I don’t want to experiment with this as it costs a fair bit of money, hoping someone reading may know or have done this themselves before I buy.
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Logic Pro Multicore Benchmarktest! To appeal to a broader user base, including many musicians and bedroom producers, Apple managed to hide the complexity by simplifying the user interface over the years. When you write open terminal Of course, Apple is not in the charity business, and they have their little tricks of requiring recent hardware to run the latest Logic update. Welcome to Apple Support Community. Sorry to hear that and hope you have saved all your audio files and know where they are located.