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computer spec question

Discussion in 'Recording' started by goodge, Dec 11, 2006.

  1. goodge

    goodge Guest

    Hi people
    A brief question I've decided to buy a Mac and am considering the

    Macbook

    2.0GHz Intel Core 2 Duo
    1GB memory
    80GB hard drive

    And was wondering is this sufficient processing power and memory to run the latest version of logic without to much cpu drain from audio processing, sampling, midi, without having to bounce down processed audio tracks many times throughout a project. I will be using logics reverbs, plates, compression and akoustic piano plug in. Reliability from the macbook is a must as it will be used for recording live sessions of bands etc With a metric halo and FR liquid channels when mobile recording and will genrally be the new heart of my studio any comments review links regarding these matters will be very much appreciated.

    Thanks
     
  2. jasondirckze

    jasondirckze Guest

    I would probably max out the RAM... And get yourself a larger external FW HD. But yeah, I would imagine that to be sufficient for what you are wanting to achieve.
     

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