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Logic and hardware

Discussion in 'Logic' started by Mikael Dalemo, Jul 5, 2002.

  1. What hardware does logic 5.0 need? (PC)
    Mikael Dalemo
     
  2. tundrkys

    tundrkys Guest

    The system requirements are on their website. along with information about them no longer offering a pc version of the product after Sept 30. I am not trying to tell you what to do, but think about Sonar/Cubase/Samplitude/CoolEditPro
     
  3. larryhanson

    larryhanson Guest

    I'm trying to get into a digital hardware/software setup that will give me at least 8 decent tracks with some effects and automated mixing. I was a Mac guy back in the day but I'm trying to find a system I can afford so I’m willing to defect.

    I have considered upgrading to Logic Platinum since I'm a long time Emagic sequencer user. I used Logic for the midi synchronized to
    (Macromedia) Deck II for the audio tracks on a PowerMac 7100/80, ATTO SCSI accelerator card writing to a RAID array, and I used the standard Mac mini-plug as my input (believe it or not), getting a surprisingly decent signal. I made some 8-track demos with that setup (complete with effects and mixer automation) that I was very satisfied with. I’m looking to create a simple setup like that again, but most of that equipment is either worn-out or scattered during a recent move. I’m using a 4-track tape machine in the interim and it’s killing me, knowing how much easier and flexible it is to do this digitally.

    Any recommendations for a dirt-cheap 8+ track hardware/software setup for basic demos? Thanks in advance.
     

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