Solved! Trying to get a older MacBook to run Logic Pro x, help?

ThorZT

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First time getting a MacBook and don't want to get anything expensive, so I'll be fine with an older MacBook, I only want to go on the internet and use Logic Pro X... Help on which older model to pick?
 

getochkn

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First make sure it has a 64bit processor as logic only runs on mac's with that.

OS X 10.11 or later, is required.

other than that, lots of ram always helps DAW software, but getting an older mac, means older HD probably, which will be slow for DAW stuff.

Basically people build the most monster high end PC's they can for audio work because it can and will use every available resource. cheaping out will only make the experience that much more painful. lol.
 

getochkn

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https://support.apple.com/en-ca/HT201948

First make sure it has a 64bit processor as logic only runs on mac's with that.

OS X 10.11 or later, is required.

other than that, lots of ram always helps DAW software, but getting an older mac, means older HD probably, which will be slow for DAW stuff.

Basically people build the most monster high end PC's they can for audio work because it can and will use every available resource. cheaping out will only make the experience that much more painful. lol.
 

ThorZT

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Dec 31, 2016
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i mean i dont want to spend $1000 or more on a laptop when i already have a $6000 gaming pc, i just want a laptop that can run Logic Pro X. But i will see what i can get with some good specs
 
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