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  1. I've read people reporting a bug that the front audio is coming out of the rear port (black) and vice versa This is not a bug It's a design feature of the original kX drivers for Windows, and has been translated over to OS X, as with most Live/Audigy series cards, the DA converter for the rear outputs is actually better quality that the DAC on the front outputs. More Info
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    MacBook Air Beaten

    http://gizmodo.com/395419/voodoos-envy-133...-notebook-alive summary: 0.7" thick (17.78mm for those using modern terms), 13.3" display (337.82mm) 2 USB ports (1 can also act as an eSATA connection) Multi-touch keypad External optical drive bundled (why can't Apple do this?)
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    instruments PRO LOGIC 8

    they're part of the application package itself, so there are no seperate files open logic, enable your core audio driver (or NO plugins will show) create a new instrument track, and in the channel strip just above the fader are two boxes, the one on the bottom is the output destination, and it should say "Output 1/2" the box immediately above that is the input source, it should be blank hold your mouse down on that and a menu will appear with all available instruments
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    Which USB interface for osx86 logic 8?

    if you can find an old audigy or audigy 2 card with firewire, drop that in and the firewire port'll work perfectly
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    instruments PRO LOGIC 8

    are yuo talking about the built in instruments (ESx, ESX24), or the sampler instruments for the EXS24?
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    Live!/Audigy series may get OSX drivers

    the firewire port on my Audigy 2 ZS works fine in OSX - iirc to get it working on the front panel interface you need to connect a cable from the card to the live drive
  7. i currently have the two disk system/audio setup (in addition to a windows disk and a time machine disk) and haven't noticed any problems yet
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    interface

    all macs have a generic stereo in/out interface that wil lwork within logic, though you'll probably want an external device, preferably firewire - for LE 7, any core audio supported interface will do fine (though i recommend upgraded to LE 8, 7 is EXTREMELY limited in what it can do)
  9. yeah you can use dual monitors with logic, i used a 6600 and a 7200gs on my old system (p4 3.2) all was good though i recommend one drive for the system, one for sample libraries, and one for your audio projects (or if budget is tight, use the same drive for samples and audio projects)
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    New products at WWDC

    tablet mac
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    Anyone run Pro Tools on a Hackintosh?

    not neccessarily, some versions of M-Powered (i think the education versions mostly) require an iLok, while others just require you have specific M-Audio hardware and btw digidesign have released a leopard compatible "pre-release" version http://www.digidesign.com/index.cfm?navid=...on=news_details
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    Where can I find a working PSP emulator?

    I don't know about that, there's something nostalgic about playing Zelda 4 for GBC fullscreen on a 17" monitor
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    Mac Pro Questions (Newest Version)

    don't bother with the second superdrive, any pata/sata drive will work (the two ODD_SATA ports are active, and often used for eSATA connectivity) however unless your drive is a Pioneer or other brand apple ship, it may not properly support disc burning (keep the superdrive in there, and then add a second sata drive) any other questions you have about the config of the new mac pros, just ask, i have one sitting under my desk now
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    **Starcraft** problem

    iirc theres a universal binary update for starcraft - you may need that
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    Apple Logic 8.0.1

    you can create what ever keyboard shortcuts you need in logic: Logic - Preferences - Key Commands
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