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Logic Pro 7.2 working excellent on x86 intel p4

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from the web site :




please note:


I have no Crack version of Logic Pro... I have the Xskey for Logic Pro 7.2 ,so it works fine in my P4 x86 10.44 machine....


and some important thing translated here:


1)the P4 3.0 G 1 Ram machine can run Logic Pro 7's demo song . but not smothly.. we must freeze some audio instruments track to run it well...


2)all the plug in can run greatly in P4 x86 10.44 machine....


3) the P4 3.0 G 1 Ram machine performance just like the PPC G4 Dual 1.4G in Logic Pro running.


4) We test 35 Exs24 samplers and 3 Space Designer reverb plug-ins in Logic Pro in the P4 3.0 G 1 Ram machine . the CPU performance is just about 60%-70%.... great!!


5) we did not test the Logic Node as we have no the giga bite lan card, but it should be OK as Apple said " all intel and PPC both can be mixed to use as the Logic Node"


6) no third-part audio plug-in can be used now.....

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Thanks for the post


As for no plugins working..Does this include the universal binaries comming out or were you not able to test those.


Stylus rmx / Ableton / Arturia / reason and a few others have UB's out or comming out.


Good to know though that logic on a pc is running smooth.






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Just want to say that the logic express works excellent on p4 sse2 northwood 2.8 Ghz, and most with the express 7.2.1 update !

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