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Logic 9 - Maxed Out CPU

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Hello,

 

I've just finished installing a fresy copy of Snow Leopard (10.6.5), and Logic Pro 9 (9.1.3). It all works great, except that fact that my CPU is getting maxed-out really quickly.

 

I mean, one instance of Korg M1 and a few other Waves plugins, and that's it... weird...

 

Here's a screenshot here:

 

screenshot20101112at103.png

 

I've got an Intel Core 2 Duo CPU @ 1.73 GHz with 3 GB of Ram (DDR2). I know it's not an ideal setup, but it shouldn't spike my CPU just like that.

 

Has this happened to anyone else? Do you have any ideas about what to do?

 

Thanks

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Hello,

 

I've just finished installing a fresy copy of Snow Leopard (10.6.5), and Logic Pro 9 (9.1.3). It all works great, except that fact that my CPU is getting maxed-out really quickly.

 

I mean, one instance of Korg M1 and a few other Waves plugins, and that's it... weird...

 

Here's a screenshot here:

 

screenshot20101112at103.png

 

I've got an Intel Core 2 Duo CPU @ 1.73 GHz with 3 GB of Ram (DDR2). I know it's not an ideal setup, but it shouldn't spike my CPU just like that.

 

Has this happened to anyone else? Do you have any ideas about what to do?

 

Thanks

 

 

you need core2 quad at least

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