But then the machine just keeps going and going after that. Logic X has always felt a little bit like Logic 9 with extra bolted on though, certainly not the rewrite that Final Cut appeared to be. But i would love to see it updated to maybe run it's interface more in a hardware sense via GPU instructions which is separate from the CPU task at hand.
Not sure how do-able that is though, but the screenset changes recently are nice to see. Also, in terms of 'snapiness' and UI performance, the amount of stuff going on in the background nowadays is ridiculous, i had setup a database for my clients to login and see where i am with stuff, which i host on this machine. As a precaution i placed a firewall on here too and boy was that an eye opener when i started opening different apps and plugins up, makes you paranoid when a plugin is contacting an amazon server Why?!
I almost regretted installing it, cause i'm happy not knowing all that's going on or else i get OCD about it! So much relies on so much nowadays, and i think that's true on an OS level too, and much of the 'planned' obsolescence that Apple get tarred with perhaps? I guess i'll be a better judge of that when moving to a newer machine. Kayle Clements composer clementunes.
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They just last well these machines and they're not over expensive. The mini is the only computer left in Apple's line that looks like a real tool to me--ports, size, etc.
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I wish they'd left the SD slot on it, but at least it currently doesn't follow what the laptops are doing 1 flavor of port period. Such great ideas from Apple, these days.
Get a used 2. My Studio. Unfortunate time for a mac pro to die, so close to the release of the new one The mini seems like the best option at the moment if you can live with Mojave Pro Tool I only lost support for one free compressor plugin I had. I was worried about the integrated graphics but sync is solid and video is extremely snappy to work with. Originally Posted by TheMuffinMan So far so good! Little update here, it turns out the new Mac Mini and reportedly new Macbook Pros are not able to provide stability in a low latency USB audio stream.
The dropouts have been a pain, but at least there is a workaround and hopefully Apple will fix this issue also. Granted there were no plugins really running, but still. Originally Posted by srheiss. I was just happy it handled a busy session with a couple hundred tracks sitting silently on the desk right be the mixers. No worries. I love it but I have doubts about it being powerful enough to do any heavy duty mixing.
I am curious how far it can be pushed though.
Is there anyThunderbolt 3 expansion chassis with at least 3 PCIe slots that could be hooked up to accommodate HDX cards and video cards?