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Logic 9 Logic 9.1 32-bit?

Discussion in 'Logic 9' started by iggs, Feb 11, 2010.

  1. iggs

    iggs New Member

    OK ... stoopid noob question of the day ... :redface:

    Running Logic Pro 9 (just ran the Apple update to 9.1) on my MacBook Pro OSX 10.6.2, 2.53 Core2 Duo w/4GB RAM.

    On startup, Logic shows up with a little (32-bit) in brackets on the splash screen. It either was not there before or I did not notice it. I just recently bought Logic 9 and this was a first update.

    I thought Logic 9 was 64-bit? Did this update revert it for some reason or ... :confused:

    Thanks all!
  3. Right click on the application in Finder (or Command + i) and you'll see the option to launch in 32 or 64-bit.
  4. Markdvc

    Markdvc Administrator Staff Member

    I added this question to the Logic 9 FAQ

    kind regards

  5. mmm42

    mmm42 Senior member

    Question already answered, but with "only" 4GB of memory there is very little reason to go beyond 32-bit anyway.
  6. iggs

    iggs New Member

    Right ... would it be *better* to run in 32-bit to avoid unnecessary memory drain?

    I run a lot of guitar tracks with Guitar Rig 4 (8-12, not all at the same time though) and usually 1 or 2 instrument tracks and some vocals with EQ, Compressor + a few FX buses for Reverb and such.


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