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Logic 9 Low Memory and Snow Leopard

Discussion in 'Logic 9' started by JGS, May 25, 2010.

  1. JGS

    JGS Member

    Hi All,

    I'm about to try SL on a system backup drive because I've been getting 'low memory' warnings and crashes. I'm hoping that working in 64 bit in SL will eliminate this problem.

    Is there anyone who can confirm that L9 with OS 10.6.3 eliminates the 4 gb RAM limit of Logic allowing the Logic project to access the available RAM?

  3. Janne

    Janne Member

    Yes it does...

    But You got to have more than 4Gb of memory in Your Mac and You have to run Logic 9.1 in 64-bit mode (Do a "show info/cmd+I" on Logics application).

    I recently upgraded to 12Gb and Logic runs great!
  4. Markdvc

    Markdvc Administrator Staff Member

    In case you haven't come across it, FAQ 9 links to an Apple KB dealing with Logic and Mainstage in 64 bit.

    No memory problems here running Logic Pro 9.1.1 in 10.6.3 with 13 GB RAM in my Dual Quad Mac Pro.

    kind regards

  5. JGS

    JGS Member

    Great! Thanks for the quick encouragement! I have 24 GB Ram in my main MacPro. I'm ready to roll.
  6. eartoyz

    eartoyz Member

    64bit rawks with Logic and all of Spectrasonics, and there is also a Kontakt beta which seems to be fine as well.
    Just beware the 32 bit bridge is unstable for some third party plug-ins and will crash, but won't always take your song down with it.

    Best of luck!
    Alan Hayes
  7. Eli

    Eli Senior member

    Where can I find this Kontakt beta? I just logged into the Native Instruments site and the newest update I saw there was 4.0.5. Does that version run in 64 bit mode when called up as an AU within Logic / 64 bits mode / Snow Leopard?
  8. Cypha

    Cypha New Member

    I noticed that the beta forum has disappeared. Seems the beta's finished and it's in the final testing stage now.


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