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Logic TDM will this work ????

Discussion in 'Logic TDM' started by simondo3, Aug 1, 2013.

  1. simondo3

    simondo3 New Member


    can someone help with this.
    Ive currently got a G5 running 10.4.9 with a PTHD2 rig and PT 7.3.1.

    I plan to use Logic as the front end all the time so if I wanted to update to 10.5.8 and PT8 to work with Logic 8 do I really need to buy and install PT8 or can I get away with just downloading the correct DAE file like in the old OS9 days

    excuse my naivety but Ive been on a OS9 Mix rig all these years and Ive only just moved across to PTHD on OSX ;)

    Anyone know what the most stable Logic 8/DAE/DTDM system is on G5 ppc, not bothered what OS or version of PT as long as its responsive and stable

    cheers peeps

    Si :D
  3. simondo3

    simondo3 New Member

    bump bump
  4. Doug Zangar

    Doug Zangar Senior member

    I have no idea. I'm not sure how many people will know this on this forum as it deals more with PT than Logic and it's old technology that most(?) people are not current on. While this is the right spot to post here, have you posted over at the Avid/PT forum?
  5. tigerman

    tigerman Senior member

    this is a completely different question from the one you have done to me on private message, i hardly remember the ppc stuff to be honest, i've dropped it when logic 7.2 was out, so i don't know anything newer on ppc.
    don't know wich logic version you have right now, but from logic 8 on ppc performances are really crap, so i strongly suggest you to use logic 7 on ppc.
    10.4.9 is the best system also for your task.
    from logic 7.2 you must use pro-tools 7 or newer, that's the only thing i remember :)

    not sure about logic8 pt8 and 10.5.x on ppc, for sure you have to buy pt8, well you can't buy it anymore, you have to find someone that gives you an ilok asset for pt8, and someone else that gives you a pt8 install dvd.
    check avid for compatibility.


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