Logic Pro 8 10.6 and L8

#3
Logic 8 and SnowBird... Uh Snow Leopard

I have a friend that [was] a programmer for Apple, He no longer is but is still well connected .I asked him if I would get better performance out of Logic 8 if I upgraded to Snow Leopard? As I did not upgrade to Leopard and currently use Tiger 10.4.11. He recommended for me to save my money. The performance gain would be negligible, if at all, seeing that Snow Leopard is still a 32 bit OS. Logic 8 is a 32 bit app.

I would like better performance, but if upgrading won't give it to me then why spend the money. It does not grow on any trees in my yard.

"Round and round the upgrade Merry-Go-Round"

Howie

MacBook Pro 17"
MacBookPro2,1
Intel Core 2 Duo
2.33 GHz
Total Number Of Cores: 2
L2 Cache (per processor): 4 MB
4 GB RAM
Bus Speed: 667 MHz
Boot ROM Version: MBP21.00A5.B08
SMC Version: 1.14f5
 
#4
"I would like better performance.."

me too.. lets see how many L9 users say it feels "snappier" and "less CPU hungry" on 10.6...
this reminds me was that barefeats logic template ever set up so they could do comparisons for logic users ? mods?//

im sure one of the early adopters will ring in over the weekend
 
#6
-lets see how many L9 users say it feels "snappier" and "less CPU hungry" on 10.6...

looks at the psychological effect known as "its new it must be better" syndrome..
i hope it really is both snappier and less CPU hungary..

-this reminds me was that barefeats logic template ever set up so they could do comparisons for logic users ? mods?//

there was talk of getting barefeats.com to do comparative tests on logic and OS/hardware variations so we could get some objective verification of improvements.
 
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