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Logic 3.0 (1/1/1998) last to support windows 95 + DOWNLOAD LINK
« on: September 02, 2014, 08:00:39 AM »
most of the content was just taken from the 2.5 logic info + changed to 3.0 it looks like:

LOGIC Audio 3.0 for Windows 95
Utilizing the most modern software technology available, LOGIC Audio seamlessly integrates Digital Audio, MIDI, and professional Scoring into a leading-edge music composition and production system. Due to its speed, precision and unchallenged realtime functionality, LOGIC Audio has established itself as the premier integrated music production system in the world.

User definable Key Commands
Finally, you decide how you want to work. With LOGIC's user definable key commands you have keystroke access to virtually every function within the program. Imagine having your own set of customized key strokes to navigate your song with lightening speed. No other cross-platform compatible program offers this level of user configuration.

90 User definable Screen sets
LOGIC multiplies the number of your monitors by 90! Even the largest computer screen isn't big enough for today's desktop recording needs. With a simple keystroke you can switch between 90 definable screens which you can design with a never ending multitude of editor combinations. With LOGIC, you're only limited by your imagination.

Interactive MIDI Editors.
LOGIC has five primary edit windows for viewing and fine tuning notes, velocities, note lengths, controller data, arrangements, SYSEX data, and much more. The Arrange window is for track/part arrangement and realtime manipulation of track/sequence performance. The Score window provides drag and drop editing of notation for professional quality scoring, either for a single part or an entire master score.
The Event List offers a highly detailed view of actual events from the highest level (e.g; a complete song) to the lowest (individual events). Add to these the Matrix Editor for the classic 'piano roll' view of notes, and the Hyper Editor for vertical representation of all data from notes to complex controller data. You can freely combine any or all of these editors and save each configuration as a recallable Screen Set. All windows are interactive, and you can access any part of your music for simultaneous manipulation in all editors. Any change in one window is immediately reflected in all other editors. In realtime!

Tightest Timing Engine Available
LOGIC Audio's MIDI sequencer offers an unsurpassed resolution of 960 ppq. All events playback exactly as you recorded them. With 100% non destructive quantize, and an option to create your own quantization grids, you have control over the slightest of rhythmic nuances. With an integrated MIDI and Audio program, internal synchronization issues are crucial; LOGIC Audio's timing accuracy of 1/10,000 of a bpm can mean the difference between a robotic beat and a pumping groove.

The Environment
LOGIC's Environment represents an exponential leap forward in studio management. Fully integrated into the LOGIC system, the Environment allows you to represent all of your physical studio hardware in the form of virtual objects. Single Instruments represent single sounds from your varied MIDI devices. Multitimbral synthesizers are represented by Multi Instrument Objects, complete with 10 banks of patch names, all major and user definable bank select commands on all sixteen channels. All objects and devices can be controlled via virtual faders, buttons, switches or even SYSEX. Of course, everything can be fully automated. LOGIC's support files come with virtual mixers, patch lists of many popular synths, SYSEX editors, MMC templates for the Alesis Adat, Roland's VS880 and much more.

But the Environment doesn't stop there... you can freely configure the MIDI signal flow to include one or more of the Real Time Virtual Objects. For example; the Arpeggiator, MIDI Delay, Transformers that convert any MIDI event into any other MIDI event, Cable Switchers or the Chord Memorizer, that allows you to play complex chords by pressing a single key. These objects can be used as often as you want. There are no limitations: from an effect bypass switch, to a virtual analog sequencer. This variety and flexibility can only be found in LOGIC Audio.

LOGIC + Audio = LOGIC Audio
LOGIC is available as a standalone MIDI recording and Scoring package. It can be easily upgraded at any time to LOGIC Audio, which adds the seamless integration of digital audio recording along with a full suite of DSP functionality. LOGIC Audio's DSP functions set new standards in sound quality and calculation speed. Audio recordings appear just like MIDI recordings as horizontal beams in the Arrange window. Both audio and MIDI behave almost identically within LOGIC Audio. The tempo of the MIDI playback can be simply adapted to imported Audio Recordings. Audio Objects (Audio Regions) can be rearranged, cut, copied, shortened, stretched and much, much more. The Strip Silence function can divide longer Audio Objects automatically. All this, of course, non destructively and in realtime. For Multimedia productions you can playback AVI movies within a song. LOGIC Audio's professional functions turn film synchronization into an easy task. The Stereo Sample Editor ensures phase locked editing of both sides of a stereo signal. Besides the standard sample editing functions like Cut, Normalize, Change Gain, Silence, Fade In/Out, Invert, Reverse and Remove DC-Offset, the Digital Factory offers you many more features, going far beyond most stand alone sample editors available.

Digital Factory
LOGIC Audio includes an incredible suite of DSP functions knows as the Digital Factory. These algorithms include:

    Audio to MIDI Groove Templates, allowing you to apply the groove of Audio recordings i.e. drumloops, to your MIDI sequences.
    The Quantize Engine, which enables you to quantize your Audio recordings directly, just like quantizing MIDI.
    "Audio to Score" which turns monophonic Audio recordings into MIDI notes, and of course,editable notation.
    Maximize the volume impact with the Audio Energizer so that even flat recordings will make an impression in the final mix.
    The Groove Machine can add swing to your audio recordings; a.k.a. "Regroove Digital Audio"!
    The Silencer eliminates annoying noise or unwanted clicks.
    Time Machine The Time Machine allows you to make simultaneous yet independent alterations to the pitch and/or length of an audio recording with impressive speed and quality: the processing of a file with, for instance, a Pentium 100, may even take less time than the length of the file itself, depending on the material. Correct a singer's pitch, shorten a jingle, or create new sounds. Thanks to built in multitasking, manipulations can be carried out during playback.

The True Cross Platform Solution
Continue working without interruption, even when you change your audio hardware. Standard audio file formats are supported and the conversion of audio files is fully implemented between Windows and Mac OS systems.

LOGIC Audio is the embodiment of Technology with Soul. It will help you fully explore the whole range of creative options in the world of modern MIDI and Digital Audio Editing, and is your best choice both now and into the future.
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Re: Logic 3.0 (1/1/1998) last to support windows 95 + DOWNLOAD LINK
« Reply #1 on: November 08, 2018, 08:42:46 AM »

Windows PC
Here are some specifications and suggestions to keep in mind when working with LOGIC under Windows 95

When buying a new computer or upgrading your existing machine, the minimum you should consider for LOGIC is an Intel Pentium running at 100 MHz.
However, we strongly recommend that you invest in at least a 133 MHz CPU for a number of reasons. Firstly, the price difference is quite small, so there is no real reason to buy a slightly less expensive CPU today which will be a technological "antique" tomorrow. Only the "state of the art" models like 166 MHz, 200 MHz or Pentium Pro 200 chips could be considered extravagant from a price point of view, but don't rule them out if you demand superlative audio performance. Secondly, the faster processor offers clear advantages when working in a professional studio environment; faster redraws, faster processing equals less waiting and more playing.

LOGIC also work on machines with Cyrix CPUs. In some cases, these CPUs provide higher performance than Pentium based chips at very competitive prices.

Even though we quote a minimum of 12 MB of RAM for LOGIC Audio, we strongly recommend 16 MB as being a much more realistic starting point. Bear in mind that you get a massive increase in speed under Windows 95 if you have at least 32 MB of RAM so, as always, consider your working conditions honestly when purchasing.

Hard Disk
When working with digital audio, we suggest a minimum size of 1GB E-IDE.
However, if you are working with we strongly recommend that you consider a SCSI hard drive, because they provide a faster Data transfer rate and the seek time is faster than on IDE drives. In general, we have found that SCSI drives are more reliable and stable, especially in demanding around the clock studio conditions.

The prices of good quality, high specification, SCSI drives are nearly the same as IDE drives, so be careful of false economy when making your choice.

You should not buy the cheapest SCSI drive you can get, because in some cases the performance of such drives is not as good as specified. The best choice would be disk with the "AV" extension. These drives are optimized for the work with audio and video files.

Graphic Card
Graphic cards found the mid-price segment will give you enough power to work with most applications and also with LOGIC. If you want to have more graphic impact you should invest in a higher priced card. You should always use your graphic card with the newest drivers, because the quality and functionality of the card depends to a large extent on the performance of the driver.

Your monitor is one of the most important components in your system, especially if you work long hours on a daily basis. LOGIC allow you to work with multiple linked editors - and therefore multiple open windows - at the same time. Our unique Screensets provide the best way of navigating through your compositions, but you can get the best from all that7 LOGIC offers if you also invest in a good quality monitor. We recommend a 17" monitor as a minimum for regular professional use, and these are available at increasingly affordable prices, so we advise you to shop around.

Sound Card
In general, you can use LOGIC Audio with most modern, good quality soundcards. It is important that the card supports the "Full Duplex" Mode in 16-bit at 44.1 kHz. This means you can record and playback audio at the same time. The results you can obtain from a particular card depend very often on the performance of its drivers. In many cases, problems with sound cards can be solved with newer driver versions that are readily available at the Websites of the card manufacturers. Drivers are being constantly improved, so you should always use your sound card with the newest drivers.
We can provide a compatibility list of sound cards we have tested with LOGIC.

MIDI Interface
The variety of available MIDI Interfaces is very broad, ranging from single port devices handling 16 channels, all the way up to rack-mount time code synchronizers with 8 or more ports, each port capable of handling 16 MIDI channels. How to choose the right one can be as complex as deciding on the right computer, but you should also consider your future requirements when purchasing. Regardless of your final choice, LOGIC work with all known Midi Interfaces and come complete with Environment setups for many popular models.
We hope the above information will help you make the right equipment choice to get the most satisfying performance from your Emagic product.