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Author Topic: Emagic Logic v4.0 (Aug 1999) Requirements (Windows 98+ or System 7.6.1+)  (Read 1733 times)

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reccommended for use with a pentium II cpu, or a G3 processor

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Trying to install logic audio 4.0 on windows 95 is not possible.. the installer will error out, you must use windows 98 or higher

http://web.archive.org/web/19991010010734/http://www.emagic.de/english/products/logicline/lap.html
http://web.archive.org/web/20000302122528/http://emagic.de/english/products/logicline/lap4.html

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System Requirements Windows

    Pentium 200
    Windows 98
    64 MB RAM
    MME compatible sound card

Recommended:

    Pentium II
    128 MB RAM
    Hard disk for audio files only
    Digital audio card
    MIDI interface

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System Requirements Mac

    Power Macintosh (120 MHz or better)
    System 7.6.1 (or newer)
    64 MB RAM

Recommended:

    G3 processor
    128 MB RAM
    Hard disk for audio files only
    Digital audio card
    MIDI interface

System Requirements Hard Disk

    Transfer rate >3 MB/s
    Average access time <10 ms
    Sufficient capacity (approx. 5 MB/track minute)
    With IDE-drives the CD-ROM drive should use the other channel
    UW-SCSI-Controller suggested for external hard drives

 
        

Hardware Support

The multiple hardware support in Logic Audio Platinum 4.0 allows the simultaneous use of different types of audio hardware in one computer - e.g. a combination of two Audiowerk8 and a Sonorus Stud I/O. At the moment, the following digital audio hardware is supported:

Mac and Windows:

    Audiowerk2
    Audiowerk8 (max. 3)
    ASIO (e.g. Lexicon Studio, MotU 2408)
    Yamaha DSP Factory

Mac only:

    TDM (Digidesign ProTools II, III, 24 and 24 MIX including all TDM-Plug-Ins)
    DAE (Digidesign AudioMedia II/III, Session8, ProTools Project)
    Direct I/O (Digidesign hardware)
    Yamaha CBX-Serie
    AV (Sound Manager)
    Korg 1212 I/O
    Sonorus Stud I/O (direct hardware support, ASIO-driver not required)
    AKAI DR8/16 (no sample editing, only graphic editing of audio regions in the Arrange window)

Windows only:

    AV (multi-channel and stereo-MME-soundcards)

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