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Author Topic: logic was rewritten from 68k to PPC code, completed Oct.1995  (Read 968 times)

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POWERMAC NATIVE:

PowerPC-native Logic was due for release on October 1st, with a minimal crossgrade charge. Native Logic Audio should be out before the end of the year. The code has been totally re-written to be significantly faster, unlike some of the competitors, which are PowerPC-compatible without being 100% native

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