Happy New Year 2019!
Recent | Who | Audio:USB | Audio:FirewirePCI | ISA | ATARI ST | IBM/DOS | WIN/PC | MAC | Drums | Synths | Modules | Samplers | Tape | Mixers | 80s
Software | GFX | Artists | VST | iOS | android | E-mu | Ensoniq | Akai "S" | MPCs | Roland "MC"Roland "S" | Roland "JV" | JV addons | Drum Machines |
90s | Commodore | Retrospects | Midi Interfaces | Midi Sequencers | Midi Controllers | Hardware Effects
this site is intended to be a community effort, to collaboritively illustrate the instruments + technology that enabled the music culture of the 80s + 90s, in an effort to educate those who werent old enough to experience it and enable producers old + young to channel a new generation of inspiring creativity;
please feel free to post relevant information in the pre-existing threads "All things are possible"

Author Topic: logic was rewritten from 68k to PPC code, completed Oct.1995  (Read 865 times)

0 Members and 1 Guest are viewing this topic.

Offline chrisNova777

  • Administrator
  • Posts: 7222
  • Gender: Male
  • "Vintage MIDI Sequencing + Audio Production"
    • www.oldschooldaw.com | vintage audio production software + hardware info
Quote
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

https://web.archive.org/web/20150606120106/http://www.soundonsound.com/sos/1995_articles/dec95/macsequencers.html