Currently Being ModeratedAug 16, 2013 10:37 AM (in response to Mike Connelly)
It is true LPX is faster and more responsive here too under ML (mid 2010 mac pro 8-core, 10gig ram).
However there is stil GUI lag... for example, when you scroll through the mixer the top time & position meters stop and only carry on running once you have stopped scrolling in the mixer window.
I also picked up highly irritating lag in Melodyne and at one point the the plug would just hang or if you clicked a note it would just keep ringing out even after you have let go of it.
It's better but it's not yet there.... I am sincerely hoping and praying Mavericks makes LPX more like LP9 under SL.
Currently Being ModeratedAug 19, 2013 11:58 PM (in response to The Art Of Sound)
Hi Guys, I just would like to know, is there anyone who u know or know of who is running Logic Pro x without any complaints on a mid 2010 Mac Pro? I mean I am so baffled by the that I'm starting to think perhaps my machine just isn't fast enough and that I need a 2013 model or something?
Currently Being ModeratedAug 21, 2013 3:10 PM (in response to Chance Harper)
Now my problems with the gui lag are gone. I am working with 10.8.5 actual Pre release and LPX 10.0.2. After updating Waves to V9r13 everything runs without any hanging or lag during work with analyzers while playback the whole arrangement. All analyzers run normal. I used lots of instances to test it. Now everything is fine.
TIP: If your analyzers hang a bit while playback, close the partial window (step editor or Notation or Mixer) in the below-part of Logic's Arrangement Window, use only the main arrangement window, then your analyzers should work correct, again. Try it out.
My configuration is Mac Pro 2.4 12 core, 96 GB RAM, SSD
Goodbye 32-bit, goodbye Audio Bridge.
NOW I am HAPPY!