Depending on the entire configuration of a white basic MacBook 13-inch 2010 model
the Logic Pro X may or not be able to squeak by and stumble drunkenly to fall on floor.
Mac; iPad; iPhone; Watch; TV; Music; ... Logic Pro X - Technical Specifications. Minimum
System Requirements. ... Open GarageBand songs directly in Logic Pro X;
Actually, the Technical Specifications indicate minimum hardware, don't actually suggest
one series of device over another and if your MacBook has 7200-RPM 500+ GB HDD or
an SSD it may be able rise to the challenge. ~ El Capitan 10.11.6 or Later, enough RAM for
the OS X and the application, credible workspace in the hard drive to swap temp files, as
these applications may save every step as a whole file, so as to eat up much capacity...
Logic Pro X - Apple -- this seems to be geared for later hardware & macOS specs.
I'd look for at least a 13-inch MacBook/Pro circa 2012, & open it up for an SSD upgrade;
plus install 16GB RAM. If you don't need an optical drive, an SDD drive-doubler may help.
However if you like to experiment and have old MacBook + Logic Pro X, check to see if
the Mac hardware supports Pro X software and also has enough resources to run OS X.
A dedicated early MacBook may work for awhile, before it lets you know its old & weak.
Good luck in this venture...! 🙂