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Question: Looking to buy a Mac with ssd to run Logic Pro x with ease

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Had an old Mac running logic 3. Now I want to get Logic Pro x running on a new Mac. Which models could cope with logic plus the old midi gear?

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Steve

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Mar 18, 2018 8:42 AM in response to stevefromseaford In response to stevefromseaford

If your Mac is 2008 or later, consider adding an SSD to your present machine. If it's too old, replace it with a machine that is able to run MacOS 10.12 (High Sierra) or higher. That would include most Macs 2010 or later, Google this: "minimum mac computer to run high sierra." I have a used Mac Pro early 2008 which is fully compatible with 10.11 El Capitan. I can run Logic Pro 10.3.3 but not 10.4, but that has all I need and more

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If your Mac is 2008 or later, consider adding an SSD to your present machine. If it's too old, replace it with a machine that is able to run MacOS 10.12 (High Sierra) or higher. That would include most Macs 2010 or later, Google this: "minimum mac computer to run high sierra." I have a used Mac Pro early 2008 which is fully compatible with 10.11 El Capitan. I can run Logic Pro 10.3.3 but not 10.4, but that has all I need and more

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