Logic now uses full 64-bit processing, which means it's now the most powerful DAW in the world! In this short tutorial Star macProVideo.com trainer Steve H. shows you what the new 64-bit Logic means for you, and why you will want to use it!
Very short but nice videos, really useful to understand these new features of 64 bit Logic. Good jib!
Rachelle wrote on January 11, 2014
This course was awesome. It was quick and straight to the point. I never knew the difference between the 32 and 64 bits. That explains why a lot of the DAWs were crashing when too many tracks were loaded. This course also taught me how to shop for computers and RAM.
Earwig wrote on November 11, 2013
Well, I may need a new computer!! I'm certainly not getting anything like the space Steve is getting from his computer! Good course , informative.
PuffSkunk wrote on September 15, 2013
That's a trick, specially for the ones that don't want to move from logic 9 to 10 like me.
Kenny T wrote on August 15, 2013
Nobody ever explained this aspect in this manner to me before. Killer tip.
R. Stull wrote on July 25, 2013
Great, down-n-dirty coverage on 32 bit vs. 64 bit Logic Pro, with instructions on how to check your system.
Arturo De Santiago wrote on July 2, 2013
Short and sweet but actually very helpful! I was unaware of how much 64 bit mode really affected my setup.
wbaloo wrote on June 29, 2013
Overall this course does a good job showing how superior the ram use is in 64 bit mode. But it could have benefited from focusing on porting your old projects from 32 bit to 64 bit.
cruz wrote on June 29, 2013
Great explanation between the differences of 32 and 64 bit. Thanks
Diego5150 wrote on June 10, 2013
Quick & easy. Although very basic this tutorial showed how powerful 64 bit really is.