Logic Studio - System Requirements

System Requirements

According to Apple, one needs to meet the following requirements to install all applications:

  • Mac computer with an Intel processor (PPC is supported prior to v9.1.11)
  • 2GB of RAM (4GB or more recommended)
  • Display with 1280x768 or higher resolution
  • Mac OS X v10.6.8 or later
  • QuickTime 7.6 or later
  • DVD drive for installation
  • 9GB to install all applications and required content
    • Additional 38GB to install all optional content (large content packages can be installed on separate disk):
      • 10GB for Jam Pack collections
      • 16GB for sound effects
      • 6GB for surround music beds
      • 6GB for other optional content

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