2 days ago i wanted to download logic pro 9 from the app store and to i did after a while it just said installing it never said downloading, i thought this was strange so i left it a while longer later i found still nothing had happened, i clicked on purchases to find logic in the area of (other purchases) and the box that would say download like the rest is grayed out SEE PICTURE BELOW, i have clicked to buy app again and it says the norm you have already brought this press ok to download but nothing happens it just does not download, i have e mailed apple they reset my account but i still have the same problem.
Ok now, I've paid the money they needed, and tryed to download it, but it is always "waiting". Every time I want to download it, it sends me to the Launchpad and doesn't load for 12+ hours. I am on Mac OS X 10.7.4 and I don't know what to do.
I bought a bunch of itunes cards to get some money into my itunes app store account, but when I try to purchase Logic Pro 9, the app store directs me to a page with credit card or paypal buttons. I want to use the money in my itunes account. How do I go about this?
New update for Logic released today, unfortunately it strips out hyperthreading support that previously worked on quad mac pro and iMac i7 machines, causing a major drop in performance from the previous version. I would wait on upgrading until they have a 9.1.3 that fixes this major issue, or at the very least back up 9.1.1 before doing the upgrade.
I just migrated from Snow Leopard to Lion and now can't open or upgrade Logic Express 9.0.1 to a Lion version. How can I upgrade the software to the latest version? Software update doesn't show anything. I've migrated using my Time Machine backup from my Macbook running latest Snow Leopard.
so i've got a system with a fried c2d board. i can pick up a cd board for $150 plus shipping which is good for me. to find a comparable replacement, i'm looking at ~350 and i'm just not feelin that price as im on a budget.
i'm not concerned about the speed decrease as im just trying to get this thing rebuilt.
i understand that there are different heatsink assemblys..vertical vs horizontal. however, i do not know how to tell the difference and i am also unsure whether or not my c2d heatsink will work on this board i receive.
the logicboard possess a t7300 c2d and model # is 820-2279-a, it appears.
i cant find anything on that model, except for on ebay.
and i totally cant find the serial number on this macbook. under the battery on the tray has no serial number listed, and i've read through this documentation [URL]
I am working with logic express 8 and would like to assign software instruments such as clarinet and celli to the midi-files of my keyboard. Yesterday I couldn't find woodwind instruments in the library of logic so I started to download mainstage 2 - which seemed to extend the library of logic. But unfortunately some software instruments (for example cello...) disappeared and instead of extending my library in logic mainstage made it smaller.
Info: Logic Studio, Mac OS X (10.7.3), I am working with Logic Express 8
I've searched high and low for any and all alternatives to working with my, shall we say, "experienced" Powerbook Titanium, despite it's age(it's not old, it's chronologically advanced!). After looking things up and being able to think of nothing, I figured I'd finally register here and hope for some good advice from people who possibly know more about Mac hardware than I do.I received my laptop in June of 2002(it was likely bought either that month or April) from my father. As far as I was aware, it was a brand new Powerbook bought from Comp USA...with the latest specs and peripherals at the time. After 7 years of using and loving my laptop(despite the fact the battery is completely dead, both hinges are broken and removed to keep the wires from accidentally being cut until I can afford new ones, and the CD drive no longer working), it's come to a point where I'm needing to try to breath even a little new-found life into my true love...or be stuck using "The Rex", my overbearing Desktop PC with its snooty Windows XP and massive noise-creating fans.
Need help with free apps, that you cant download without money on your credit card, mine is a debit card, and the only time I can download fee apps is when I have money on my card, so these aren't free, so help me here, tired of trying to download free apps, also got an iTunes gift card, and what are they actually used for?
I am posting this here as well as in the Logic area, to try to get some help. I am desperate, as i can't work. In Logic Pro 7, I can't click anything in the right pane of the bounce dialog box. I CAN select PCM, Mp3 etc. on the left, but get no response from the mouse when trying to change the sample rate, interleave, dithering etc. on the right. I also can't click the flip-box to select different packages in the Loop Browser. I haven't noticed this happening in other applications. DOES ANYONE READING THIS KNOW HOW I CAN GET SOME HELP FROM APPLE? I am told i can't even buy apple care because my computer is too old. I don't know what to do. Tried trashing prefs. Not running any failed audio units. Nothing new in software update. Don't really know what else to do.
Anybody on here using Logic Studio? If so, how do you find it?
I've read that logic 8 is poor on time stretching / elastic audio, anyone have first hand experience? Any sign of an update to Logic Studio, it'd be annoying to buy it only for it to be updated in a few months.
I have a macbook pro 17" 2.4GHz (non unibody). I accidentally applied 220 VAC to DC adaptor terminals and burned the logic board (and also the fuse on the left I/O board).
There were no visible damage on the logic board so I assumed only power input stages could have burned and started to investigate. I removed the battery charger IC, some burned mosfets; and I connected the adaptor plus input to the output of the battery charger block. So the DC/DC converters are now powered from the adapter, as in normal operation. Only difference is that there is no battery or charger stuff.
Now, when I press the power button nothing happens. If I connect the adaptor while pressing the power button, hold it for a while, release it, and press it again, it powers up. (Is this MCEverything from hdd to dvd to fans powers up but not the LCD. Fans start and remain running at full speed. Harddisk powers up but there are no noticable reads. That is, no os boot attempted. The mbp draws around 1.5 A to 1.75 A at 18.5 VDC(not sure if it indicates anything).
I'll do whatever I can to fix my board. I have MSc in electronics, skilled technician friends, and access to lots of tools, parts, and measurement devices.
Am thinking of getting the Air and would be interested in hearing from anyone who tries Logic Studio (8 or 9) on it.
I know it won't handle as much as my 24" iMac or have nearly as much screen real estate, but it would be nice to be able to record multitrack with a compact USB audio interface and I'm curious to find out how the SSD factors in.
I just got a Dual 1 Ghz MDD. It's a big step up from my 500 Mhz Sawtooth!
The problem is that it (supposedly) needs a new logic board. I've been watching logic boards on ebay, but I'm not finding anything with matching part numbers. My logic board has the following numbers:
630-4373 EEHNNW 448F2 KD2370366NFGA 630-4269
I guess the important numbers are the 630-* numbers. Perhaps one it the 'as designed' rev part number, and one is the 'as manufactured' rev part number?
I have the dual 1 Ghz processors; would they work on a 1.25 Ghz logic board? Most of the boards I see on ebay are 820-1476-A, or 820-1308-A. What's the difference between the 820- boards and the 630- boards?
I don't have a complete service file for the MDD; can anyone email a copy?
Can I run Logic Pro Studio on a single 1.8 G5? The specs say I need a dual processor for some of the things that need to be done. It's actually not for me but for a musician who is a relative of mine --
-- this is the 8 gig total ram single 1.8ghz.
Does anyone know if this will just choke on Logic Pro?
Anyway... I was planning on getting my hard drive replaced because it was making that weird noise I talked about and I still am... but. Something else happened to. My friends dog chewed my power cord (just a few bite marks) and it was enough to make the green like really dim so we unplugged it. Instead of trying to fix the cord... we just got a new one but the computer wont turn on! The light does not turn red green or orange on the plug but the battery light blinks when I unplug the chord (the battery is dead.. all drained i mean).
Me and my mom took the computer to a store that does warranty repairs on both Macintoshes and Windows computers and they said they would replace whatever for free. Like the harddrive maybe the battery if that is what is wrong and the logic board. But well... we kind of never told them my friends dog ate my first power cord >>
I wanted to. but my mom and my friend said they wont replace it for free if we told. I sure hope there is no way they can find out of the 1000 for a new logic board is true. We dont even have that kind of money right now!
But do you think the couple seconds of not enough power from the chewed cord might have shorted out my psu or something?
Im just curious. I know my friend has a friend that took his laptop in for a similar problem... yesterday or the day before.
I'm buying a Macbook Pro to complement my recording setup. I have a beefy Win7 PC and it works wonderfully, but I want to expand my horizons and add a Mac with Logic so I can get experience with both. As I mentioned, I have a desktop computer so the Mac HAS to be a laptop, so don't reccomend the iMac! If I was a rich man I'd buy a bigass Mac pro :P
So, what it burns down to is, is there a massive difference in performance with the 13 and 15 inch? I'm assuming they both use onboard audio from intel or similar. Would the 15 inch be more able to handle a multitrack recording as opposed to the 13?
I'm not too fussy on screen size, I just need to make sure that if I go the cheaper route I'm not missing out (much) on performance.
I am looking to do alot of recording with Logic Studio, and was wondering which would be better? are the old i5's still a lot faster than the new i3's? I will also be doing a bit of photoshopping and Premiere.