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If you want to take your computer on the road, you should consider investing in a Mac that allows for some portability. Naturally, the iMac models are no good for this since they are desktop computers. If you require portability, you should look into getting a notebook computer for some description.

Generally, graphics processing is not a major concern for Logic Pro and music production. However, there are some cases where you do not want to leave it out of consideration. For example, some software may make use of the graphics processor for particular tasks. Also, if you plan on using multiple screens for one computer, be aware that this can put further strain on the GPU.

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Yes, you can run Logic Pro X from an external hard drive. However, there is very little reason why you would want to do so. The file itself does not take up much space (1.3GB). The operating system expects the Logic App file to be inside your applications folder. By moving the Logic App onto a different hard drive, you would be introducing potential complications for little / no benefit.

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In reply to SRRLX1986:I can't imagine a customer who wants a high-performance Mac, buying an expensive one that doesn't run their Mac applications or does so using an emulator. They might be better off buying a Mac Mini that would probably outperform such an ARM version. The primary issue in these transitions isn't really CPU performance, it's compatibility. I just don't get this obsession with ARM everywhere. If ARM processors become just as fast as Intel's (or even if they already are) and somebody introduces a new OS that doesn't have any backwards compatibility issues, they could be a worthy competitor to the MacOS or Windows. I just don't see these emulation approaches being successful for several years, if it all. 041b061a72


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