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> Logic Fun?, Free d/l logic
aptmunich
posté ven. 7 mai 2004, 09:53
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Hi, i was just checking out the emagic website, when i noticed the education tab at the top.

Thinking they might have special student discounts i looked at it and noticed that emagic offer a free version of logic (vers. 4.8 i think) for students.

Does anyone know if this will run under osx? I haven't got my ibook yet, but would like to use logic express when i do get it...

Should i bother downloading this, or shall i just mess around with garageband until i can afford logic express.

anyone know if there is a student version available (like the office version for students and teachers?)


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posté ven. 7 mai 2004, 19:45
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no 4.8 for OSX... I think lowest version that works on OSX is 5... I don't think 4.8 is free either... I think its just a big discount but I may be wrong as I have not looked at site in some time. cool.gif


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posté sam. 8 mai 2004, 03:54
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Check the Apple store using your educational discount, and you can get teh new version for $150.
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posté sam. 8 mai 2004, 12:33
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I picked up a cheap version of Logic 6 a couple of weeks ago that i think might be a little more helpful than garageband.Its sold in a package called "The Hit Kit".lol,its not exactly proffesional,you get a crap mic with it,but you also get Logic.Its only got 8 audio tracks,but thats ok,considering i only bought it for £10,and if your only just starting to produce music,that should be all you need.
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posté sam. 8 mai 2004, 14:18
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thanks, any idea if it's available in europe?

What version of logic is it?

Any other suggestions for free software?
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posté sam. 8 mai 2004, 15:19
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It'll work on 10.2 or higher,or classic (Mac OS 9.2)or even on pc if you like.I don't really know the version,just that it was released latish last year..

If you need more info,youll probably find it here

www.dk.com/hitkit
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Dasa Soul
posté mar. 11 mai 2004, 00:07
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Ambeintz; the HIT KIT does it came whit any loops/drums /etc ,and on a 1=10 scale, how does it compare to GARAGA BAND . thanks
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posté mar. 11 mai 2004, 17:36
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The hit kit does come with some samples,but nothing worth using.you'd be better off buying a midi keyboard,or downloading loops and samples off the internet.I havent fully tried out GarageBand,but GarageBand is based on Logic.If you want something much easier to use,i'd go for GarageBand,but i think Logic is better once you understand how to use it properly
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posté mar. 11 mai 2004, 19:26
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Ambeintz, thanks .i have GB and RESON, just looking for a friend whit PC that wants to get into music,that will be easy ,and not to much $$$$ thanks ALOHA!!!
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posté mar. 11 mai 2004, 20:13
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no problem. smile.gif
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