This is how I look at all of this. . .
My current version of Logic Pro and my Mac Pro work really well together. It's stable; it meets all of my current (and near future) compositional, sequencing and recording needs. If any part of this rumor is true, and I've read other posts to suggest otherwise, and there is no further development for Logic Pro, then I guess I'll just have to learn to live with what I have. What I have is wonderfully stable and should last me a long time.
revdave wrote:This is a worrisome article - but I wonder about the validity of it. Some of the comments question it... Anybody want to add some thoughts?
Apple Pro Audio Applications Team "Decimated" ...
Gravity Jim wrote:Jesus! Macworld is quoting a website for ProTools users now?
Journalism is dead.
It's my opinion that good journalism has been dead for a many years, now.
Gravity Jim wrote: As a rule, you can assume that the most famous quotes are all misattributed.
ski wrote:Gravity Jim wrote: As a rule, you can assume that the most famous quotes are all misattributed.
Also attributed to Ghandi.
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