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Acid may have been a match for Ableton Live 4 or 5 or so, but verisons 6 and 7 stomp all over Acid, IMHO. Some people would disagree, but Live is pretty much the de-facto performance software out there, and it runs best on Macs (laptops) for live performances. Plus you get almost a fully fledged sequencer now, plus a host of instruments.

Logic Studio 8 is very good, and although the workflow takes some getting used to, it does have full loop editing, automatic tempo matching and time stretching, plus aroung 50GBs of Samples built in (all for $500 or $150 is you're a student), you really can't go wrong. It's more like Cubase than anything else, but a lot easier to use and you get a lot more bang for your buck (in terms of instruments and effects)

In fact, if you had Logic AND Ableton 7 together, there is virtually nothing you couldn't do on a Mac, audio wise.

Core Audio really is something very special indeed. Say adios to drop-outs forever.

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