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Originally Posted by alexknibb View Post
Yeah, I can't wait to get Logic Pro. I think I'll be ok with my 5400rpm drive when I get Logic, seeing as I'm coming from an Atari ST* with a floppy disc drive (720kb per disk!) and a sampler with a ZIP disk (a slightly more respectable 100mb per disk). I bet neither of them even come close, eh?

* Which, by the way, was more stable than any PC or Mac I've ever used. Could be another angle for the PC vs Mac debate...
I came from an Atari ST as well, although a long time ago. I had mine from 1988 to 1997, back in the days when computers lasted 10 years (well almost). The ST was absolutely rock solid, especially when it came to MIDI - I used Pro24, and eventually Cubase 2.0 (that seemed like all you'd ever need back then).

I got Cubase VST in 1997 on the PC when I switched, and that really killed music for me... I just lost it. Suddenly I felt more like a software engineer than a musician. Fruity Loops revived me from my slumber about 7 years later, but shortly afterwards I migrated to the Mac and ended up with Logic Pro. It's incredible!

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