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Cubase SX3 and Snow Leopard 10.5


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Hey guys I've made the leap to Mac from being a PC for too long.

My Mac spec is as follows

Intel Core 2 Duo 2.66 Ghz
4 GB Memory 1067Mhz DDR3
640 GB Hard Drive
DVDRW
Wireless
Bluetooth
Webcam
Firewire
NVidea 9400 256MB Graphic Processor
1920 x 1200
Snow Leopard 10.5

I've bought it mainly for recording and video editing purposes for my band.

I've been later informed by a friend that because of this having Intel CPU I can't run SX3?

Although in regards to this gentleman's logs - Leopard,Creative Suite CS2, Cubase SX 3 and Office 2004 compatibility

It has only changed a few layouts of thing?

Anyone who can talk this over with me, Would be greatly appreciated!

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Zeb
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Don't really know what your asking here mate! Can you be a little more specific?
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Yeah sure.

I've recently got myself a Mac which is running Snow Leopard 10.5

I've bought a MAC because I'm looking to record demos and such with my band running Cubase SX3.

But I've read that because my MAC has Intel Core 2 Duo 2.66 Ghz. It might not work. I've read a few things today and they all contradict each other.

See post for people saying there is no issues. - Cubase SX3 on a G4 Mac Running Leopard??? - Gearslutz.com

See Post for people saying there is issues - Cubase.net .:::. View topic - Mac OS X 10.6.1 - Cubase Sx 3
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Have you already got the software? If you do I suggest installing it and trying it! Since I've also done a bit of research and there are lots of people saying that it works! But still quite a few saying that it doesn't!

Sorry that's not much help lol!
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ummm SNOW LEOPARD IS 10.6
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You are doing fine if you only half to upgrade your system cubase sx3 is about 3to4 four or five years old it is out of date at-least you dont half to upgrade your computer you would be better off to upgrade to logic or logic exspress which is a mac program or keep sx3 for mastering or upgrade to cubase 5 which is good, I have had to upgrade everything because my mac was not intel based so it will not run native instruments guitar rig four cant run my Uad cards unless I spend 3 thousand dollers on a mac pro so consider your self lucky to only half to make a system jump and not hardware so much time for playing and not enough time on computers
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