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Has anyone used Reason 3 on the intel macs? I use it on my current PC but i heard it works on new intel macs, if you use it how does it run?

Also what similar software is out there for mac? I have heard that Logic Pro is good?
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I just posted this question elswhere but it's kind of off topic so here would be better -

There was a thread here (Click!) saying that Logic Pro doesn't work on the Macbooks - But I can't imagine why...anyone?

EDIT: Sorry SlickShoes if I seem to be barging into all your threads, I promise I'm not stalking ya! ;-)
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lol no probs man its fine i replied on the other thread just as you must have deleted the link, seems like a mixed bag as to what people say about how the macbook handles it, i have it all running on my pc fine which is great but if i could get it all on my macbook (if i buy one) then itd be great to have it all portable! Then i could take it to work and avoid work and fiddle about with my music!
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