Requires 64-bit Audio Units plug-ins?

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Logic Pro X has, under its system requirements, the above and I haven't a clue what it means or possibly how to achieve it. I run Mavericks on a late 2009 2.26GHz Mac Mini so do I already have those plug-ins?
 

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It is referring to plug-ins - extras or add-ons, to provide additional functionality, that you would install in Logic Pro X - like installing AdBlock as a web browser plug-in.

It is telling you that 32 bit plug-ins will not work. e.g, for those using an older version of Logic Pro already using some 32 bit plugins, they will no longer work until the developer upgrades them to 64 bit.

Are you already using a previous version of Logic? If not, then you likely do not have any Logic plug-ins.

There are, however, several pieces of software that enable 32 bit plug-ins to run in Logic Pro X.
 
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Thanks very much. That's very helpful. I've not used Logic before and was wondering whether I needed something in my current system in order to be able to run it but you've set my mind at rest.
 

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