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Slave machines. How do they work?
Last post Wed, Jan 18 2023 by tim_heinrich, 2 replies.
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Posted on Thu, Jan 12 2023 16:31
by kelrini
Joined on Thu, Jan 12 2023, Posts 1

I have a pretty high spec Mac Pro tower, but it still struggles to cope with larger projects running in Logic (multiple instances of software instruments / plug ins). I'm a composer, and I often have projects with four or five, sixteen channel multis open.

I've seen composers running a main machine supported by slave machines before (mostly in videos), but I've no idea how it works. I've had Google too, without much luck.

I'd be interested to hear if anyone runs such a set up? How do you find it? How does it work?



Posted on Wed, Jan 18 2023 08:51
by tim_heinrich
Joined on Thu, Oct 11 2007, Posts 40

Originally Posted by: kelrini Go to Quoted Post



I have a pretty high spec Mac Pro tower, but it still struggles to cope with larger projects running in Logic (multiple instances of software instruments / plug ins). I'm a composer, and I often have projects with four or five, sixteen channel multis open.

I've seen composers running a main machine supported by slave machines before (mostly in videos), but I've no idea how it works. I've had Google too, without much luck.

I'd be interested to hear if anyone runs such a set up? How do you find it? How does it work?





I hope this video helps you:
https://youtu.be/un1jtqJPReo

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