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Old Dec 14th, 2004, 09:42 PM   #1
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Hello all,
I just want some feedback from anyone who uses garageband on a cube or a sawtooth. The apple website says a 600mhz G3 is minimum requirements, and I wonder if my 450 G4 would be considered equal to this or not.

Any feedback on how garageband performs on a similar spec'd mac would be appreciated.
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garageband performs like a pig, no two ways about it. it's ridiculously simple to use, is very mac, and in theory, supports the idea of bringing the iLife suite to a higher, more progressive level.

i love it, i use it all the time. but it will sit on everything around it like a drunk on a bus in rush hour. by all means, give it a go on the cube, have fun, but be prepared to deal with its quirk's, especially if you are using real instruments for your recordings. i run it on osx 10.3.5, g5 1.6, with 1.25g ram, and the omnipotent m-audio usb mobile-pre. now that thing is a peice of crap. but that's not what we're talking about, right?

run garageband on your cube and let us know how it goes...

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Old Dec 14th, 2004, 10:34 PM   #3
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Might work with enough RAM BUT Cube upgrades are cheap these days......and we're right nearby

What's your overall set up?? ( ram and drive )



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