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Re: Mac G4 midi software question

Personally I'm considering selling my dual proc 500mhz G4 and getting a
Titanium notebook. The benefits I've been getting from the dual processor
has been fewer than I was expecting. The latest versions of Photoshop and
Final Cut Pro seem to be the two biggest apps to benefit from the dual
processors. My dual proc still runs great though, and with a Radeon 8500
video card the OS itself runs fast and smooth like mercury, I could really
use the portability of a Titanium though. Hmm, decisions decisions.

-- Matt

----- Original Message -----
From: "Ritsu Katsumata" <rk93@cornell.edu>
To: <Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com>
Sent: Monday, December 09, 2002 1:32 PM
Subject: Mac G4 midi software question

> Hi everyone--
> I'm thinking of getting a Mac G4 to hook up my midi gear to, and
> wanted to know if there's any reason to spring for the Dual Processor
> models, or if the iMac 800Mhz is good enough.  I heard that video
> editing and 3d modelling app's are optimized for dual processors,
> what about music software?
> Planning on using DP3, but open to suggestions --  thanks,
> --
> Ritsu
> -------> http://www.ritsu.com