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welll...Apple does have a processor-sharing app available--can't remember the name right off hand, but you have to dig WAY deep into the website to find it--however, since the Mini is essentially a Powerbook, restacked, I can't see how one would benefit from connecting the two together.
I've upped my standards; now, up yours.
Originally Posted by coyote-1
A soul, waiting to go to God, wanted a turkey sandwich.
Read Apples explanation Put simply. By installing a "node" application on another computer and hooking up an ethernet cable between the two you can then select which aspects of the project, tracks, plug-ins, etc. you want the "node" computer to process thereby reliefing your main computer of those processes. Similar to adding a DSP card, UAD-1/Powercore, in a system except in this case you're using another computer.
"Seek first to understand, then to be understood."