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  • Mac mini as a (Logic pro) node?

    Has anybody used Mac mini as a node with Powerbook? I heard some are noticing quite a bit of a difference, upto a 100% improvement in CPU power.

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    http://www.recording.org/modules.php?name=Forums&file=viewtopic&t=33934

    G-Dub
    www.studiog-fx.com
    15 inch Quad-core i7, Macbook Pro,
    OSX 10.8.2, LPX, Logic 9.1.8, Apollo Duo

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      WOW! More than 100%! But why isn't the apple people saying anything about this? In fact, they say only G5s can be nodes. How true this all is and how can one verify? (apart from going to apple store and finding out by actually connecting to a mini). Any printed articles?

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        And you can use something like Wormhole

        http://plasq.com/wormhole

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        • #5
          Originally posted by multitrack mind
          And you can use something like Wormhole

          http://plasq.com/wormhole


          How do you always find these things??

          "(The New Testament) is a work of crude carpentry, hammered together long after its purported events, and full of improvised attempts to make things come out right." Christopher Hitchens, R.I.P

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Rimmer


            How do you always find these things??



            Somebody on another forum recommended it.

            The guys who use 2 or 3 computers at once are always looking at these things when they come out. Things are getting a lot simpler than they used to be for this stuff.

            Though I wonder how much longer it will be necessary when the Mactels come out,and if Gigastudio ever ships a Mac version.

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