• Bob C
    Posts: 28
    Joined: Apr 13th, 2009
    64 bit Logic
    Hello, I finally took the plunge and loaded Snow Leopard, hoping to achieve a 64 bit Logic...hoping to utilize the 13 gigs of RAM I have installed. I understand there is a 4 gig limit with the 32 bit Logic and that the 64 bit will increase the limit to 24 gigs..... Unfortunately, Logic 9.14 says it is still in 32 bit. I thought it would automatically change to 64 bit when I opened Logic for the first time after the install. I did a search, but did not find the solution on the forum. Is there something I have to change in Logic to change to the 64 bit mode...I have been hitting the wall with memory issues in Logic.... Thanks, Bob
  • Rounik Admin
    Posts: 8713
    Joined: Dec 16th, 2006
    Re: 64 bit Logic
    Hi Bob, Under Snow Leopard and with Logic 9.1.x you can run Logic in 32-bit or 64-bit mode. Because many 3rd party plugins haven't yet jumped on board the 64-bit train, by default, Logic is set to run in 32-bit mode. - Quit Logic. - Go to: Applications/ - Select and hit Command-I (or File > Get Info) - Uncheck "Open in 32-bit mode". - Launch Logic and enjoy virtually unlimited ram! :)
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