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I'm buying a mid 2010 2.4 GHz Core 2 Duo Macbook Pro upgraded with 16 GB of ram and a 500 GB SSD. Will it be good for recording/mixing/mastering in Logic Pro, and 4K or at least 1080p editing in Final Cut Pro, and animating in TV Paint and/or Pencil2D?
My main questions will be labeled by number. Sorry for the long questions in advance. I don't really know how to TL;DR my questions in this case. I hope someone can give me some advice. I'm getting this laptop for fairly cheap, (at least I think it's a good deal?) and I want to know what I can do on it before I just dive into it blind and bite off more than I can chew mid way into a project. This is 10 years old, so I doubt 16gb of ram on an older mac, has the same power as 16gb of ram on a newer mac. I want to know what are my limits as a heavy Mac user. Especially in the music area, which I will be using most.
- I plan on using a lot of virtual instrument midi samples in different tracks and one song alone maybe have up to about at a guess, perhaps 30 to maybe 60 tracks? About. Some will be just audio tracks as well. They will all most likely have EQ, Compressors, and a few other plugin's on them. No more than 4 or 5 plug-ins most likely. I will be recording, mixing, and mastering the music on these tracks.
- In a brand new music project in Logic Pro I would also like to record 2 electric drumsets via midi and pan them around to make one big drumset to the listener which is what my specific style of music requires. Can I successfully use the program Toontrack EZ Drummer 2 on two separate audio tracks with one midi drumset on each track, recording both drumsets at the same time while.listening to the playback song as well? Each drumset will have about 11 peices. The program will be running as a plug-in in both tracks basically. Then as a third and final track, I want to have a song in a single audio file playing back to record the drums too. I need seemless recording, so I can't have logic crashing or pausing recording for any reason. I won't have anymore tracks on this either ...unless.. I can? Can I? Can I just record the drums in the original songs project that has 35 - 50 tracks? or will that crash Logic or give me lag? lol
The drum program says it needs: Intel-based Mac, 4GB RAM minimum, 4GB Disk Space. So I assume I would just times that by two?
- Can I edit a 4K video that's about 2 hours or so long on Final Cut Pro without lag? If not, can I at least edit a 1080p video that's 2 hours long using Final Cut Pro without lag?
- How would animating on programs like TV Paint Animation or Pencil2D handle on this Macbook Pro? How I many hours of animatiom can I do until I start to get lag?
I'm fine with using only one program + safari or Chrome open at a time.
The Macbook Pro specs:
A 13 inch mid 2010 2.4 GHz Core 2 Duo Macbook Pro upgraded with 16gb of 1067 MHz of DDR3 ram.
MacOS High Sierra 10.13.6
Startup disk: High Sierra HD
Graphics: NVIDIA GFORCE 320M 256 MB [Can I game using this?]
A 500 GB SSD recently installed.
A MagSafe charger.
I will be buying this for $300, and it also has a brand new battery installed. Which is a Newer Tech A1322 and it's a 5848 mAh battery.
Is it worth it for $300? or should it be cheaper or more expensive? The cosmetic condition seems really good too.
Am I getting a good deal? If so, how much should something like this cost today? This will be only a secondary laptop to edit and work on (IT'S MAINLY going to be used to record the 2 midi drums simultaneously while the 3rd track plays back the song I'm playing along to. That's the top purpose of me buying this.) I'm currently saving up for the brand new Mac Mini from Apple which will be fully upgraded to the max and will be my main work station. My drums are across the house.. so I don't want to be moving my new Mac Mini around like a crazy person just to record a drum track. lol
Thanks in advance everyone! I really appreciate your time! :) Again, sorry this is so long. Haha
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