Perfecture wrote:Logic is the tits.
Plugins that come with it are amazing and the workflow is very well laid out and its a very easy DAW to navigate. I wouldn't touch any other DAW after using logic now, but as everyone always says DAW's are personal preference.
Only thing I will say is that I had to upgrade to a 17inch macbook pro with quad core and i7 processors and 8gb RAM from a 15inch duo core with 4gb RAM so that logic would not keep coming up with 'Audio overload' Message (other logic users here will know what I am on about ). This happens when your projects become big and intensive. I have up to 80 tracks on my projects and VST's like massive hog CPU like a bitch (especially if you have quite a few instances of them), So if your going to be using intensive VST's and racking up loads of tracks then make sure your iMac is packing heat in the RAM and processor area. Alternatively, bounce as much as you can down to audo as we all know midi uses more CPU
Bearing in mind its only gonna have Logic, my Vst's and samples on it
Do you reckon the imac 27 i5 with 8gb ram will run logic smooth ??