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    I want to use Garageband and Logic Pro, and for that, I am willing to buy an apple product.

    So my question is what apple product should buy so that buying cost is the minimum and I can use that 2 software as well?

    What should I opt for to keep the cost down but be usable for at least a few years?

    I am not looking to create full tracks, just to convert loops and samples to apple loops format.

    Thanks

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    You can Purchase the MacBook Air, it has i3 CPU and i am also using the same macbook from the past 2 years.

    Definitely it is value for money.

    PS : I have some Windows Laptop, So, Is it possible to run Garageband On Windows PC? I think Previously it was possible. But, now, I wasn't able to find some ways to do so.

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      Thank you for your suggestion!

      Will I be able to run those 2 software I mentioned with this system?

      And for your question, have you tried any of these methods mentioned in this post. I think you should buy one apple product too.

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        Originally posted by sean121 View Post
        I want to use Garageband and Logic Pro, and for that, I am willing to buy an apple product.

        So my question is what apple product should buy so that buying cost is the minimum and I can use that 2 software as well?

        What should I opt for to keep the cost down but be usable for at least a few years?

        I am not looking to create full tracks, just to convert loops and samples to apple loops format.

        Thanks
        In MacBook Air, having i3 CPU, you can open a GarageBand project in Logic Pro similarly as you would open a Logic Pro task. ... Any blending information and impacts (in addition to their settings) utilized by programming instruments or Apple Loops–based tracks in GarageBand are likewise brought into Logic Pro.

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