#1
Hello everyone.

I just had a question regarding the performance of eastwest products on macbook pros. I currently own a macbook pro from early 2011, it runs on a 2,3 GHz Intel Core i5 processor and a 4 GB 1333 MHz DDR3.

Would it be able to handle eastwest libraries well? I am thinking about getting the complete composers edition which they send on a Western Digital 1TB USB3 external hard drive.

I am just wondering if anyone is having any experience with this, since i don't want to spend that much money on something if it's not going to work on my current setup, then i rather wait until i can afford a newer mac.

Cheers
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Last edited by Sickz at Aug 25, 2013,
#2
Should be fine. Spend $100 and you could upgrade your Mac to 16gb of RAM.
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#3
Sample Libraries are more RAM intensive than Processor Intensive so I'd follow Matrix's advice and upgrade your RAM. Other than that, you shouldn't have any problems
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#4
You'll anyway probably be good even witout upgrading your ram unless you want to run several instances of the sample player.
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