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Logic Pro 7.2 for sale

Discussion in 'Gear for Sale' started by Haswell Dekatron, Dec 19, 2012.

  1. Haswell Dekatron

    Haswell Dekatron New Member

    I tried to use this in a virtual machine, but couldn't get it to work. This is the Academic version 7.2, including:

    Full Install and Content DVDs
    Upgrade Install and Content DVDs
    USB key (install on as many machines as you like; key required to run)
    Book - Getting Started With Logic
    Book - Logic Pro 7 TDM Guide
    Book - Logic Pro 7 Reference Manual
    Book - Logic Pro 7 Plug-In Reference
    Bonus! Logic Pro 7 Power! (w/sealed CD-ROM)
    Bonus! Logic Pro 7 and Logic Express (w/sealed DVD-ROM)
    Bonus! Advanced Logic Pro 7 (w/sealed DVD-ROM)

    This is the last version that will work on either PowerPC or Intel processors; OS X 10.4, 10.5, or 10.6.
    All 7 books and 7 discs for only $70.00 shipped in US. PayPal preferred.
     
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  3. Pete Thomas

    Pete Thomas Administrator Staff Member

    Hi Haswell, can you check the licence. As an academic version, is it legal to transfer?
     
  4. Haswell Dekatron

    Haswell Dekatron New Member

    Transfer

    The only difference that I've been able to find is that the academic versions were not eligible for upgrades. The key is the license.
    Thanx,
    H.D.
     
  5. Pete Thomas

    Pete Thomas Administrator Staff Member

    OK, no problem. And of course upgrading is moot now as anyone upgrading needs to buy v9, there is no upgrade discount any more.
     
  6. Naresh

    Naresh New Member

    Is this still available?

    Is this still available?

    Do you know if the dongle will work to unlock the esx24 and synths in Logic Platinum 5.5.1 on Windows PC platform?
     
  7. Pete Thomas

    Pete Thomas Administrator Staff Member

    You'll probably the the best answer from the seller (if still unsold after two years) but if my memory serves me correctly, in those days it was either PC or Mac. Not both.

    Maybe some Logic historian has better recall/knowledge.
     

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