Originally posted by jzuker:
One pertinent feature in the latest version of Logic (6.0) is that it \"now features a new \'Freeze\' button on all audio and audio instrument tracks. The basic concept behind this feature is to maximize the CPU resources available to Logic. \'Freezing\' CPU-demanding tracks, such as tracks using complex software instruments and effect plug-ins, reduces their CPU-load down to the very minimal demand of an unprocessed stereo audio track...\" . (Quoting from Emagic, there).
It will free your Mac up to open more instances of soft synths/samplers et al. A big advantage over DP and others, at least in this regard.
Something to consider...