You can run LASR on your Mac...
....by utilizing software provided by Apple called "Bootcamp". Most newer Macs already come with it, and it allows your machine to run Windows applications.
Apple already provides complete support for bootcamp and for running Windows, as it is a common neccessity for Mac users who want to use "less common" software. We have done this on several machines (including one that we commonly take to shows, use for testing, and is a primary office computer) and have many users who do it without issues.
There are a ton of resources online, and we also have a basic step-by-step guide here with links to support topics for this on Apple's website.
Please note: You will have to purchase a license for the Windows Operating system of your choice. We generally like Windows 10 the best (purely a personal recommendation), which can be found online for as little as $30.
As an alternative, there are also emulators that can accomplish this, such as Parallels or VMware, which many of our users have had good results with. Again, the recommended solution is bootcamp, as it is the easiest to use and allows Windows and LASR to make full use of your machine's resources.
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Alternatively, you can also opt for the LASR Station.