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    Building a PC for Home Recording

    What are you running in your pc?
  2. M

    Building a PC for Home Recording

    Yeah, guitars, vocals, drums...eventually a keyboard for midi use.
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    Building a PC for Home Recording

    Adobe Audition and Mackie Tracktion and possibly Guitar Rigs or something of that nature. I only need something simple though, that'll record mics through a firewire mixer. I still want at least 500gb and 2gb of RAM and for it all to run on XP. I just dont know diddly squat about CPU...
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    Building a PC for Home Recording

    Quick question, does XP support 500 gb hard drives? I most likely won't be using much plugins, just recording from mics and possibly a midi piano on adobe audition and/or mackie tracktion.
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    Building a PC for Home Recording

    I'm using the Alesis iO14 firewire-based mixer. *EDIT* So I asked my friend to build the PC for me and told him I was going to use XP and he said XP couldn't handle 500gb as the main drive and that I would need something smaller. Is this true? It sounded really ridiculous, but I didn't argue...
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    Building a PC for Home Recording

    I'm planning on using a firewire based mixer, but can you tell me a little bit more about the VIA, Nvidia, Intel...chipsets. I'm not too familiar with what these mean, although I trust what you're saying, I wanna know what I'm talking about just in case I tell someone else to do the same.
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    Building a PC for Home Recording

    What makes a fast hard drive, I'm going for a 500 GB to start with and eventually grab another one, I have the same question for RAM. I'm definately gonna use XP...and what's good MHZ wise for a CPU or is there something else I should be looking at. I don't use plugins much...but I know I...
  8. M

    Building a PC for Home Recording

    Very nice, is it quiet? I don't think I need anything too over the top, just lots of RAM, hard drive space, and a good processor.
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    Building a PC for Home Recording

    I'm trying to build a fairly decent DAW for home recording use. Any suggesetions on which CPU, Motherboards, RAM, Hard Drive, Video Card, and Power Supply Unit would give me the best performance for recording? Thanks for any help.
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