View Poll Results: Do you use PC or Mac for recording

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    Quote Originally Posted by mr average View Post
    I use pcs now but I still have xppro

    My next system will be a linux flavor probably ubuntu

    macs are too expensive and not as well supported
    in spite of the support they do have choices are still less and cost more

    pcs have gone social media oriented and are not suitable any more for general use without too much tweaking assuming you can even do it
    If you go Linux, just make sure the interface is supported. If you haven't already looked, I found that the USB standard is not implemented 100% by all interfaces. Linux goes off the USB standard and getting a Linux driver, well ... But there are some DAWs that will run in Linux.

    Just FYI if you were not already aware.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DM60 View Post
    If you go Linux, just make sure the interface is supported. If you haven't already looked, I found that the USB standard is not implemented 100% by all interfaces. Linux goes off the USB standard and getting a Linux driver, well ... But there are some DAWs that will run in Linux.

    Just FYI if you were not already aware.
    thanks

    i always make sure everything will fit together before i buy any gear

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    If we're talking price/performance PC all day long. Even though a Mac is a PC technically lol. I have no issues with Windows. Some just prefer OSX as an environment and their workflow within. Other then that I'd never consider a Mac. Over priced junk at this point and Apple doesn't really care about the computer it seems these days.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DM60 View Post
    If you go Linux, just make sure the interface is supported. If you haven't already looked, I found that the USB standard is not implemented 100% by all interfaces. Linux goes off the USB standard and getting a Linux driver, well ... But there are some DAWs that will run in Linux.

    Just FYI if you were not already aware.
    The Native Instruments Komplete Audio 6 will definitely run on Linux. Lent mine to a guy for a month then he bought one.

    The KA6 is now saddly discontinued (but still largely available) but I would expect other NI AIs to be similarly Linux friendly?

    Pretty sure Reaper has a Linux version? ....Reaper audio editing software gets a native Linux installer - Liliputing

    Yuo, they are working on it.

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