I think it depends on the DAW software you plan to use. If you go Pro Tools, surf over here:
Hello everyone, I am new to the forums and I was hoping to get some help with a DAW that I am going to be building.
I have one right now, old, out of date, made with spare parts, and I am not happy with it. Now that tax time is upon us and my nice refund is eminent, I have begun researching for some sweet gear.
I have always noticed how gamer rigs tend to offer the best of best, when it comes to fast everything. I am thinking that one of these gamer type setups would work very well for audio production, but there are so many out there, I have no idea where to start.
Which Motherboard/CPU/RAM combination would work best for Digital Audio Production? Please let me know both your personal opinions and factual standpoints, if you don't mind.
Thanks for reading and more thanks for replying!
I looked into it, but I doubt I would use ProTools since I can't afford it and I have no idea how to use it. I am mainly familiar with Sonar and Adobe Audition. I have been using them for a while and have grown comfortable with the software and enjoy the sound quality I get out of the recordings.
Hey man thanks a lot. I almost got an Abit one. I looked into the intel p35's and you're right, they are better than abit, thanks again!Originally Posted by ADK audio
Asus here with an Athlon64 3200+.
Never a hiccup.
Great thread - I am looking at getting a new box also.
Here is the link for the one that I am interested in getting. Based on what you guys see, will it work well for digital audio production and is it a good deal?
I miss my C-64!
Basic programming language, blue screen (not of death), big fat flashing cursor...