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iBook laptop for Digital Performer

Discussion in 'Digital Performer' started by maintiger, Apr 18, 2005.

  1. maintiger

    maintiger Well-Known Member

    I have a dual G4 DP righ in my studio but I I wanted a lap top for remote recording as well. The ibooks had caught my eyes as you can get one for as low as $999, which is great for a mac. I had posted my intention and users had said that the imac was great, so I took the plunge. I am happy to report that I bought a reconditioned 1.2 GHz from the apple site for $799 and an extra 512 GB of ram set me back another $70 or so and the little ibook is great! I already set up DP and I took it out with my 828 mkii and a firewire drive and a rack of pres and it worked flawlessly. When I got back I just pluged the firewire drive in my desktop and I was ready for mixing and editing. Plus the ibook is really a good looking laptop- which is just icing on the case. Life is good. :D
     
  2. huub

    huub Guest

    Have you tried it for mixing yet?
    I'd love to get one and run logic, but I'm not sure how the processor will cope with some sweet plugins..
     
  3. maintiger

    maintiger Well-Known Member

    No- haven't done any serious mixing with it as I just been bringing the tracks back into my desktop... I didn't install any of my VI's or xtra plugins either as I don't want to max out the internal 60 GB drive. So far I've only done remote recording with it but the other main use is gonna be tracks for a show we are producing (a musical show, latin theme) We have a lotta tracks of percussion and only 2 percussionist so the xtra tracks will be in the lap top, along with xtra synths and whatever else we need.
     

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