Top Sound Card, Software, MicPre and AD

Discussion in 'Tracking / Mixing / Editing' started by Terabyte, Dec 18, 2004.

  1. Terabyte

    Terabyte Guest

    Hi everyone
    I see alot of people using Pro Tools as their choice for music software... why can't i see anyone mentioning cubase sx etc..?
    Is there a reason why nobody seems to use cubase or most people seem to use Pro Tools?

    Also.. why do people prefer Mac's to Windows
    (I heard the views of disgruntled college teachers giving reasons.. but they were doing alot more grumbling and not alot of reason giving, but they seemed to mention these: )
    Ease of use?
    Windows bugering the signals about?
    Both? Neither? Others?

    Also.. what sound card do people use or aspire to use. And what do people think is currently the best one out there

    >>> MicPre...

    >>> AD...


    ok im done ^_^ :shock: 8) :cool:
     
  2. David French

    David French Well-Known Member

    Check out this poll The majority of people here do NOT use Pro Tools. Many people here, including myself, use Cubase or Nuendo.

    Please let's not get into the mac vs. PC debate again. There are pages and pages on this. If you want to read them, do a search. Both are caable of providing great results. The best soundcards out there are Lynx and RME. A lot of people use M-Audio and E-mu is becoming popular lately. There are plenty of Echo users out there too. Mic pres are another subject you'd be better off using the seach feature for.
     
  3. Big_D

    Big_D Well-Known Member

    I don't know where you got those ideas but you really should read this.

    http://recording.org/modules.php?name=Forums&file=viewtopic&t=20849

    If your prof's aren't helping perhaps this thread will.

    (Dead Link Removed)

    Good luck with your decisions
     
  4. Terabyte

    Terabyte Guest

    lol see what you mean >.<
    Well i got the idea because everybody seems to be mentioning PT in the forums topics i've posted recently.. and until that thread i don't think i've seen a mention of cubase sx so i just though i'd check:)
     

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