apogee mini DAC or motu traveler?

Discussion in 'Mixing & Song Critique' started by fontane, Mar 17, 2005.

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  1. fontane

    fontane Guest

    anyone have any feedback on using these with a PC system? i will be running it on the following machine:

    alienware 7700
    P4 3.2
    2GB DDR2
    915 chipset
    geforce 6800
    2 firewire ports
    4 usb 2.0 ports

    would like to run sonar 4 unless some sees why i should get cubase sx3? i already have sonar 3 and was going to upgrade...

    feedback please?
  2. Fintan

    Fintan Guest

    i have been using the latest edition of sonar 4 producer edition and i think that program is excellent, although i will be switching to a digital performer/protools setup, i would recommend sonar to any pc users out there.

    both of the interfaces you mentioned are fantasitic from what i have read- so it would really come down to price and options that fit your needs. i dont think you could go wrong with either one
  3. John Stafford

    John Stafford Well-Known Member

    Oct 1, 2004
    I use Sonar 3 and wish to upgrade to version 4 for those workflow improvements. I also use Samplitude, which I love, but I expect Sonar 4 will be an indespensible tool for real world tasks.

    If you want flexibility and inputs get the MOTU, but if you simply want high quality 2-channel conversion for monitoring the Apogee would be a better bet.

    John Stafford

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