The Great Debate: Which is better is the better DAW MAC

Discussion in 'Computing' started by Jazzhead23, Sep 27, 2002.

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  1. Jazzhead23

    Jazzhead23 Guest

    Be kind this is my first post. (not trying to make trouble, really)

    I would like some general opinions because I'm a IT professional (PC/Linux) and musician; I just built my first DAW. The guitar player in my band is a professional engineer that uses Pro Tools (and it's great). Nevertheless, we seem to have endless debates over the merits of each our systems, but my feeling is they are just tools, nothing more.

    Both hold unique techinical advantages in various ways but I think both are effective. I would like to hear others thoughts and rational for each platform. This question is poised from the standpoint of someone with technical expertise but new to the professional audio field. I appreciate your feedback.

    "It is not necessary to change. Survival is not mandatory."
    - Win XP Pro SP 1
    (Dual Boot with DAW Win XP Station)
    - Soyo K7V Dragon+
    - 2ba1 bios
    - AMD XP 1700+
    - Corsair 512 PC2100
    - Inwin Q500
    - Enermax 350 watt PSU
    - Cmedia Onboard Sound (game side)
    - M Audio Delta 66 (for my DAW)
    - Onboard NIC
    - Gforce 3 DDR 64 (OEM)
    - 100GB Western Digital 7200rpm ATA 100 (DAW)
    - 60GB Western Digital 7200rpm ATA 100
    - 20GB Maxtor 5200rpm ATA 66
    - Liteon 24x10x40 CDRW
    - Toshiba DVD
    - Zip 100
  2. Opus2000

    Opus2000 Well-Known Member

    Apr 7, 2001
    First of all welcome to RO :c:
    Second of all, take a look at the Mac forum regarding the post on First One Here. You'll see I've already won that argument in all aspects.
    Instead of creating several more threads where we repeat ourselves over and over again, like a broken record, let's keep it in one place. M'kay? I'm going to close this thread so this don't happen. No offense meant just trying to keep things in order!
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