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Re: Computer Studios
Sorry, that this is not quite about delays/sampling and such, but
for hardware to check out is http://www.paris.ensoniq.com
This has been one of the quietest pieces of computer audio recording
I have come across.
As for the rest of the PC, the biggest thing is to get a
that is A/V compliant (in otherwords, actually designed for being used in a
studio environment). I concur with another post which states that the best
way to handle the audio signal is to keep it digital going into the PC and
leaving. http://www.wmcmusic.com has had the stock and answers for me for
If you're desperate for going through a soundcard, the Yamaha pro
worked really well for me, and the DAC and ADC are fairly quiet. I just
to get used to sending a fairly hot signal into the PC, in question.
Other issues that shall come up are money, type of hardware used,
Operating System. Personally, I've been really happy with a Linux/NT4.0
that was not that pricey to create. The video card, audio I/O card, sound
card and the hard drives were the most expensive items in the box. The
were picked up a piece or two at a time through different computer shows,
through the Internet. http://www.marketpro.com and
Anywho, hopes this helps out!