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  • Need a better computer?

    http://www.musiccomputing.com/coremc

     

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    Get all the options and that computer will cost you:

    $ 46,262

     

    That's right -- FORTY TWO THOUSAND SIX HUNDRED AND SIXTY TWO DOLLARS!!

     

    I purchased my music computer from VisionDAW: 

    http://www.visiondaw.com/productcart/pc/index.asp

     

    Other reliable vendors:

    ADK Pro Audio -- http://www.adkproaudio.com/

    PC Audio Labs -- http://www.pcaudiolabs.com/

    Rain Computers -- http://raincomputers.com/

     

     

     

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    • #3
      High capacity ram is mighty expensive. I remember in 2006 or 2007, a single 16gb module (or is it 32gb?) costing $4k.
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      • plaid_emu
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        Can it run Mountain Lion?

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      As soon as I saw the web site my brain said "is this the Open Labs guy?" and the answer was "yes".

       

      In industrial enterprise-level scientific computing, large servers with multiple boards each having two processors are quite common.  I also know a guy in the motion capture and animation business who has been using racks of workstations for decades.  It doesn't surprise me that the Open Labs guy decided to try to sell something like this to the music industry.

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