Discussion in 'Audio Producers Discussions' started by Rebel.Music, Nov 29, 2005.
hp is good
dell is good..
Hmmm, what if I just upgrade my laptop?
Haha, that'd probably be cheaper than getting a whole new one.
do NOT buy a mac laptop now, it will be massively underpowered
To correct all of you.. The only thing that makes a PC a PC is if you run WINDOWS on it. You could convert a dell to a MAC if you really wanted...Notice they aint call ••••• towers a PC lol...
I do agree... ••••• has not caught up yet in Lap-Tops with the modern technology that some of these computer handles have put out.. For instance you can get an HP laptop with an athalon processor that runs at 3.0 ghz if you really wanna spend the money on it.. And ••••• is extremely over priced on there laptops...So fuck them
Now like the guys said above when it comes to towers ••••• tottaly fuckin shits on HP..DELL and whatever else becuase they run dual core processing ... Most windows programs, well all are built on 32 bit technology and ••••• has advanced to 64... So everything is better...
My suggestion...if your getting a laptop go with HP or Alienware
If your getting a TOWER go with •••••....
and dont quote me bout the whole PC shit..thats just how I look at it..I know pc stands for personal computer hahaha IE; A desktop lol
^ alienware are just as overpriced.
and i dont think the g5s are dual core their just dual processors. theres a difference.
i'm prolly gonna get a Dell laptop....
nice, i got an AMD Athalon 3300 2.7 GHZ shit runs like a dream.
edit: fuck what u heard emachines are nice. got it for 600$.
PCs fuck Mac
what's the difference?
If i'm gonna get a Dell laptop....what requirements should i look into on getting?
the NEW powermacs are dual core. there's also a QUAD g5 2.5, which is TWO dual cores! that thing fucking flies
the slightly older duals were 'just' dual processor g5's.
if you're going to run cubase, i'd go for a fast PC. cubase is more optimised on a pc. i'd go for a mac if you want to run logic or digital performer (as you don't have a choice).
pc for nuendo, sonar, cubase, protools (yes, i said protools. however protools 7 introduced slightly more optimisations for mac technology, so maybe it has caught up with the pc side - but probably not), etc.
"To correct all of you.. The only thing that makes a PC a PC is if you run WINDOWS on it. You could convert a dell to a MAC if you really wanted...Notice they aint call ••••• towers a PC lol..."
No, you can't convert a dell to a mac. Macs use a totally different processor architecture. You can't run OSX on PCs.
If you bring up the hacked X86 i will e-slap you so hard.
hahaha@ P.L.O...your right about the processors and motherboards...••••• runs tottaly diffrent specs on all it's hardware...but you can convert it all...it is a bitch..but it's possible lol...word though homie...in most instances you cant...-co sighns...and fuck dell
PENTIUMS and CELERONS are NOT..I repeat NOT made for audio or graphic applications..always run AMD....end of story...so dont get a dell get an HP...cause HP contracts with AMD...ayte thats my two cents
lol....so what your all saying is pick up a mac...or one of those powerbooks.....
unless you're getting a dual g5 powermac, get a pc. do not buy a powerbook.
that is what everyone is saying.
btw I use a powerbook 1.67GHz and it runs pretty smoothly with PT, reason and a few other plugins such as minimonsta going, so its up to you, its feasible but if you want to do some serious work and are heavily reliant on VSTs, then either get a desktop or atleast a newer pc laptop and make sure all the hardware is compatible
Well, like I said, I am planning on getting a Fantom and an MV-8000 in the future so I'll probably use the laptop for Pro Tools, Reason, Battery, and maybe some VSTs or somethin if I need to. Would I be good with just a Dell or HP laptop then?
Also, should I try just upgrading what I already got or just buy a new one altogether and have that be my sole producing computer?
First of dell is incredibly insuficient.. That word should be put into the astrict box for RM.com... And btw dude Pro Tools is a MAC based application...AND protools is more than just a program...its a cupple grand son...
Why are you getting a laptop anyways...whats wrong with a desktop pc son? It's not like your studios gonna be portable anyways if your luggin a keyboard around?
And if your gonna go through the hassel of that might as well pack up the desktop too..
Desktops = more bang for the buck if you build them yourself... I would actually be willing to build you a desktop with these specs for under 700...
Asus Motherboard with HT technology
Athalon 64 3700
1 Gig of Ram
300GB hard drive
Delta sound card prolly the 44
17 inch monitor display...lcd
for under 700...in a nice ass case
anything else u wanna know get at me AIM = KhrImeChild...
if you do get a laptop... www.hp.com = your friend lol...to hell with dell
Pro Tools 6 and 7 are Xp compatible first off. Secondly you aint paying a couple grand for a pro tools setup unless you buying a straight 002 setup with the bomb factory plugins or you are gettin an HD system.
Cause I go to school in New York and live in California so I'm always traveling between the two and shipping a computer back home is a pain in the ass.
I think for now, I'm just gonna put a gig of RAM in this Dell and maybe upgrade the hard drive and then get either a desktop or a laptop in the future.
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