#1
Hi guys!

I need quotes etc for an essay on this subject. Ive been ill and only just found out it needs to be in for tomorrow (its university so I cant miss the deadline)

Anyone got any essays on this lying round or know of good sources.

Of course I could use google, but ideally need a few lines from print sources also :/

Thanks in advance!
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#2
"I'm a PC"

"I'm a Mac"

Good to go.
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#5
Look for online magazine archives.

Also, some wikipedia sources are print.

And may I add that neither system is better then the other for music production.
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Quote by Simsimius
Look for online magazine archives.

Also, some wikipedia sources are print.

And may I add that neither system is better then the other for music production.

Isn't it more about recording hardware in the end? I mean you have a lot of music production tools available for both OS's.
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Isn't it more about recording hardware in the end? I mean you have a lot of music production tools available for both OS's.


Yep, you could record an album on the greatest Mac/PC ever and it would sound terrible if you just used basic hardware.
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Yep, you could record an album on the greatest Mac/PC ever and it would sound terrible if you just used basic hardware.

I would say PC is better then since there's more options for Soundcards with MIDI inputs

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#9
Quote by metaldud536
Isn't it more about recording hardware in the end? I mean you have a lot of music production tools available for both OS's.


That's kinda what I meant. The system [by that, I mean OS] doesn't really play any part [notice, there are exceptions, but when it comes down to it, it doesn't really matter what OS].

I prefer Windows anyway. Cubase works great for me.
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- Fender '72 Deluxe Telecaster
- Arbiter LP Jr. Doublecut
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- Laney VC15

'72 Tele Appreciation Group
RIP DIO
#10
It's preference.

/essay.

What I mean is, I use Cubase because I know my way around it and I learned with it..

I don't see how any recording software could be so different that it causes argument.

Get decent plugins and learn hwo to use the program and you'll get results.
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"Macs are great, but for me, you simply cannot beat the huge range of hardware and software available for Windows-based systems - that's why I only use PCs in the studio!" - Nigeltheginger, 2009