#2
What are opinioins?
They made me do push ups in drag

I'm gonna have a really hard time if we're both cannibals and racists.

Don't dress as a whore, he'll thump you.

I'm a firework, primed to go off
#5
lmao sorry guys :L im debating buying it for home quality recording. im 15 so nothing too serious but i do want the most professional finnish
im running windows 7
i3 processor
4gigs of DDR2 RAM but will be adding more
#6
I used Cubase 5 on Windows 7.

Works great, never had any crashes or any other problems.

EDIT: I'll put in my computer specs too. *hold on*

AMD Phenom Quad-Core 2.5GHz
4GB DDR2 RAM

I have no idea about anything else that might matter
Last edited by Bearded_Seth at Jul 11, 2010,
#8
Well it all works fine when recording and mixing.. Drivers come into play aswell for minimal latency. I use ASIO4ALL so there's as little latency as possible, but it can be a pain in the ass.
Last edited by Bearded_Seth at Jul 11, 2010,
#9
i bet =\ this is my way of coming in to the recording game. i love it, it's my passion but i need it to be all right .
what Version of cubase 5 do you run ? 32 or 64 is it :S ????
#10
Quote by blubbernugget1
i bet =\ this is my way of coming in to the recording game. i love it, it's my passion but i need it to be all right .
what Version of cubase 5 do you run ? 32 or 64 is it :S ????


I use 32-bit.

And yeah recording is what I love doing too.. But being on such a tight budget my guitar sounds crap regardless of recording skill :l (I need new guitar gear but I keep buying new recording gear).