#1
basically the thread title.

is a macbook (2.16GHz) powerful enough to deal with a TonePort KB37 ( http://line6.com/toneportkb37/ )? i was looking at the specs and it should be fine, but im wondering if anyone on here with experience could give me some advice/answers/recommendations. im almost clueless about computers, not to mention computer-based recording

thanks in advance
#2
you should be fine using that on your macbook.
it will serve you well.
do you use garageband at all?
#3
no clue but macs kick ass if your doing artistic stuff.
i have an imac and its pretty powerful but i dont know about a macbook
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#5
well, i havent bought a macbook yet heh, but ive messed around a tiny bit in garageband...but not enough to learn anything about it. ableton live comes with the Toneport, ive heard mixed things about that program. im looking at protools or maybe reason 4.0 in the near future
#6
Well you should note, Reason and Pro Tools are two completely different types of software. Secondly if you plan on using Pro Tools you better plan on buying Pro Tools hardware, because Pro Tools only works with Pro Tools Hardware.
#7
but theyre both/have sequencers, right? could you give me an example of how much extra id need for protools?

im looking for a sequencing program (i hope im using the terms properly) that i can install and start recording right away, but also give me lots of creative control (effects, etc.)
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but theyre both/have sequencers, right? could you give me an example of how much extra id need for protools?

im looking for a sequencing program (i hope im using the terms properly) that i can install and start recording right away, but also give me lots of creative control (effects, etc.)

anyone?