#1
I'm seeing loads and loads of threads of late regarding what laptops people should get so I thought f it. Lets create an ultimate thread for all questions/issues
#2
Okay.

My computer has been playing up. It started that that when I record, it'd change speed as I record, then to fix it I changed the ASIO from Multimedia to Creative (brand of my sound card), and then the sample rates all went tits up. I'd play my music at 48k (despite me thinking it was at 44.1k), but when I imported a sample into Cubase to remix a song, it'd import at a different sample rate, even though the session was set to follow the internal clock.

How do I fix this?

EDIT Nevermind, fixed, and the remix is up on my profile.
Last edited by filthandfury at Jul 5, 2008,
#4
Quote by Twisted Wishes
Are mac's better to record with on garage band than lets say, a pc with cubase?

(Im a pc'er)

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It'd depend on your system specs, sound card and the like.

I've not really used Macs much, but I'm sure a Mac would be better for recording than your standard PC.
#6
hm... 4gb of ram... what OS?
and... oh, wow... TWO GPUs?
Thats ****in crazy for a laptop.

Kudos to you. How much did it cost?
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#7
Quote by baddog144
hm... 4gb of ram... what OS?
and... oh, wow... TWO GPUs?
Thats ****in crazy for a laptop.

Kudos to you. How much did it cost?


Vista

It wasn't cheap but i got it for almost 50% off.... somehow...
#8
There already is a thread on this

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