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20 Nov 2014   #11

window 7 pro 64bit

thanks guys for your help. i have ubuntu studio which is a bit of a learning curve. yeah usb 3 makes no difference ive just found out. no need for that much bandwidth. I found a site linux music software (hit sqaud ) to help with that. i more interested in going down the windows route than linux but price performance curve will play a part. linux software being FREE, windows ease of ues
once again thanks for the help

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20 Nov 2014   #12

window 7 pro 64bit

thanks for the info, i built this rig to have ago getting down my music as well as bringing other people in to record and mix their talent
im just about there thanks for the advice
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20 Nov 2014   #13

Windows 7 Ultimate x64

You're welcome and good luck. It's always great to hear the results after a successful session and I always find it's better to record the instruments first then do the singing part
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20 Nov 2014   #14

Windows 10 64 bit

I came into this thread late. I have a recording studio, using Sonar X3 DAW software. PC sound cards make poor recording I/O (interface) devices as they have poor audio latency and do not have inputs for standard microphones or instruments. Thus you need a "real" recording interface unit. I use a Roland Studio-Capture, which has 12 built in microphone preamps (two are also instrument preamps) but you probably don't need something this big. There are many two and four input units, such as the Roland Quad-Capture, Focusrite Scarlett units, etc.

I would suggest running the DPC Latency Checker to see how the system performs. If there are DPC Latency issues, you will have to correct those before you attempt to record. There is also the Respledence Latency Monitor program that goes much deeper into system latency but I have yet to figure out all that it reports.
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Finally, a comment on your OS version. 64 bit with only 4GB of RAM is a disadvantage. The big plus with the 64 bit OS is it will address more than 4GB of RAM. In fact a 64 bit OS requires more basic RAM than a 32 bit, thus you have less of the 4GB of RAM left for program use.
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