Computer Specs for Audio Production https://youtu.be/tKa4e4JHEss How to Spec or Size a Computer for Audio Recording. Recently Jim made a video discussing how do you properly size a computer for recording audio? Meaning CPU, memory, disk, etc. for what you need for your music production slash business. If your making music. You could be doing
Custom Audio & Midi Computers for Music Creation. Slick Audio makes custom computer workstations, laptops, towers, micro, and rackable computers. Designed for both amateur and professional musicians, recording engineers, sound designers, composers, DJs, podcasters, and post-production professionals. Computers designed for musicians and audio engineers to capture, edit, mix, and master the best audio possible.
Specializing in quiet PC and silent computers for recording audio is what Slick Audio does. Slick Audio recording computers are known in the recording industry as the Ultimate Audio PC and for good reason.
How to rack multiple amps, with live switching. (How you can use all your guitar amps easily by Racking your amps, Networking Guitars or Bass to switch between the amps live easily.)
Slick Audio sets a whole new industry standard for performance and reliability with Audio Computer systems tailored for Pro Audio, Music Creation, Audio Recording, Recording Music, Audio for Gaming and Post Production needs.
Jim, made a video below where he discusses his thoughts on what the best CPU or processor for recording audio is. After watching give us your thoughts or questions what the best CPU would be and why?
Slick Audio makers of The best computers for recording music. For the home or any pro, the studio has made a-line of Ultra-Compact PC's for recording audio and the M560 is the smallest in the ultra-compact category.
Can I use a PC I purchase from a “Big Box” store to record audio for my DAW? This is A question that seems to crop up a lot so we decided it was time to directly address it. Jim said that there are a few things each of us needs to know.
Out of the box, we were impressed with the rugged, tank-like construction of the Slick Audio T2000 (since replaced by the T2100, just faster than its predecessor) tower we got on loan from Slick Audio.