Mac vs. Windows

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Mac vs. Windows

Postby Grooveplayer » Wed Mar 06, 2013 2:36 am

The Mac is quite expensive compared to a Windows unit. I have the i2M and really only want to utilize good upright acoustic bass tones from my electric bass for libe gigs. I guess my question would be if I go with Windows 8 will I have any issues such as latency, etc? What would be the minimum requirements for a Window based laptop? I know I could use an iPad, but setup of the i2M would have to be done first on my old laptop then reconnected to the iPad. I rather not go that way. One laptop for everything is best. Any Windows 8 users out there with the i2M?
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Re: Mac vs. Windows

Postby james » Wed Mar 06, 2013 9:36 am

I don't have Windows 8, so cannot comment on that specifically.

However, usually with Windows it's important to have a good audio I/O device that can support low latency. Most USB audio interfaces designed for music allow this. Sometimes the built-in audio of the laptop are good enough. On Macs this is often the case, on Windows, it usually isn't. So, to be sure, you're probably looking for a good (but not necessarily expensive) USB audio interface that has good Windows 8 drivers (you can cross-check that on the manufacturer's web site to see if they can verify good Windows 8 operation).
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Re: Mac vs. Windows

Postby Delilah » Sat Sep 01, 2018 3:01 pm

For me windows all the way real progress with dianabol its free you can download it from any where and its easy to use
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