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Old 01-22-2000, 10:00 AM
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Default internal or external?

which would be better to run with protools?
internal or external hard drives?
atta or atto? and what rpm rating?

are there also approved c.d burners and cd burning software?

with cd burner and digidesign do you need an approved scuzzi card?
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Old 01-22-2000, 03:55 PM
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Default Re: internal or external?

it really depends on your system (computer, type of protools system,ect.) . check out http://www.digidesign.com/compato/ for specifics about the type of system you have.

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Old 01-22-2000, 10:07 PM
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Default Re: internal or external?

thanks alot for the reply. Your appointed site was helpfull
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