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Old 06-28-2000, 04:11 PM
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Hi guys.
I'm looking into get me a second ata drive because it seems to work very well ( I can run 24 tracks and 8 plugins on a blue G3/350)
can you recommend me any drives between 10 and twenty gig's.
mybe you could also let me know where to get em.

thanxx a lot.

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