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Old 02-07-2016, 02:20 PM
HPMSound HPMSound is offline
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Default A good basic college student set up

If you are just starting to make a home studio. They key things to me are, computer, DAW (Pro Tools), and a good pair of monitor speakers. And an interface. My over arching question is not what you think is good. I am wondering what is a good way to set up a decent but powerful pro tools rig with a good 2.1 set up on a tight budget.

Any input?
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