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Old 08-11-2008, 02:07 PM
theproducer theproducer is offline
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Default Power Book G4 1.5 and Digi 002 Live Recording

Hello all

I am considering investing in a mobile protools rig that I can use for Live recordings. I currently use a Roland 2480. I noticed that the g4 powerbooks are not that expensive. I was wondering if getting a (g4 1.5 or 1.67 gig powerbook and linking it up with a 002 and digimax) would be a good choice for recording live.

Would the system be stable enough to record 16 tracks at the same time. I would mix on another system. I like recording on the 2480 but when it comes to mixing and editing pro tools can't be beat.

What do you think, any suggestions?

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