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Old 12-01-2019, 06:29 AM
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Default macmini 2012 amazeballs :)

i have been running a macmini 2012 with dual 500g ssd's

its pretty much silent and tiny

..not too noisy fan comes on when it hits about 100c.


anybody doing simple songwriting / audiobooks, i absolutely recommend it.


working with many audio trks, aux trks and master trk, all good.

for many instruments / fx per trk, perhaps not...but 16 441 24 48..amazing.


i know there is the latest and greatest cpu etc coming out....but everybody who wants a small silent system ... totally recommend finding one.

i have been running PT2018.12.0 on high sierra and Waves v10 without issues
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