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Old 10-08-2006, 05:16 AM
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Default G5 DUal Questions switch from XP

I 7.1 HD on a XP computer and am intrested in a G5 Dual nad need questions answered.

My cards are PCI so I can't switch to Mac Pro at this time because of the cost of upgrading the HD cards to PCIe.

I use Softsynths Sampletank, GVI, Sonic Synth, BFD, X-pand NI etc. which are RTAS.

How is the G5 handeling multiple SoftSynths and how many instances.

What proccessor speed of the G5 works best for RTAS?

How many D-Verbs have you been able to instantiate?

Please respond, I need help to make a good purchase
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