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#1 Vay

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Posted 05 September 2009 - 05:50 PM

My computer is broken and is to old to be fixed and i am currently using my sister's computer.
I need a computer that has alot of memory. I will use the computer for photoshop, corel painter and other graphic or digital art.
I will need alot of memory for alot of high resolution pictures and i will also use it with a scanner to scan pictures.
But i don't know where to start so i figured here. I searched computer on google and the stuff there are too broad.
Also can you recommend a computer for using with a home music studio? for connecting keyboards and guitars. And for softwares.

It might be better (for money) to be able to do digital arts with the music studio on the same computer to save money.

besides that i will use the computer to use to internet for research and go to forums, which a music studio professor does not recommend.
He said it is better to use a computer for music studio work and no internet....is this true?

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Posted 05 September 2009 - 11:14 PM

besides that i will use the computer to use to internet for research and go to forums, which a music studio professor does not recommend.
He said it is better to use a computer for music studio work and no internet....is this true?


only reason i can think of is that you may get spyware and virus and could damaged your music studio work
but if you got good anti virus and anti spyware and a good firewall then you should be fine
just dont visit porn sites and crack software sites such as torrent type sites unless you know what you doing


most computers getting sold that are over $700 will do every thing you want
or you could make a custom computer to make it more better and save more money

bu wait for more replies

Edited by starcraftmaster, 05 September 2009 - 11:21 PM.





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