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    Inta Audio Opteron PC

    Music Production Computer

    AMD's Opteron range of CPUs are popular with musicians and ready for 64-bit computing — so how does Inta Audio's Opteron PC compare with typical Intel machines?

    Reviews Dec 2004
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    Apple iMac G5

    Desktop Computer

    Apple's original iMac marked the beginning of a turnaround for the company, and despite the consumer-oriented nature of the product, iMacs have found a place in many a home studio over the years. With the iMac range finally inheriting a G5 processor, have Apple created the perfect entry-level machine for demanding Mac musicians on a budget?

    Reviews Dec 2004
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    Carillon Core 4

    Music PC

    Computer specifications have changed radically in the three years since Carillon launched their first music PCs, but the company's signature metal rackmount case and attention to detail still sets them apart. Their powerful Core 4 machine offers support for three monitors, plus a huge 400GB RAID 0 hard drive array for audio data.

    Reviews Sep 2004
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    Crosstalk

    Readers' Writes

    Replies to more of your emails, letters and faxes.

    People Sep 2004
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    Red Submarine Dual Xeon PC

    Music Computer

    Most of the major Windows sequencers now support dual processing, and if you want the ultimate performance, machines like Red Submarine's dual Xeon PC could be the way to go.

    Reviews Jun 2004
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    Gmedia ImpOSCar

    Virtual Instrument Plug-in: Mac & PC

    Gmedia continue their quest to render the best of the world's keyboards in software form. But will it give OSCar fans a case of the grouches?

    Reviews May 2004
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    Nu Systems Nu-Audio NB Pro

    Laptop Music PC

    Although Centrino laptops have advantages in terms of weight and battery life, standard Pentium 4 CPUs still offer the ultimate in performance, and Nu Systems's desktop replacement machine is a processing heavyweight.

    Reviews Apr 2004
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    Apple G5

    The Ultimate Music Computer?

    Few products have been hyped as much as Apple's new G5 range of 64-bit personal computers — but how good are they for making and recording music in the real world? We test the 2GHz Dual Processor model...

    Reviews Jan 2004
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    SME Solutions/Maxdata Pro 7000X

    Centrino Laptop PC

    More and more musicians are turning to systems based around a laptop PC, and Intel's new Pentium-M processor — as found in this model from Maxdata and SME Solutions — seems to perform well with music applications.

    Reviews Jan 2004
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