A social-cultural revolution as well as a technical one, information technology has obviously not ignored the music world, to the extent that it is now at the heart of most Studios and Home Studios. Allowing one to work with extreme precision and flexibility, it has managed to provide equivalent software for a lot of professional audio equipment: the multitrack recorder has become a software sequencer while audio effects and instruments have changed into plug-ins.
we can save the data on other hard drives but what about C drive softwares? I mean all my Native instruments, real guitar and all the DAWs? I will have to setup them all in case of a c drive crash!! What care i should take so that i can start my work as quickly as possible?
Ya this article misses a LOT of basic stuff indeed. Like dual, quad, 6 and 8 core machines, OS overhead and it's optimization. A 5200 RPM drive is NOT good, as 7200 are as plentiful as mosquitoes. RAID drives and SSD drives are all cool. Well some of the article was good. Like two monitors is a very nice help. USB 3 and SATA 3 should be looked at. Okay it STARTED out okay. Oh hell it was terrible. Sorry... It is an older article too.