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Chet_en

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1 Posted on 10/25/2006 at 19:58:02
hi there, was after a good sound card to use with band in a box software , which has awe editor. the book says to use awe 32/ 64 sound blaster but they are not called that anymore, would an audigy2 creative sound blaster be ok? i heard the external type is best. many thanks troy
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2 Posted on 11/04/2006 at 09:31:19
I'm using an external firewire prosonus firebox at the moment and its absolutely BRILLIANT.

It's cheap too!
ra7or

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3 Posted on 10/25/2006 at 23:10:55
a sounblaster is a really bad idea, they are made for gamers, NOT for recording.
Chet_en

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4 Posted on 10/28/2006 at 20:21:48
many thanks guys, will certainly give the soundblaster card a big miss troy
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