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Old 11-28-2020, 03:57 AM   #4
valy
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Thanks, that helps.

I don't have personal experience with this laptop. But it has 16 GB of memory, an i7 that goes up to 4.7 GHz, and a 1-TB NVMe hard drive. It should be lightning fast with REAPER.

I don't do video so I can't comment on how it will handle video editing and the like, but you should have zero problems with REAPER, virtual instruments, recording audio, etc.

FWIW, I recorded an acoustic drum set in a mobile setup with a Scarlett 18i20 and an i5 Dell Laptop manufactured in 2010. It was like 12 simultaneous inputs of recording and I experienced zero problems throughout the multi-day process.

This laptop blows that one out of the water in terms of specs.
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