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Old 03-03-2014, 12:34 PM   #37
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Running a SSD (and further, also running audio to it) lets me record all inputs to disc when I run live sound 100% error free. This flat out does not work with standard HDD's (even 7200rpm).
So your OS (or C drive) is a SSD drive AND your record to that same drive?

If so... are you using a bunch of VSTis and audio tracks? Currently I'm running VSTis like Omnisphere, LL3, Superior 2 drums, Kontakt 5, Absynth, etc.

If the OS drive is a SSD, perhaps I could run all my VSTis AND audio tracks on just 1 drive!

Has anyone done this or is it still better to have an SSD for your OS AND a HDD running all my audio AND VSTi tracks?

Thanks!
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