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February 2018

Is Laptop best for Produce Music on Professional Way?

Today we are looking for the best music and recording computer. So, you have equipment for producing music, keyboards, speakers, microphones and, most importantly, thoughts in your head. But what about a real computer, which is the basis of all digital music production? When it comes to the computer for music production, we want to solve some anxiety that you can immediately feel the alarm: what you get does not really matter. When we say this, what type, type, brand, etc. We mean. You will need to follow our compulsory list to make sure that you have a computer that can handle advanced digital music settings, however most models are available and they work flawlessly.

How to choose a computer for music production

Your budget – perhaps you can assume that this is our main determinant. Although you do not need to spend thousands of dollars on your computer to produce music, the higher you go, the better overall quality of your workflow. Many people reading this article can start building their home studio, so remember what equipment you need to balance your money.

There is a quick and easy setup, but it should not cost more than a thousand dollars (and below). If you are a beginner musician, buy a brand new music outfit, you can save money and buy a more affordable computer to get started.

However, we recommend saving as much cash as possible and being as much as possible as computers will be long-term investments for the next five years or so. As mentioned earlier, they are also the basis of home studios – without a solid music computer, your other devices do not even work and are useless.
Mac and PC? Oh, we are not going to participate in this discussion. When it comes to producing music, this collapse is very exaggerated. You must understand that in the end it’s just computers. There is no “mark” for the production of music! The only determinant of using a Mac or PC (we think) will be explained in the next paragraph (or if you are loyal to the route, but this is not our business).

Which DAW are you using? Do you have your digital workstation? If so, it can lead to the choice of a particular Mac or PC. If you plan to use Pro Tools (they now have a Windows version), Garageband or Logic, we will only use the Mac, because they are only available for Mac. Otherwise both work, but double check the compatibility of your preferred software.

Laptops and desktop computers – this is another discussion about music computers. Today I heard that manufacturers who use laptops in their homes consider how powerful and capable they have become in recent years. One of the most important decisive factors for choosing a laptop and desktop computer is whether you plan to make a trip or perform live. If so, we will take the laptop because it can work for these purposes and can keep itself in the studio and make some melodies between the studios (you can read our Music Production Guide). Otherwise, grab a powerful desktop PC \ Mac has great potential. Below we are mainly a desktop, so please read the manual that we just linked, if you need a laptop – we’ve poured some of them below.

They are pre-built – we know that there are many computer fans who are unhappy with those who have already purchased an internal computer. We finally want to mention this, because it is not for everyone. If you want to start making some tunes, then the assembly is perfect. Creating your own music computer gives you some flexibility, you can work more and explore the best RAM that you want to mix and match, and also work hard drives and processors (which can save you a lot of money) However, many prefabricated PCs on the market are staggering when recording and producing music, so if you do not learn how to make your own computer now, do not worry.

List of computers that we make music

To understand the technical requirements that are really needed in our computers, let’s compare and compare with some of the most popular music programs and the minimum system requirements that they need. Then we can use it as a guide to find out what the absolute minimum is. It’s always better to go ahead, because a lot of software is constantly updated, and sometimes it increases their requirements, and you want to install it on a long-term, not just a “minimum”.