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Does Recording music on your computer slow it down or mess it up?

If I buy a recording software and an audio interface to record guitar, can this slow down my computer?

Should I have a separate computer for recording?

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3 Responses to “Does Recording music on your computer slow it down or mess it up?”

  1. Don Adriano said:

    That should only slow computer down if you fill up your hard drive with music recordings. The raw recordings (before they are compressed as MP3s or whatever) usually take up quite a bit of room.

    Keep an eye on how much free space is left on your hard drive. Don’t let it get down below about 10% free and you should be fine.

  2. Colanth said:

    While you;’re doing A, B is slowed down. Just having the software and interface on the computer won’t do anything unless you’re using it.

  3. Billy Mark said:

    Yes a bit. But need not for a separate computer…

    You need to take three steps to speed up your computer:

    1. Add RAM

    2. Uninstall software’s that you do not use.

    3. Select a good registry cleaner and PC optimizer from Intel Software Directory http://ibx.intel.com/directory/Default.aspx

    I am sure these three steps will help you a lot.

    Thanks.




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