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Thomann's Cool Online Guides: Choosing a Computer

7. Conclusion

Choosing a computer for music can be as easy or as complex as you like: to remove all the pain and confusion, put your money in the safe hands of a music computer specialist, and walk away with the confidence that the computer will be fit for purpose; to learn how to support yourself now and into the future, then roll up your sleeves and try building your own - it takes time and research but is often worthwhile and much cheaper. Going down the high street can work and may be your starting point, but if you take your music seriously, then it's worth aiming as high as you can - after all, it's the computer that's going to be running your entire studio, day in, day out.

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