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Re: Macs for Music ,

My take on this is boring and predictable, but has to be said:

Identify the software you want to use, then get the hardware that will
run it.

For example, if you decide you have an immediate need for Max, a graphical 
programming toolkit for MIDI and other music applications, then you go with
a Mac or an SGI workstation.  The latest version of the bio for Miller
Puckette, creator of Max, says that a Windows version is a possibility, but
it may be quite a wait.

Paolo Valladolid
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