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Confusing choice of audio-production PC

EBay Image-line The sites above give the tips on how to decide on audio-production PC. But they accent different things - the first one says CPU is not that important, while another places it on ...
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What can I expect from this pc when producing audio?

Quick specs: 8 GB RAM 256 SSD drive and the weak part, CPU: Intel Celeron J1900 quad-core 2 GHz (turbo-boost up to 2.41 GHz) It’s a bargain laptop from aliexpress for 325 bucks here What job can ...
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Website for audio equipment specifications?

I'm looking for a website where I can compare audio equipment just by specification listings. A lot of times, I notice that several specifications are either incomplete or meaningless (looking at you, ...
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Using basic EQs to correct for uneven mike response

I would like to know what are exact characteristics of the mixer's 3-zone EQs, namely of the one of Behringer Xenyx802. My problem is the following: I plan to get a microphone (Shure SM35), but its ...
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Radio Spot Specs

I'm designing and mixing some radio commercials tomorrow, and I'm not sure what the specs are. I heard from one source that it's 0db, and another that it's -12db. I'm sure it's different between ...
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SPL Meter Question

I was looking at a few different SPL meters, as I need to buy one, and I noticed that every one of them measured from 31.5hz to 8khz. Why? Why not 20 - 20? I'm guessing it has to do with the equal ...
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Zoom H2 Frequency Response - 70hz?

I'm most likely going to buy a Zoom H2 recorder to keep with me. I'm always hearing awesome sounds, but I don't carry my 744 with me (for obvious reasons), so I either have to remember where they are ...