[78-L] Audio - Mac vs PCs - any advice?

Rodger J. Holtin rjh334578 at gmail.com.invalid
Thu Sep 11 05:52:09 PDT 2014

There's a lot more to this story than is worth telling here, but perhaps I
should have been a little more precise, anyway.  I have had to deal with
both at work, so I know many of the issues between the two.  Are there any
preferences in terms of audio gear relating to either that would seem
significant?  I'm used to Nero and Audacity use on PC - anybody use those
on a Mac.  Is garageband useful at all for what we likely do with audio
transfer, de-click, EQ, burn CDs etc?


On Wed, Sep 10, 2014 at 11:30 PM, David Breneman <
dbreneman at t-online.de.invalid> wrote:

> Von: rjh334578gmail <rjh334578 at gmail.com.invalid>
> > My pc crapped out.  I have a som trying to convince me a Mac is the
> > way to go nowdays.  Surely some of you guys have some experience with
> > this??
> So many Windows vs Mac debates seem to revolve around the
> old conundrum "Hitler or Stalin - Which is your favorite dictator?"
> Professionally, as someone who must carry a laptop because I
> support mission-critical data center systems, which by definition
> run either Unix or Linux, a Mac is better because you can get to
> a Unix command line underneath all the user-friendly bullsh*t, and
> that actually helps you get things done.
> If you have no idea what that last paragraph means, stick
> with Windows.  No sense trying to learn to drive a standard
> transmission this late in life.
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