I still use an ASUS P5WD2-Premium mobo w/ Intel Pentium dual core D945, 4GB RAM,. WinXP SP3 / 32Bit, Nvidia graphics,- running SCOPE 5.1 on XITE-1.paulflan79 wrote: ↑Tue Dec 04, 2018 6:04 amOk cheer's
I still have an old Dell T3400 with 8Gb RAM running win 7 pro with a couple of PCI slot's also a rack mount PC with Asus P5LD2-X motherboard with 4Gb RAM running Win XP that it's currently installed in running Scope v4.5 originally for testing
Now if i build a PC around the Pulsar card and Scope software which computer is best suited ?
Well, I can only talk about my systems and in that case one of my systems composed from Creamware SCOPE PCI card, ASUS mobo, old Intel P4 single core processor and running WinXP and SCOPE 4.5.paulflan79 wrote: ↑Tue Dec 04, 2018 8:28 am... with more investigation may be possible if i can get windows XP stable enough,
... the Asus P5LD2-X as it's in a nice rack mounted case with 1 Hard Drive for OS & Software plus 3X 1TB hard drives on a raid card i would like to use for hard disk recording
...take advantage of the 16 Buses and multi channel Adat card of the mixer and being able to record upto 16 channel's of audio in a live setting for later mix down in my home studio
How plausible and stable do you think it would be ??
providing i don't become reliant on using Scope for it's FX & synths for live use then even if the computer crashes i've only lost the ability to record any live event that has no impact on the event it's self
You might find an audio-optimized WinXP here https://forum.cockos.com/showthread.php?t=30162.
When SCOPE 4.0 and 4.5 were released, there wasn´t any Win 7 existing,- so SCOPE 4.5 drivers are for Win XP.