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User avatar #36 - CiaranPM (05/29/2012) [-]
He deserves it for using a Mac and making **** music.
User avatar #46 to #36 - Ouronlysaviortwo (05/29/2012) [-]
Actually considering what he does, a Mac would be a good option, I've heard it's more reliable and won't **** you up when performing (ex: update windows popping up and other stuff messing you up)
User avatar #53 to #46 - naruske (05/29/2012) [-]
A mac also requires updating, and also makes an annoying beep sound when an update is available.
User avatar #55 to #53 - Ouronlysaviortwo (05/29/2012) [-]
Please excuse the ignorance since I don't use one, but I just heard that on a website comparing Macs to PCs when making/performing music, it said either the OS or computer itself was more stable and will last longer or something like that
User avatar #59 to #55 - naruske (05/29/2012) [-]
It all really depends on what program you use to create music. Mac has a couple of programs build in (I don't know which ones) But most DJ's use a Windows. Because the program they use only supports that.
#70 to #59 - Ouronlysaviortwo (05/29/2012) [-]
Well seeing how he is a producer, not a DJ, Mac usually does have more DAWs than PC such as exclusive ones like Reason, but most software, like Ableton, FL Studio, Virtual Dj, NI Maschine and NI Traktor, is all compatible with both Mac and PC so I guess it's just a matter of what you're used to I guess.

Though most music stores supply Macs as their only brand of computer they sell so I think they're hinting at something.
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