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Razer Blade or Razer Blade Stealth for Audio Recording and Engineering.

Discussion in 'Systems' started by hishanparry, Sep 17, 2016.

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  1. hishanparry

    hishanparry New Member

    I will be starting college next year majoring is EEE so I'm looking for a high spec portable laptop which will hopefully fulfill all my course needs and I have been thinking about purchasing a 2016 Razer product. However, I also do some audio production as a hobby (a little work MIDI but mostly audio recording) through my M Audio Fast Track C600 interface.
    Would it be a good choice to go with the more expensive Razer Blade ($2000) or the smaller Razer Blade Stealth? I'm doubtful whether the stealth will be able to handle what I throw at it.
    Has anyone here had any experience in audio recording with the Razer Blade and/or the Stealth.
    Are the machines well grounded with no 'buzz' when recording audio? FL12 is pretty neat but I'll probably be using something like Ableton Live or Protools.
    I enjoy the occasional game, but definitely won't be doing any hardcore gaming at all on the laptop. Also, I would like to know if the Razer systems have long life spans since I'll be forking out quite a significant amount purchasing a Blade.

    Thank you in advance!
  2. banhmixo

    banhmixo New Member

    get the macbook pro coming up
  3. i use the stealth for production as well as djing, all going well here, the only problem i ran into was the display not working well with mixxx, (options are limited due to using linux, but it is very capable software) i had to manually edit a skin to not be so tiny , but all in all yes i highly recommend the stealth for audio engineering , i get no cpu humming or dropouts, not sure how ableton would preform on it but i assume it will be fine, bitwig runs flawless on it and its similar to abelton.

    hope that helps
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