Randy Coppinger has started a new series of posts entitled: “The Right Tools For the Job” over on his website. The first post in the series is focused on Studio Recording.
A studio may be a place of business or simply somewhere that recording gear is setup permanently. Traditionally this is where we tend to see desktop computers used to record. A desktop PC or Mac offers lots of I/O connections and most likely card slots. These choices allow desktop machines the greatest flexibility in configuration.
Go check it out and keep your eyes peeled for more posts in the series which are guaranteed to be informative and useful. You can follow Randy on Twitter as well.