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Using and Connecting Audio Motherboard


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Mac Specs: Macbook 2. Intel Duo. 4 GB 667 MHz DDR2 SDRAM. OSX 10.5.8. Focusrite Saffire firewire audio i/o

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2 years ago I sent my macbook to Apple and had the hard disk replaced (just in time under warranty..) after I crashed it mixing and producing with Live 7. I then upgraded 1gb ram to 4gb ram, hoping that this would never be an issue again..

I'm now running Live 8, occasionally crashing as I max out project potential.

Today someone told me I should get an external motherboard to process all of the audio on my computer. I also use Ableton to DJ/perform, and cannot risk a crash in the middle of a set.

Does anyone have some information on how much these cost, what I need, and how to connect it?
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