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I7 - quad ou octo core, com maior velocidade e maior cache

32 GB de RAM de alta velociade

Processador da linha intel Core i7 ou similar


AMD - 700,00 - Intel - 1400,00
Memria RAM de 6GB ou mais
16GB - 1866MHz - 895,00 - outro 500reais.
Placa de vdeo dedicada de pelo menos 1 GB, ou superior. (quando usar recursos e
efeitos, se for usar edio simples, no precisa contar muito com isso)
HD grande algo bsico, pois vdeo ocupa muito espao.
Portas de entrada e sada de vdeo especiais conforme a sua necessidade: HDMI,
Display Port.
Portas de comunicao: USB 3.0 e e-Sata
Tela Full HD: Quanto mair melhor
Notebooks assim tem um valor elevado, que partem de R$ 1.800,00 em diante, so
equivalentes (no exatamente iguais) a bons notebooks para jogos. Ento vale
pesquisar por modelos para Gamer.

Os computadores oficialmente homologados at o presente momento para rodar o PT 9


so os seguintes:

HP Z800
HP Z400
HP Z200
Dell Precision T7500
Dell Precision T5500
Dell Precision T3500
HP xw8600
HP xw4600

Agora se voc quer montar um computador baseie-se nas configuraes dos


computadores acima e siga estas dicas abaixo:

Windows:
Windows 7 Home Premium, Professional, ou Ultimate (32 ou 64-bit) com Windows 7 e
mais o Service Pack 1

Placa me:
Placa me com processador intel e chipset intel
Placa me com processador AMD e chipset NVIDIA ou VIA

Placa de vdeo:
NVIDIA Quadro FX 4800 1.5GB PCIe video board
NVIDIA Quadro FX 3800 1.5GB PCIe video board
NVIDIA Quadro FX 1800 768MB PCIe video board
NVIDIA Quadro FX 580 512MB PCIe video board
NVIDIA Quadro NVS 290 256MB PCIe video board
No use nenhuma outra que no seja NVIDIA.

HD Interno:
SATA 7200RPM com seek time inferior a 9ms

HD Externo:
(Obs: No use HD firewire, pois no so compatveis)
USB2.0 7200RPM com seek time inferior a 9ms, de preferncia da marca Avastor.

Chipset da controladora firewire:


Lucent, Agere ou Texas
Desinstale o Internet Explorer, ou melhor: esquea a internet no computador.
Anti-vrus? Jamais chegue perto do instalador.

Windows:

Intel PC with Windows 7 64-bit (Home Premium, Professional and Ultimate Editions),
Windows 8/8.1 64-bit (Standard and Pro Editions) or Windows 10 64-bit (Enterprise,
Pro, or Home Editions)
Please find version specific qualifications in the Windows OS Compatibility Grid
below.
Intel Core i5 processor
8GB RAM (16GB or more recommended)
Internet connection for installation
15GB disk space for installation
USB-port for iLok authorization (iLok 2 or iLok 3 required)
USB-port or FireWire-port for ASIO-supported audio device
Supports 64-bit AAX plug-ins in Pro Tools

Windows 10
Optimizations

Update Graphics Driver

In many cases, outdated graphics drivers will not effectively utilize the Graphics
Processing Unit (GPU), and will instead tax the computer's processor, stealing
valuable resources from Pro Tools and causing a noticeable decrease in performance.
Therefore, for optimal performance it is required that graphics drivers are kept up
to date.

Nearly all computers use a graphics controller (or graphics card) from Nvidia,
AMD/ATI, or Intel. To find the make and model of your graphics controller, do the
following:

Click on the Windows Start button to bring up the Start Menu.


Type Device Manager and press enter.
Click the triangle next to Display Adapters.
Your graphics card model will appear directly below.
Double-click this item to view its properties.
In the General tab, make a note of the model (shown at the top of the window), and
the manufacturer.
Select the Driver tab.
Make a note of the driver version and date.
To find the latest driver for your Graphics Controller, go to the appropriate
manufacturer's web site:

Nvidia
ATI (AMD)
Intel
Locate the appropriate driver for your graphics controller. If your current driver
is earlier than the latest version offered on the manufacturer's website, download
and install the latest version.

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Update Network Adapter Driver

The quality of network adapter drivers may severely affect system performance.
Outdated or poor quality drivers may cause Ethernet controllers to consume vital
processing resources unnecessarily, limiting plug-in and track count and generating
AAE errors during playback and record passes. It is therefore recommended to keep
these drivers up to date at all times.

Click on the Windows Start button to bring up the Start Menu.


Type Device Manager and press enter.
Click the triangle next to Network Adapters.
Network adapters come from a variety of manufacturers. In many cases they are built
into the computer's motherboard, but sometimes are installed as optional PCI or
PCIe cards in the computer's chassis.
Locate and install the most current drivers for your network adapters by going to
the adapter manufacturer's web site.
There will often be more than one network adapter listed in the device manager. Try
and update all network adapter drivers to the latest versions.

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Disable Turbo Boost and C-State Transition (BIOS)

These settings are not available on all computers, but it is very important to
disable them if possible. Turbo Boost and C-State Transition affect the way the
clock speed of the processor is managed. When either of these are enabled, the
processor will dynamically change speeds depending on computing activity. This
throttling may cause errors in Pro Tools. You will need to access your computer's
BIOS setup to change these settings.

Consult your computer or motherboard manufacturer to determine if either of these


settings are available on your system, and learn how to disable them if so.

back to top

Adjust Power Options

This optimization prevents the computer from going into Sleep Mode, which can cause
playback issues with audio interfaces. This will also prevent the hard drives from
going to sleep, and disables USB Selective Suspend, which can cause pops and clicks
during record and playback with USB interfaces when enabled.
Open the Start menu, type Control Panel, and press Enter.
In Large icons View, click on Power Options.
Select the High Performance power plan. Click on the Change plan settings link.
Set the display's sleep time to Never.
Set the computer's sleep time to Never.
Click on the Change advanced power settings link.
Click on the + sign next to Hard Disk.
Click on the + sign next to Turn Off Hard Disk After.
Click in the value box; the text entry field will now be accessible.
In the text entry field, type Never.
Click on the + sign next to USB settings.
Click on the + sign next to USB selective suspend setting.
Double-click where it says Enabled and click on Disabled.
Click on the + sign next to Processor power management.
Click on the + sign next to Minimum processor state.
Type 100 in the Setting (%) text entry field.
Click Apply then OK.
Click Save Changes.
Close the Power Options window.

Supplemental: Disable USB Power Management (USB interfaces only)


This optimization frees up bandwidth on the USB bus and can help resolve problems
with device recognition and driver installation.

Click on the Windows Start button to bring up the Start Menu.


Type Device Manager and press enter.
In the Device Manager window, double-click on Universal Serial Bus Controllers.
Double-click on the first USB Root Hub item.
Click on the Power Management tab.
Uncheck the box that says Allow the computer to turn off this device to save power
and click OK.
Repeat this process for all other USB Root Hub items.

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Run as Administrator

This can help with various launch issues as well as a variety of MIDI issues (i.e.,
no MIDI output or control surface communication) and using the Avid/Digidesign
hardware driver in third-party DAWs.

Right-click on the Pro Tools icon on your desktop.


If using a third-party DAW, right-click on that application's icon instead.
Choose Properties.
Click on the Compatibility tab.
Check the box that says Run this program as an administrator.
Click Apply and then OK.

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Hard Disk Optimizations


This optimization allows your hard drives to work more efficiently when recording
and playing back audio files, and can sometimes resolve DAE Error -9073.

Open the Start menu and click on File Explorer.


Click This PC in the left column.
Right-click on the first drive you intend to use for audio storage.
Choose Properties.
If checked, uncheck Compress this drive to save disk space.
If checked, uncheck Allow files on this drive to have contents indexed.
Click Apply and then OK.
Repeat the process for each of your audio drives.

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Install Latest Device Drivers

To ensure maximum compatibility with Pro Tools, it is important to install the


latest drivers available for your audio interface.

If you have an Avid/Digidesign interface, visit this page to download the latest
drivers compatible with Pro Tools.
For third-party interfaces, visit the manufacturer's website to download the latest
drivers available for your audio interface.

back to top

Adjust Processor Scheduling

This optimization allows the computer to run Pro Tools more efficiently.

Click on the Start Menu, type System, and press Enter.


Choose Advanced System Settings.
Under the Performance section, click the Settings button.
In the Performance Options window, click the Advanced tab.
Under the Processor Scheduling section, select the Background Services option.
Hit Apply and then OK to close the Performance Options window.
Click OK to close the System Properties window.
Restart the computer for the changes to take effect.

Windows 8
Optimizations

Update Graphics Driver

In many cases, outdated graphics drivers will not effectively utilize the Graphics
Processing Unit (GPU), and will instead tax the computer's processor, stealing
valuable resources from Pro Tools and causing a noticeable decrease in performance.
Therefore, for optimal performance it is required that graphics drivers are kept up
to date.

Nearly all computers use a graphics controller (or graphics card) from Nvidia, ATI,
or Intel. To find the make and model of your graphics controller, do the following:

Open the Control Panel.


Click on Device Manager.
Click the triangle next to Display Adapters.
Your graphics card model will appear directly below.
Double-click this item to view its properties.
In the General tab, make a note of the model (shown at the top of the window), and
the manufacturer.
Select the Driver tab.
Make a note of the driver version and date.
To find the latest driver for your Graphics Controller, go to the appropriate
manufacturer's web site:

Nvidia
ATI (AMD)
Intel
Locate the appropriate driver for your graphics controller. If your current driver
is earlier than the latest version offered on the manufacturer's website, download
and install the latest version.

back to top

Update Network Adapter Driver

The quality of network adapter drivers may severely affect system performance.
Outdated or poor quality drivers may cause Ethernet controllers to consume vital
processing resources unnecessarily, limiting plug-in and track count and generating
DAE errors during playback and record passes. It is therefor recommended to keep
these drivers up to date at all times.

Follow the same procedure listed above to access the Device Manager, but instead
look in the Network Adapters category.
Network adapters come from a variety of manufacturers. In many cases they are built
into the computer's motherboard, but sometimes are installed as optional PCI or
PCIe cards in the computer's chassis.
Locate and install the most current drivers for your network adapters by going to
the adapter manufacturer's web site.
There will often be more than one network adapter listed in the Device Manager. Try
and update all network adapter drivers to the latest versions.

back to top

Disable Turbo Boost and C-State Transition (BIOS)

These settings are not available on all computers, but it is very important to
disable them if possible. Turbo Boost and C-State Transition affect the way the
clock speed of the processor is managed. When either of these are enabled, the
processor will dynamically change speeds depending on computing activity, and this
throttling will generally cause errors in Pro Tools. You will need to access your
computer's BIOS setup to change these settings.

Consult your computer or motherboard manufacturer to determine if either of these


settings are available on your system, and learn how to disable them if so.

back to top

Adjust Power Options

This optimization prevents the computer from going into Sleep Mode, which can cause
playback issues with audio interfaces. This will also prevent the hard drives from
going to sleep, and disables USB Selective Suspend, which can cause pops and clicks
during record and playback with USB interfaces when enabled.

Open the Control Panel.


In Large icon View, click on Power Options.
Select the High Performance power plan. Click on the Change plan settings link.
Set the display's sleep time to Never.
Set the computer's sleep time to Never.
Click on the Change advanced power settings link.
Click on the + sign next to Hard Disk.
Click on the + sign next to Turn Off Hard Disk After.
Click in the value box; the text entry field will now be accessible.
In the text entry field, type Never.
Click on the + sign next to USB settings.
Click on the + sign next to USB selective suspend setting.
Double-click where it says Enabled and click on Disabled.
Click on the + sign next to Processor power management.
Click on the + sign next to Minimum processor state.
Type 100 in the Setting (%) text entry field.
Click Apply then OK.
Click Save Changes.
Close the Power Options window.

Supplemental: Disable USB Power Management (USB interfaces only)


This optimization frees up bandwidth on the USB bus and can help resolve problems
with device recognition and driver installation.

Open the Control Panel.


Click on Device Manager.
In the Device Manager window, double-click on Universal Serial Bus Controllers.
Double-click on the first USB Root Hub item.
Click on the Power Management tab.
Uncheck the box that says Allow the computer to turn off this device to save power.
and click OK.
Repeat this process for all other USB Root Hub items.

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Run as Administrator

This can help with various launch issues as well as a variety of MIDI issues (i.e.,
no MIDI output or control surface communication) and using the Avid/Digidesign
hardware driver in third-party DAWs.

From the Windows 8 Start screen, click on the Desktop tile.


Right-click on the Pro Tools Icon on your desktop.
If using a third-party DAW, right-click on that application's icon instead.
Choose Properties.
Click on the Compatibility tab.
Check the box that says Run this program as an administrator.
Click Apply and then OK.

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Hard Disk Optimizations

This optimization allows your hard drives to work more efficiently when recording
and playing back audio files, and can sometimes resolve DAE Error -9073.

Show the Charms by hovering your mouse at the top-right corner of the Windows 8
Start screen.
Click on Search, type in Computer, and hit Enter.
Right-click on the first drive you intend to use for audio storage.
Choose Properties.
If checked, uncheck Compress this drive to save disk space.
Click Apply and then OK.
Repeat the process for each of your audio drives.

back to top

Install Latest Device Drivers

It is always important to install the latest drivers available for your audio
interface to ensure maximum compatibility with Pro Tools.

If you have an Avid/Digidesign interface, visit this page to download the latest
drivers compatible with Pro Tools.
For third-party interfaces, visit the manufacturer's website to download the latest
drivers available for your audio interface.

back to top

Adjust Processor Scheduling

This optimization allows the computer to run Pro Tools more efficiently.

Open the Control Panel.


Click on System.
Choose Advanced System Settings.
Click the Advanced tab.
Under the Performance section, click the Settings button. This will bring up the
Performance Options window.
Click the Advanced tab.
Under the Processor Scheduling section, select the Background Services option.
Hit Apply and then OK to close the Performance Options window.
Click OK to close the System Properties window.
Restart the computer for the changes to take effect.

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Disabling Screen Saver

This optimization will prevent a screen saver from starting. An error may occur if
the screen saver starts while Pro Tools is open.

From the Windows 8 Start screen, click on the Desktop tile.


Right-click on an empty area of the Desktop and select Personalize.
Click on Screen Saver.
In the Screen Saver menu, select None and click OK.

Windows 7:
Update Graphics Driver

In many cases, outdated graphics drivers will not effectively utilize the Graphics
Processing Unit (GPU), and will instead tax the computers processor, stealing
valuable resources from Pro Tools and causing a noticeable decrease in performance.
Therefore, for optimal performance it is required that graphics drivers are kept up
to date.

Nearly all computers use a graphics controller (or graphics card) from Nvidia, ATI,
or Intel. To find the make and model of your graphics controller, do the following:

Click on the Windows Start button to bring up the Start Menu.


Right-click on Computer, and select Properties.
Click on Device Manager in the upper-left corner.
Click the triangle next to Display Adapters.
Your graphics card model will appear directly below.
Double-click this item to view its properties.
In the General tab, make a note of the model (shown at the top of the window),
and the manufacturer.
Select the Driver tab.
Make a note of the driver version and date.
To find the latest driver for your Graphics Controller, go to the appropriate
manufacturers web site:

Nvidia
ATI (AMD)
Intel
Locate the appropriate driver for your graphics controller. If your current driver
is earlier than the latest version offered on the manufacturers website, download
and install the latest version.
back to top

Update Network Adapter Driver

The quality of network adapter drivers may severely affect system performance.
Outdated or poor quality drivers may cause Ethernet controllers to consume vital
processing resources unnecessarily, limiting plug-in and track count and generating
DAE errors during playback and record passes. It is therefor recommended to keep
these drivers up to date at all times.

Follow the same procedure listed above to access the device manager, but instead
look in the "Network Adapters" category.
Network adapters come from a variety of manufacturers. In many cases they are built
into the computer's motherboard, but sometimes are installed as optional PCI or
PCIe cards in the computer's chassis.
Locate and install the most current drivers for your network adapters by going to
the adapter manufacturer's web site.
There will often be more than one network adapter listed in the device manager. Try
and update all network adapter drivers to the latest versions.

back to top

Disable Turbo Boost and C-State Transition (BIOS)

These settings are not available on all computers, but it is very important to
disable them if possible. Turbo Boost and C-State Transition affect the way the
clock speed of the processor is managed. When either of these are enabled, the
processor will dynamically change speeds depending on computing activity, and this
throttling will generally cause errors in Pro Tools. You will need to access your
computer's BIOS setup to change these settings.

Consult your computer or motherboard manufacturer to determine if either of these


settings are available on your system, and learn how to disable them if so.

back to top

Adjust Power Options

This optimization prevents the computer from going into Sleep Mode, which can cause
playback issues with audio interfaces. This will also prevent the hard drives from
going to sleep, and disables USB Selective Suspend, which can cause pops and clicks
during record and playback with USB interfaces when enabled.

Open the Start menu and click on Control Panel.


In Large icon View, click on Power Options.
Select the High Performance power plan. Click on the Change plan settings link.
Set the display's sleep time to Never.
Set the computer's sleep time to Never.
Click on the Change advanced power settings link.
Click on the + sign next to Hard Disk.
Click on the + sign next to Turn Off Hard Disk After.
Click in the value box; the text entry field will now be accessible.
In the text entry field, type Never.
Click on the + sign next to USB settings.
Click on the + sign next to USB selective suspend setting.
Double-click where it says Enabled and click on Disabled.
Click on the + sign next to Processor power management.
Click on the + sign next to Minimum processor state.
Type 100 in the Setting (%) text entry field.
Click Apply then OK.
Click Save Changes.
Close the Power Options window.
Watch the tutorial video on YouTube or Vimeo.

Supplemental: Disable USB Power Management (USB interfaces only)


This optimization frees up bandwidth on the USB bus and can help resolve problems
with device recognition and driver installation.

Open the Start menu. Right-click on Computer and choose Properties.


Click on Device Manager in the upper left corner.
In the Device Manager window, double-click on Universal Serial Bus Controllers.
Double-click on the first USB Root Hub item.
Click on the Power Management tab.
Uncheck the box that says "Allow the computer to turn off this device to save
power." and click OK.
Repeat this process for all other USB Root Hub items.

back to top

Run as Administrator

This can help with various launch issues as well as a variety of MIDI issues (i.e.,
no MIDI output or control surface communication) and using the Avid/Digidesign
hardware driver in third-party DAWs.

Right-click on the Pro Tools icon on your desktop.


If using a third-party DAW, right-click on that application's icon instead.
Choose Properties.
Click on the Compatibility tab.
Check the box that says "Run this program as an administrator."
Click Apply and then OK.

back to top

Hard Disk Optimizations

This optimization allows your hard drives to work more efficiently when recording
and playing back audio files, and can sometimes resolve DAE Error -9073.

Open the Start menu and click on Computer.


Right-click on the first drive you intend to use for audio storage.
Choose Properties.
If checked, uncheck "Compress this drive to save disk space."
If checked, uncheck 'Allow files on this drive to have contents indexed.'
Click Apply and then OK.
Repeat the process for each of your audio drives.

back to top

Install Latest Device Drivers (Pro Tools 9 and later)

It is always important to install the latest drivers available for your audio
interface to ensure maximum compatibility with Pro Tools.

If you have an Avid/Digidesign interface, visit this page to download the latest
drivers compatible with Pro Tools.
For third-party interfaces, visit the manufacturer's website to download the latest
drivers available for your audio interface.

back to top

Adjust Processor Scheduling

This optimization allows the computer to run Pro Tools more efficiently.

Click on the Start Menu, right-click on Computer.


Choose Properties.
Choose "Advanced System Settings."
Under the Performance section, click the Settings button.
In the Performance Options window, click the Advanced tab.
Under the Processor Scheduling section, select the Background Services option.
Hit Apply and then OK to close the Performance Options window.
Click OK to close the System Properties window.
Restart the computer for the changes to take effect.

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Disabling Screen Saver

This optimization will prevent a screen saver from starting. An error may occur if
the screen saver starts while Pro Tools is open.

Right-click on the Desktop and select Personalize.


Click on Screen Saver.
In the Screen Saver menu, select None and click OK.

Windows XP
Configure Device Manager
Open the Start menu and then click on 'Control Panel'.
In Classic View, double-click System.
Click on the 'Hardware' tab on the top of the window.
Click on 'Device Manager'.
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Disable Network Cards and Audio Devices
In addition to freeing up system resources, disabling network cards and onboard
audio devices can sometimes alleviate DAE Errors -6085 and -6086.

In the Device Manager window, double-click Network adapters, then double-click the
Network Adapter card you want to disable.
Under the Driver tab, choose Disable, and click OK.
Double-click on Sound, Video, & Game Controllers, then double-click on the
computer's onboard sound card.
Under the Driver tab, choose Disable, and click OK.
Close the Device Manager window.
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Disable USB Power Management
This optimization frees up bandwidth in the USB bus and can help resolve problems
with device recognition and driver installation

In the Device Manager window, double-click on 'Universal Serial Bus Controllers'.


Double-click on the first 'USB Root Hub' item.
Click on the 'Power Management' tab.
Uncheck the box that says 'Allow the computer to turn off this device to save
power'.
Click OK.
Repeat this process for all other 'USB Root Hub' items.
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Disable System Startup Items
In addition to freeing up system resources, this can resolve conflicts with other
applications that automatically start up with your computer.

Open the Start menu and choose Run.


Type msconfig and click OK.
The System Configuration Utility opens. Under the General tab, choose 'Selective
Startup'.
Deselect 'Load Startup Items'.
Go to the Startup tab and check 'MMERefresh'.
Go to the Services tab and choose the option to 'Hide All Microsoft Services'.
Click Disable All.
Find the following items: 'Digidesign MME Refresh Service' and 'digiSPTIService'.
Check them both and click Apply.
(If you have any M-Audio devices, check the following items also: MAFWTray, M-Audio
Taskbar Icon)
Close the System Configuration Utility.
Click Restart to restart the computer.
After restarting, the computer displays a System Configuration message. Select the
"Don't show this message again" option. You can revert to the original settings by
running msconfig and choosing Normal Startup.
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Hard Disk Optimizations
This optimization allows your hard drive to work more efficiently when recording
and playing back audio files, and can sometimes resolve DAE Error -9073.

Open the Start menu and click on My Computer


Right-click on your C: drive
Choose Properties
Uncheck 'Compress this drive to save disk space'
Uncheck 'Index this drive for faster searching'
Click OK
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Adjust Power Management
This optimization prevents the computer from going into Sleep or Standby mode,
which can cause playback issues with the audio interface and its driver.

Open the Start menu and then click on 'Control Panel'.


In Classic View, double-click Power Options.
Click on the 'Power Schemes' tab.
Select 'Always On'.
Click OK.
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Disable ClearType Font Smoothing
This optimization frees up system resources on your computer.

Open the Start menu and then click on 'Control Panel'.


Double-click on Display.
Click on the Appearance tab.
Click on Effects.
Deselect 'Use the following method to smooth edges of screen fonts'.
Click OK to save your settings and close the Effects dialog.
Click OK.
Restart the computer.
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Adjust Processor Scheduling
This optimization allows the computer to run Pro Tools more effeciently.

Open the Start menu and then click on 'Control Panel'.


In Classic View, double-click System.
Choose 'Advanced System Settings', then click on the Advanced tab.
Under the Performance section, click the Settings button.
In the Performance Options window, click the Advanced tab.
Under the Processor Scheduling section, select the Background Services option.
Click OK to close the Performance Options window.
Click OK to close the System Properties window.
Restart the computer for the changes to take effect.
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Disable Screen Saver
This optimization will prevent your screen saver from being enabled. An error may
occur if the screen saver is enabled while Pro Tools is open.

Right-click on the Desktop and select Properties.


Click on Screen Saver.
In the Screen Saver menu, select None.
Click Apply and then OK.
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Display Performance
This optimization frees up system resources on your computer.

Open the Start menu and then click on 'Control Panel'.


In Classic View, double-click System.
Click on the Advanced tab.
Under Performance, click on Settings.
Choose the option to 'Adjust For Best Performance'.
Hit Apply and then OK.
Cubase 9 minimum requirements
64-Bit Windows 7 / 8.x / 10
64-bit Intel or AMD multi-core processor (Intel i5 or faster recommended)
4 GB RAM (8 GB or more recommended)
18 GB free HD space
1366 x 768 display resolution (1920 x 1080 recommended)
Graphics card with DirectX 10 and WDDM 1.1 support (Windows only)
USB port for USB-eLicenser (license management)
OS-compatible audio hardware*
An internet connection is required for activation, account setup and
personal/product registration.
Additional downloads may be required for the installation.

SONAR LE System Requirements


Minimum system requirements

Windows 7, Windows 8 or Windows 10 (32 and 64-bit).


XP and Vista are no longer officially supported
Intel Core 2 Duo E8200 2.67 GHz / AMD Phenom Quad Core 9750 2.4 Ghz or higher
2GB of RAM
1280x800 minimum screen resolution
4.5GB for minimal install, 20GB recommended
Broadband internet connection for download
Gobbler requires internet connection

Platinum Samples Zildjian Artist MIDI Groove Library BFD3, BFD2, EZDrummer,
Superior Drummer,
Addictive Drums, Cakewalk Session Drummer

Reason 9
Windows:

Fast, stable internet connection for installation and registration required!


Intel or AMD processor with dual cores
4 GB RAM (8 GB or more recommended for large ReFills or Rack Extensions)
4 GB free hard disk space (program may use up to 20 GB scratch disk space)
Windows 7 or later (64-bit)
Monitor with at least 1280x768 resolution
Audio Interface with ASIO driver
MIDI interface and a MIDI keyboard recommended

comprar:
64bits, windows 10, 16gB de ram - velocidade,
(1920 x 1080 recommended) minimum screen resolution
1TB HD - SATA

Notebook
MARCA: CCE
MODELO: 746LE+
PROCESSADOR: i7 2630
MEMRIA: 4GB DDR3
DISCO RIGIDO: 640 SATA
PORTAS: 3x USB 2.0 - HDMI
REDE: ONBOARD INTEGRADO
SOM: ONBOARD INTEGRADO
VIDEO: ONBOARD INTEGRADO
SISTEMA OPERACIONAL: LINUX