Acoustica Greg wrote:Hi, Thanks Greg !
Mixcraft should work just fine with Windows 10*. You can have both Mixcraft 7 and 8 installed at the same time if you want; they go into separate folders. It doesn't matter which order you install them. You could download Mixcraft 8 Recording Studio and try it out, then buy the upgrade, and install Mixcraft 8 Pro Studio right over Mixcraft 8 Recording Studio.
*Every once in a while, somebody's microphone will have privacy settings turned on with Windows 10, preventing it from working, but you can fix that by going into Windows privacy settings and changing a setting.
Acoustica Greg wrote:Hi,
Mixcraft should work just fine with Windows 10*. <snip>
I am not familiar with Mixcraft, but am constructing a new PC for a friend who will be using Mixcraft Studio 8.
I was thinking:
i5 processor, (go to i7?)
8 GB RAM (would 16 have a significant effect?)
Would integrated sound (Intel) work, or is an internal or external sound card better (recommendations?)
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