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EMI Publishing in New York needed to upgrade and update their writing/recording set up and when it came to computing, they made the easy choice – a Custom Shop PCAudioLabs beast running Sonar X1. There’s a blog entry about the room and EMI’s headquarters on the Cakewalk site. Read all about it here 

Have a DREAM?? We can help get you there.. Dream it. Be it. Featuring PCAudioLabs Rok Box MC 7x. Brought to you by Intel and Intel Studios.

CHATSWORTH, CA (November 1st 2011) – PCAudioLabs has been nominated for their Outstanding Technical Achievement in Computer Audio Hardware as selected by the 2011 TEC Awards Nominating Panel.The TEC Foundation for Excellence in Audio has announced the nominees in nineteen categories of 27th Annual TEC Awards. The awards ceremony will be held at the NAMM

PCAudioLabs is a different sort of boutique system builder out of Chatsworth, CA.  While so many custom computer systems you see here are targeted toward gamers and mainstream users, the folks at PCAudioLabs, you guessed it, cater to musicians, both professional and amateur, as well as production studios and educational institutions. There aren’t many system builders

Kingston stopped by our studio one day to find out more about how their HyperX memory benefits audio production.  They put together this great little video to share their experience with you.

“We call our systems MCs — Music Computers — not PCs,” says Greg Butler, managing director of PCAudioLabs. “A general-purpose PC can handle a lot of tasks very well, such as running spreadsheets, using email or browsing the Internet. However, they’re not built from the ground up to handle the special needs of musicians and

Gregory Butler of PCAudio Labs and Brandon Ryan give a demonstration of the new Rok Box MC x Series at SIGGRAPH 2011. These machines run on the latest Intel Core Processors and use Intel SSD technology.  

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