As I understand it, the 30A's "mainframe" is essentially a PC (albeit with special cards and wot-not), so I wouldn't have thought RAM is a particularly big deal: I guess it's as expandable as a regular PC, subject to the constraints of the motherboard (likewise the hard drive, which is 500GB per the spec.)
>so I wouldn't have thought RAM is a particularly big deal
thats an assumption , you could find this machine needs special ram at huge prices ? its not specified , the entire detail on ram is left out on a sampler ? whats the first thing you ask when you buy a sampler ? yeah how much ram it should have some specification .
The ram size needs to be documented as ' plenty ' is a bit vague when your spending $20,000 and the whole spec / document needs work as its vague , far to vague .There are to many gaps in documentation.Is 1gb possible ? 2gb ? will we have to pay $1000 for the extra ram ( will be be generic ram upgrades or ' special priced ones ' ? 10mb?>>>>>>>>> , the 10mb limit , you need to consider this side a bit as thats a serious limit and one that should be specified in a document .
The 10mb limit on sample / file size is utterly insane in this day and age , it rules out any form of longer sectional / stem work and is tiny.
You really need to specify the ram size / upgrade path , 10mb limit !!!!!!!! .It looks questionable.Keeping that detail out of the specs looks questionable.
Am i the only one who uses single sample files larger than 10mb ?