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Old 2nd September 2002
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To answer your questions:

1) No (well actually you asked two questions.) Generally a seperate audio drive is required, but in your case, with the demands you're making, you could record to the internal drive.

2) Yes

3) If you are monitoring the input, then you need not worry.

4) Not sure what the question is here. I an assuming you are not erasing the internal drive just to remove fragmentation. You will also remove everything that makes it possible for the computer to run. If you mean that you will erase a session and are worried about the rest of the information becoming fragmented, then yes, that will happen, but with modern drives that is becoming less of an issue. At some point you may need to CONSOLIDATE the remaining data. Chalk one up for a seperate audio drive.

5) No

Hope this helps. Have fun,