Monday, November 14, 2011

Bad Time to Buy a Hard Drive

As modern electronic musicians, we can never have enough hard drive space, but now might not be the best time to pick up a new one. Thailand, as it turns out, manufactures over a quarter of the world's hard drives, and recently has suffered severe monsoons and flooding. The end result? So far, an 180% increase in the price of hard drives in the past month alone. So maybe it's time to look into trimming down your porn collection to make room for more kick drum samples rather than buy a new one.


bb said...

I’m sitting here right now trying to decide which samples I really need on my laptop and which ones I can just leave on my desktop. I was going to get a 1T drive for the laptop, but I guess I’ll have to live with the 500G.

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