Kaldur Digital Audio Workstation

Kaldur Description

Kaldur is an air cooled digital audio workstation. This system is optimized for extremely low noise levels, due to the nature of the workflow.

This build is designed around an i9-9900k and an GTX 1050Ti, providing the user with plenty of horsepower for digital audio development.

Kaldur System Spec


i9-9900K | PH-TC14PE_BK | Z390 AORUS Elite | Vengeance LPX 2x16GB DDR4-2666 | 860 EVO 500GB | 860 EVO 1TB | Red 2TB | GTX 1050Ti 4GB | Define R6 Gunmetal | SuperNOVA P2 750 | PH-F140MP | Windows 10 Home

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Kaldur Digital Audio Workstation

Customer Review

“Top Flight Computers did a top-notch job in building my Digital Audio Workstation. For the price, I received an absolute power-house of a computer that loads my samples from Kontakt library and East-West within seconds. As an added bonus this thing is practically silent.

Depending on the person, it might be a little steep in price at first glance but if you're incredibly serious about composing or audio creation in general, this is definitely worth the price.

The owner, Chris, is a nice guy and you can definitely tell he's passionate about what he does and that goes a long way in creating trust with the customer. In all, I am extremely satisfied with what I paid for.”

- Marschawn, Raleigh NC


Pricing

A modern version of Kaldur is $2800. Workstations as low as $1500 are available.

Extended Warranties

This system is available with extended warranties.

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