@Nimmer Jung and @latigid on: SD cards are mostly a matter of personal preference. Both SEQ v4+ and LoopA don’t really use them excessively. But creating a new session on the SEQ v4+ performs a few more SD card operations - here i found faster cards to be beneficial.
As they are super cheap anyways, my current go-to-cards are 16 or 32GB SDHC (this is important) SanDisk Ultra cards with “printed on” speeds of 80MB/s. Comparing such a card to a first-gen 256MB (!) card makes a big difference in the SEQ v4+. On the LoopA sessions are written and read mostly “en bloc” and the difference is smaller, but you can still notice it.
Most important tip is: backup your session files early and often to your computer 🙂 - SD cards can go bad over time…
Best regards and have a good weekend!