I'm sorry but I don't share your view that audio recording to computer will ALWAYS cause issues. I don't believe that's true - it does depend on the quality of the recording program, the mic and of course the sound card in the computer.
And the speed of the computer absolute and compared with the drive speed and its contents. Oh, and don't put your production drive In The Cloud or at the end of a network or USB cable.
Be sure to check that the computer isn't applying corrections, cancellations, effects or processes on either recording or playback to "help you." Doesn't have to be Windows. Even Macs can do this.
Are you using any other audio programs on your machine? Doesn't have to be much. Games will do it. You lose on Sports Call®. Audacity doesn't Play Well With Others.
How about Skype or other chat programs? Do you leave them running in the background? Don't.
I can do this for another page.
This is me setting up my stand-alone Zoom H4 recorder in my quiet bedroom. Press Record. Present. Press Stop.