On Thursday 04 February 2010 18:50:28 Emanuel Rumpf wrote:
Yes, I have. I believe Ken Restivo, Atte Andre Jensen and many others too.
> We have dedicated hardware for graphics, why not for audio ?
There are manufacturers selling dedicated PCI-cards to do VST-plugin work a=
free your cpu of that. But whats the purpose of running some piece of (almo=
generic software on generic platforms, when you still need specialised=20
Of course you can buy dedicated audio-hardware. Its called keyboards and=20
synths and mixers and effects (outboard).
But isn't it easier to have it all in software and carry it around on your=
Please give us some pointers to help you improve performance on your defini=
un-tuned and probably mis-configured system before making our work bad in=20
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