On Tuesday 04 December 2007 21:39, David Olofson wrote:
I was running the Vaz analog synth simulator and some Yamaha or Roland
software GM synth on a Pentium 100 almost a decade ago. The Via and
Geode chips are pretty weak, and I'm sure Jack and various Linux
background tasks add some overhead, but is Fluidsynth really that
much more CPU-intensive?
And for what it's worth, you can get micro-ATX boards that take
Celerons and Athlons. I'd stay away from that Via stuff myself if I
were doing anything other than a web surfing terminal.
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