On Sun, Jul 11, 2010 at 1:55 PM, Andrew C wrote:
In my case I don't bring any of this up anymore because I just stick
with whatever native OS an app is developed for. I have multiple
machines, Linux for Ardour mainly along with lots of plugins, but
Windows XP machines for GSt and Acid Pro. All the machines are linked
with ADAT optical and it's pretty much a non-issue. I've collected 4
machines over the years as I've upgraded to newer hardware. However
these old machines are still as good and as fast as they ever were so
GSt runs on it's own machine, Acid Pro on another. I only turn them on
when I need them.
Ardour remains the center of my limited use of Linux, not because of
Ardour being in any way limited but rather just because I'm doing so
little music anymore.
There's room for all the OS's under the table. (Where my machines sit...)
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