Am 08.03.2013 11:02, schrieb Ben Bell:
The compiler alone can improve any audio-software a lot.
But remember, that the chain is only as strong as its weakest segment.
Try to make sure, that the source code for your apps and drivers is
written in vi, if possible with code-highlighting switched off.
Highlighted code will inevitable cause artifacts in your audio
(everybody knows pink noise OK?). Code written in Emacs may or may not
make the driver sound sterile. To be sure you could print the code
(vintage needle printers are your best choice) and retype it without
highlighting in vi (vim and other compromised derivatives of vi cannot
be trusted either).
> 4) Kernels sound better after they've been worn in a bit. Don't expect your
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