« on: March 31, 2013, 06:40:57 AM »
Ahh, classic Rich. Always interesting to see a musician at work. Thanks for sharing.
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And although it's nice to be able to download from somewhere other than iTunes or Amazon, especially in FLAC(!), I'm going to keep buying his physical CDs as long as it makes sense for him to produce them.
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I have to admit, I came to Faxlabel ambient rather late. I discovered it through a Shoutcast server in '98 called J's AmbientThis is exactly how I discovered his work as well. His work was a huge inspiration and definitely part of my shift toward writing ambient music.
What I thought was weird was the interior controls on the Prometheus looked way more advanced than the Nostromo.The official answer is: When the Prometheus was built, they spared no expense and used all-current tech. The Nostromo was simply a long-haul towing ship for mined materials. It didn't need to be fancy, it just needed to work.
Desktop apps still have access to low level audio and can communicate with drivers at a low level to get low latency performance. There are no changes to how drivers work as far as desktop applications go, so its very likely that your Windows 7 drivers will work on Windows 8 without modification. (unless the driver installation prevents it)
The results of the benchmarks were surprisingly good! Windows 8 performed better than Windows 7 across the board in all categories, and in many cases with fairly dramatic performance gains.