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Re: Augustus Port

I'd gladly assist in any Mac->Windows porting efforts... I was involved in
porting both Vision and ProTools to Windows... and while what Per says 
about OS
X's audio layer is true (thanks to Doug Wyatt and many others at Apple), it
certainly doesn't stop the development of crossplatform software... :)


Quoting Per Boysen <per@boysen.se>:

> On Jan 1, 2005, at 14:18, Tim Clulow wrote:
> > I second this!
> > Augustus sounds like a great tool for using with live, I`d be really 
> > keen to try out a beta version for the pc if you get time to do a 
> > port.
> >  - Tim
> > > Port Augustus to Windows, and then let's talk! :)
> > > Dig
> There's indeed a huge market for Windows XP compatible software, but it 
> seems as Augustus Loop is the perfect example of the new generation 
> audio software made possible by OS X, with its support of streaming 
> audio and streaming midi built right into the operating system. This 
> software evolution made me go for an apple machine when my last audio 
> PC (Pentium 4 based) broke down last year. But there are still no super 
> fast portable apple machines available, as you can find on the wintel 
> side. For my use though, I don't miss that extra processing power and I 
> actually prefer staying close to what happening in OS X audio software 
> development.
> Greetings from Sweden
> Per Boysen
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