[linux-audio-dev] Linux && dsp additions

Jay Vaughan seclorum at mac.com
Tue Jun 17 18:09:48 UTC 2003

>I wonder: Does a company like that have to enter into any binding
>agreements with Microsoft and/or Apple ? Creamware makes hardware, but
>their drivers and other softwares are only available for Win/Mac
>platforms, and so far they've shown no interest in sharing sources. Is
>it in part because of any wedding to M$ and Apple ? Just wondering out

It has nothing to do with arrangements like this, and everything to 
do with what the market is like.  The linux DSP market right now is 
non-existent - it'd help to have a multitrack DAW running, at least, 

That said, though, things are moving fast in the Linux Audio world. 
The first company to have a working DSP platform akin to other OS'es 
will stand to gain a lot of ground ...



Jay Vaughan
r&d>>music:technology:synthesizers - www.access-music.de/

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