[Ardour-Users] Motherboard hints and tips?
Justin M. Streiner
streiner at cluebyfour.org
Thu Jan 31 10:56:01 PST 2008
On Thu, 31 Jan 2008, Mark Knecht wrote:
> My real point here is that you don't *really* have to make a hard
> choice. Put two installations on your hard drive and use them both.
> Make a decision which one to use later. Keep your /home and /audio on
> separate partitions so that everything is available to both. Be
> prepared for a few issues with things like Gnome config files in your
> home directory, but even that's not too bad.
> As I say, if I was going to build a new machine I'd go 32-bit in a
> second and possibly build a 64-bit chroot later. After 3 years I see
> no purpose in running 64-bit for recording audio and it gets in the
> way of too much web-based media.
Along somewhat similar lines, is anyone experimenting with Ardour and
related apps in a multiprocessor box? While Ardour itself isn't
especially CPU hungry, I'd think that being able to spread the processor
load from plugins and so forth over multiple CPUs, or assign those tasks
to other CPUs could be useful in some situations.
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