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Old 04-28-2011, 11:31 AM
Bill Denton Bill Denton is offline
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Default Re: Why Native vs. DSP Cards?

It would help to know what you're doing, i.e. mixing and/or tracking, audio and/or post, large commercial studio vs project studio.

No personal knowledge, but from what I have read HD Native performance is better for mixing than for tracking, although a lot of people seem to be getting quite low latency when tracking.

And no, you can't add process cards with the HD Native card.
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