auggybendoggy wrote:Yea, my main point is that if Graphics cards make a difference then isn't it true about sound cards as well.
Thanks for the response. It seems like you're saying that there are few audio cards that pre-process. But it seems there should be lots of them. If an audio card could be made with insane processing power, much the way a graphics card is, then perhaps that's what lots of us are missing. In that sense it seems like you're saying, they are similar to graphics cards in that they COULD lighten the load off the CPU by adding in processing power. Perhaps I'm misunderstanding you. I realize most cards on the market are as you describe, but I'm talking about the potential to manufacture cards in such a way.
auggybendoggy wrote:I'm simplying saying, it seems logical to me to say that if Graphics is simply binary data being processed in order to produce faster, smoother and more colorful graphics, than it seems Audio cards could head in that same direction but with sound rather than visual.
Steve Fogal wrote:But in the end I decided on building another machine to provide more power to with what I already have. Far more capable and far less expensive than a high end UAD.
Steve Fogal wrote:I guess it depends on your criteria, how you are willing to work, how much you have to spend, your abilities and your know how...or your willingness & patience to learn to know how.
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