1. Reading the sales blurb on the MS, it gives the impression that it runs Multiple ASIO drivers on one sound card, whereas you only ever need one, and a host that can connect multiple instruments to it. (Having more than one driver has no relevance, as the limitation is the sound card capabilities)
2. An ASIO driver is only required with Windows programs, and was designed by Steinberg to bypass the high latency Windows system. (The ASIO driver specifically states that only 1 dedicated driver per sound card is required to achieve maximum performance)
3. The ASIO Host you keep going on about with Jack, is nothing more than an extension of a Host (VST for instance) that can run and connect standalone programs to each other and/or the ASIO driver. (Which as the Jack system is now available for Windows, means it to can do exactly the same as the Wine version on Linux. (Linux itself like the Mac doesn’t need an ASIO driver as they already have native low latency drivers)
4. Emphasize what the MS can do by all means, but don’t keep posting (Or advertising) about none existent differences between your system and a Windows system. (There is no need to take pot shots at other OS, as the MS can easily stand on its own 2 feet, as well as holding its head up high)
Keep up the good work with MS, as the Groove X7 (Black) really looks the business.
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