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Old 26th February 2006, 11:14 PM   #1
Thunau is offline Thunau  United States
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Default PC DSP crossover. Anyone interested in testing?

I have two loudspeaker related PC programs that I'm finishing now. I could use a few more Beta testers. What I'm looking for are people with ASIO sound cards of various makes.
I have a few folks with M-audio Delta 410 PCI and 410 Firewire, Presonus Firebox, RME Hammerfall, E-Mu 1802.
If you have different hardware and would like to contribute to the extermination of bugs, email me.
In return you will get free versions of the programs when they are officially released.

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