Once in a while i see the question popping up Renoise should support tablets but those are in generic ARM based.
There are exponentially being spewed out a lot of new FCGA board projects using these cheap ARM cpu’s and the ARM cpu’s are getting more powerful by the day as well.
ARM based cpu’s are so cheap, you can build supercomputers with those.
Here’s one project that has planned to release ARM based supercomputers low cost produced for this year…
Support for an ARM based platform ofcourse depends on how the audiocard manufacturers going to respond on this emerge, because so far exactly the problem is most audiocard vendors create drivers supporting Intel or AMD based platforms hardly got used to supporting 64-bit.
I’m trying to find decent audiocard manufacturers that bring out drivers for the ARM architecture, but it seems like one of the rare situations where the google page gives me this white blank page with 0 results…
Well, not quite completely 0 results, but nothing that contains the phrases MacOSX or Windows or soundcard manufacturer names and driver downloads for ARM platforms.
There seems currently no good reason for DAW developers to back the ARM technology since the serious hardware vendors of audio cards aren’t doing anything on that area either.
So i whip up this topic so that any news about progress on this area can be added so that technology can be tracked.