See post below.
I recently upgraded to Sonar 5 Producer (from S4P) and was told the "Perfect Space" is essentially a rebranded version of "Pristine Space Lite" with the interface path widned to 64 bits.
1) Is this true?
2) If yes then when will Pristine Space have a 64 bit interface?
When the Pristine Space interface is upgraded to 64 bit I believe there will be a large market of S5P users who would be interested in making the move to Pristine Space because of the additional features it provides (including me). I don't think many S5P users would be willing to give up the 64 bit precision interface in an upgrade.
Just my 2¢,
I can't comment on Cakewalk products as I'm under NDA with Cakewalk.
Pristine Space is not going to have 64-bit interfacing as I'm not convinced it is necessary. If PerfectSpace has this 64-bit interfacing it does not mean it sounds necessarily better.
So you can't talk about Perfect Space and it's relationship to Pristine Space, etc., I can read between the lines. Seems like that was a bullseye shot.
I understand your position about a 64 bit interface based on what your experience tells you, obviously your experience is much broader than mine on this subject.
As far as marketing Pristine Space it seems to me that even if including the option of having a 64 bit interface only gives a subtle increased quality it would still be good "marketing" to have it as an available option. Especially when it looks like 64 bit mixing engines will become the norm for the future.
Also, it would help me to make a decision to part with hard earned $ that I would spend on your products.
More pennies from where I sit.
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