Learn more about Audio/MIDI

It dawned on me that many of the questions on VDL:2 are not so much problems with VDL:2, but rather symptoms of the fact that general Audio/MIDI topics can be confusing to those of us who really haven't used music programs beyond notation.

There are a variety of wonderful resources on the internet that can help you learn more about various programs and technical foundations. That said, the better you know your tools, the better you'll be able to construct with them. Remember, just because you may own a copy of Adobe Illustrator, it doesn't make you a graphic designer... :)

Here are some good resourses to check out. Please feel free to add to this list if you find a good resource!

[url=http://www.northernsounds.com/forum/]Northern Sounds[/url]


[url=http://www.kvraudio.com/forum/]KVR Audio[/url]

[url=http://osxaudio.com/forums/index.php]OSX Audio[/url]
Here's another very good one for Windows XP folks. Lots of tips on configuring and optimizing XP so it plays nice with audio progams. Follow the link to ";tuning tips";.

Jim, Thanks for posting the Windows XP ";tuning tips";. This improved my playback immensely.
Here is a good site for Macintosh users.

I have found a bunch of cool, helpful things at macmusic.org
I use this forum from time to time:


One more thing, check out their Resource Center (top of the page).
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