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Old 12-26-2018, 01:30 PM   #52
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Originally Posted by Bri1 View Post
seasonal greetingzz- well maybe steinberg still own rights to anything developed with asio or vst techno... licenses etcetc...>
That was my assumption and what the irony of my question was pointing towards. To call something Open Source without knowing the licensing restrictions behind it is really misleading. Thus my thinking is that if it were truly open source with a LGNL, GNU, or even MIT license behind it, it seems someone would have developed and released code by now for it which addressed the initial concept problems currently associated with ASIO such as the single device limitation.

I will need someone to point me to the location of the ASIO source code along with the available associated licenses before I start to believe it is open source in the truest sense of the definition.
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