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RE: Linux Build?

Have uploaded a new version of MQn.exe (called MQn.exe2012, so just rename it) which was compiled in VS2012, it has exactly the same settings as the original one compiled with vs2010.

Sounds awesome, the previous version had a slight tendency to defuse the treble, but with VS2012 compile it is a much more complete sound with absolutely no digital harshness, some 16/44 albums I could hardly play before without getting a headache are now rendered in their full glory.

Did read they have spruced up the optimisations in VS2012 eg Auto-vectorizer. The compiler analyzes loops in your code and, where possible, emits instructions that use the vector registers and instructions that are present in all modern processors. This makes the loops run faster. (The processor instructions are known as SSE, for Streaming SIMD Extensions). You do not have to enable or request this optimization because it is applied automatically. There may be more tweaks to be had in VS2012, but this is an excellent first build.


oh, vs2012 use wide strings by default, so the unicode filename issue is solved.

did I say it sounds awesome, unbelievable.

Edits: 03/13/13

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