In my last Tame Technology column I briefly mentioned that I would talk about how we can use our soft samplers to get around the limitation of the 32-bit memory space. What is 32-bit memory space? What is 64-bit? Why do I care?
Well, the short answer is that for most of your work you shouldn’t care, but if you are using large sample libraries, stick around.
Editorial note: I won’t get into all the things needed to make your computer 64-bit ready. There are many great computer articles and discussions based on your type of computer. Suffice it to say, to completely take advantage of 64-bit architecture your machine needs to have 64-bit processors and architecture. You need a 64-bit OS and 64-bit applications, not to mention drivers, etc.
The Details- http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/64-bit