*Insert hysterical laughter here*
On a serious note, I wouldn't mind putting a bump on this...
Not saying this "should" be done, but maybe in the future one day it "could" be done if it where to
be implemented into the design of the architecture to help "manage" DSP usage. In any kind of
DSP, its processing bandwidth limit is set *fixed* by the hardware architecture. Where you have
"more" available DSP slots in an 48khz environment but lower definition, and "less" available slots
in an 96Khz environment at higher definition, would it be correct to assume that they both roughly
balance out evenly, thus requiring roughly the same raw processing bandwidth requirements ? And
If so, wouldn't the possibility of halving the sampling resolution, also halve the processing bandwidth ?
Could in theory open up the possibility of more slots one would think, for about the same DSP demand ?