I definitely agree, edited my post a little as well. I tried my own linux platform and could not get it to work properly enough to consider it good. SQ was not there.
Reason why I use foobar is primarily because theres nothing being modified unless you make it so. Its a trustworthy app, as is Stealth Audio Player. Which I would use full time if I was able to find a good MP3 decoder. Pre-compliled libmad/sox seem to all be a slight degredation, and I keep running into problems when I try to compile libmad with sox in visual studio.
As for whatever not, people would buy a paper clip if someone told them it made the sound better. I would agree with the risk of people stealing fidelizer and selling it though.
This market is too small to make profit without boastful advertising lol. I'm already making fine living now for more than what I need. I just don't want to see possibility of some smartass people making XStreamer Ultra-like stuff with Fidelizer on startup and claim more $$$ saying it's their innovation or something to fool around. Maybe it's too good to give it for free huh? But who would buy some random and mysterious application without believable technical advertising?
Anyway, I used to give it a try for Linux but main problem is decent audio interfaces usually ended up running on either Windows/Mac. Weiss MAN202 tried to archive ones in Linux for avoiding fixed cost with license from OS+Application but it seems far off from Windows/Mac in terms of SQ and usability.
Edited by ninjikiran - 5/7/11 at 4:38pm