Yes, yes, and yesCan someone say in layman's terms what advantage AMD has.
Cheaper faster and more powerful is all I know but is this true?
These are curious claims. I use Cubase and Waves daily on my Asrock x570/Ryzen 3700X/OSX 10.15.4 Ryzentosh and they have worked flawlessly. My daughter prefers to work in Logic and has experienced no issues. DaVinci Resolve also works well. Can't speak to Reaper as I use those other serious tools..... ;~)WTH did I say?
Look, I'm glad that your Ryzentosh is working fine for you. But some Adobe apps simply don't work on Ryzentoshes -- Waves plugins don't work, Cubase doesn't work, Reaper doesn't work, and even Logic Pro exhibits some weird behavior.
Speaking as someone who built a Ryzen 3900 XT system just last month, on OpenCore for the first time, I can heartily recommend OpenCore.
However I am now back on an Intel i7 10700 build instead. The Ryzen was super-fast and all that, but the lack of virtualisation apps (except Virtualbox), some unexplained weirdness with XCode no Android EMulator (see virtualisation) and the failure of most Adobe Creative Studio apps to even launch ended it for me.
That said - the AMD announcement is great news from www.tonymacx86.com
My other DAC is the Sony TA-ZH1ES that I use for only for headphones with a Sony NW-WM1A as the source.The Benchmark DAC3 is stunning... I