Completely new topic:
I've gone back to Linux (again) and I've realized that it sucks for audio (again). Sure, it CAN do all the stuff Windows does (well, most of it), but the real catch is how much of a PAIN IN THE ASS everything is to set up.
Shoutcasting? Easy on windows. Download Edcast, config takes 2 minutes max. Linux? You gotta make a custom xml and run from the command line, configured to output the inputs from your soundcard. It didn't even work for me when I tried it.
DJ Apps? There's basically one, and it's rather slow/laggy/buggy.
Production? Didn't even bother trying, not going to start all over and just trash 4 years of projects in FL Studio.
The only reason I did switch over is that my Windows install was getting... well... unstable, when it came to explorer.exe, and that Linux is faster and apparently better for coding (which I plan to do more of in the future)