On 11 Aug 2009, at 08:04, Jens M Andreasen wrote:
It's not ideal, but assembling all the jack buffers into one big one
is not going to be that much load on the CPU.
> Potentially It should also be possible to stream from harddisk via DMA
Yeah, I think that would have to be app specific.
Another tack would be to provide a library that could execute LV2
plugins (with CUDA versions of the code in the bundle). It would
presumably need a daemon or such, but would be more generally useful
than a hacked jackd.
> Doing live performances requres another approach though.
Not difficult, just not what anyone really wants. The whole point of
jack is that it lets you combine bits of software in different ways,
this would take that away to some extent.
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