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On Wed, 19 Jun 2013 00:38:26 +0200 David wrote:
What is the difference between a multi-track-recorder(*) with
low-latency "monitoring", mixer, effects and remote-control abilities
(mackie, midi, osc) on one hand and a low-latency fully digital
mixer with effects, multi-track recording and remote-control abilities
(mackie, midi, osc(?))?
See, I couldn't spot it either...
To rephrase Fons:
Why the hell would my main-output click when I change my tech-headphone
from pfl to afl? Regardless whether "main" is a PA or just the other
guys listening in the studio, this shouldn't happen.
And why should it be technically needed to have this behaviour?
Monitoring should be feed from the channels in parallel to the main
audio-flow, not disrupting the audio-flow.
(*) I know, its an awfull simplification of what ardour is...
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