On Fri, Dec 11, 2009 at 9:18 AM, torbenh wrote:
Very nice. The part about having an ASIO based netjack interface is a
key element that I was not aware existed. And the jack-midi virtual
device solves the transport issue as well. I need to give this a try
once I finish building my new system.
I'll also be interested to see how well routing netjack connections
between a windows guest and mac guest works out. Should be
Perhaps in cases like this where more than one jack process is
competing for processor time, Round Robin scheduling might work
I'm interested to see how KVM compares to VirtualBox. From what I
understand it's a bit faster / lower latency because it "runs closer
to the metal" compared to VirtualBox / Xen / VMware.
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