On Tue, 1 Sep 2009 11:51:13 -0500 (CDT)
Brent Busby wrote:
> On Tue, 1 Sep 2009, Patrick Shirkey wrote:
That's why lash would be a good thing.
But now that the efforts got divided it probably slipped even further
into the future.
> These are just suggestions, just in case someone here feels on the
To me it looks like LAU just mutated to ALA, Ableton Live Advertisement.
> People come here and they talk about
Nope, it's not all about low-latencies, for many the stock kernels work
pretty well and are often more stable and I guess performancewise
similar to what other OSes provide
> Give them a out-of-the-box realtime kernel and a GUI
Those are all there, just a real session management is missing, and I'm
quite sure that it won't ever happen as long as it stays a one-man-show
or multiple one-man-shows. Instead it would need a collaborative
effort, including those developers who actively develop the main linux
audio applications, nothing less.
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