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if you wanna play live, probably.
usually a 10ms latency or lower is small enough not to be perceptible.
if you want to work on a mix down with no live at all, a higher latency will
allow more calculation power for the effects (as these take time to run)...
> On Wed, Feb 02, 2011 at 09:04:36PM +0100, Lilli Chiffon wrote:
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if you wanna play live, probably.usually a 10ms latency or lower is sm=
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work on a mix down with no live at all, a higher latency will allow more c=
alculation power for the effects (as these take time to run)...
On Wed, Feb 02, 2011 at 09:04:36PM +0100, Lilli Chiffon wrote:
> > current settings: RT=3Dtrue; Priority: 89; Frames: 1024; SR: 44kH=
It is what can be expected with these values:
=A03 * 1024 / 44100 =3D 0.069659.
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