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Hi and thanks for the replies!
Actually, regarding latency, I'm running with 2.9ms right now (64 buffers 2
periods), and it's rock solid.
The problem is that soon there will be no more support for my rt kernel.
20ms. would be a huge downgrade for me, as tracking becomes a bit
problematic with such figures.
On Mon, Jan 9, 2012 at 5:58 PM, Joe Hartley wrote:
> On Mon, 9 Jan 2012 17:23:20 +0200
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> Heard good things about Arch in audio use too. Anyone got experience w=
I've been using Arch for a couple of months now. =A0I really like=
that it's very streamlined. =A0I'm not running anything in the back=
that isn't necessary and my performance on my old P4 with 2GB RAM is
better than I have any right to expect. =A0I recently recorded and mixed an=
album that had 40-50 tracks when we were done, and it was only when I
started overloading the fx that I ran into trouble, and then it was just
a matter of being smarter about submix busses and putting the fx on the
submixes to get me out of trouble. =A0I still had lots going on with it.
Unfortunately, the degree of difficulty is quite high. =A0Fortunately I'=
been a UNIX professional for 25 years, and have been working with Linux
since the Yggdrasil days, but it still threw me a few curves before I
got the system to a workable point.
I had been a Fedora/CCRMA fan for years, but I think the last release
I had good performace on was F12. =A0With any luck I'll be able to upgr=
the hardware soon and will get to go through this all over again! =A0My
problem there is that I have 2 Delta 1010s so I need 2 PCI slots, and
they're getting harder to find these days.
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