On Tue, 2012-11-20 at 07:57 +0000, James Stone wrote:
No idea. I experienced that Quantal's version of Qtractor is absolutely
stable using DSSIs and I also had nearly no CPU load. Especially
Fluid-DSSI in the past made Qtractor crash very often. Just selecting
DSSI plugins after LADSP plugins were selected, only was possible with a
trick. Qtractor is one of the most important apps for me, but I wouldn't
recommend to use it on stage.
> Another annoying thing I have encountered is linuxsampler clicking and
I experienced AVlinux 5.0.3 with Kernel 3.0.23-rt40 and Kernel
3.0.23-avl-7-pae threadirqs as a less good audio distro, even after
removing compiz. I didn't run linuxsampler. I also dropped Debain stable
64-bit, because it's dated as AVLinux 5.0.3 (quasi Debian stable too)
and dropped Debian testing 64-bit, because it's to unstable. My read is,
that things will become more worse for Debian. Keeping init would cause
dependency, resp. maintaining issues and a transition to e.g. systemd is
known to cause issues.
I'm using Ubuntu (Studio) at the moment (upstart), dropped Arch Linux
regarding to transition issues (init -> systemd). Ubuntu, Fedora
(systemd) and maybe some other distros that already switched, perhaps
are more stable at the moment. YMMV!
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