On Mon, Mar 12, 2012 at 7:25 PM, James Mckernon wrote:
the code in the ALSA backend suffers from terrible jitter because of
the a2jmidi codebase is the only thing that gets this right;
ironically, in its original incarnation, it had 3 executables (j2a,
a2j and a2jmidid), and only the two simple ones got the design right.
a couple of years i worked on fixing up a2jmidid so that it now has
zero jitter (constant 1 period latency).
eventually the plan is to rip the existing ALSA backend code out, and
replace it with something like an internal JACK client based on
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