arOn Wed, 23 Jan 2013 01:56:51 +0100, Len Ovens wrote:
As already mentioned in my first reply, it's possible to unbind devices
that share the IRQ.
Another thing to do, that might help a little bit, is to make the USB port
used by the sound device head of the USB devices by rtirq. Take care that
the kernel and the rtirq script fit together. I'm using Ubuntu since
years, most of the times the rtirq script from the repositories doesn't
fit to the kernels of the repositories.
Instead of using an Ubuntu kernel, building a kernel-rt also might help a
Some people stop all unneeded services. This never improved anything on my
machine, but it doesn't harm to stop unneeded services.
You could test jackd and set periodes/buffer (n) to 3.
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