Re: [LAU] Basic question about use of a lowlatency kernel

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Date: Tuesday, February 19, 2013 - 9:52 pm

On Tue, 19 Feb 2013 22:16:24 +0100, Len Ovens wrote:

>

Fixed latency seldom is a serious issue and 10 meters for me completely
doesn't matter. When QjackCtl displays a latency of 10.7 msec and I don't
get jitter, than this only could be an issue, if I play a nice groove with
a drum sampler, then I have to feel, perhaps to sing, what I'm playing and
to ignore a little bit what I hear. For those who anyway hard quantise
even this shouldn't matter. For me issues start with minimal jitter or a
fixed latency > 10.7 msec. When talking about jitter, I'm talking about
MIDI jitter, audio jitter just will make the sound muddy, but aren't an
issue regarding to timing.
If I would be rich, I would use analog gear, that btw. has latency too. I
guess looping in effects could be a serious issue for digital recording
with higher latencies. Until now I only loop in reverb and I simply reduce
the reverb's delay by the latency time.

YMMV!
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Re: [LAU] Basic question about use of a lowlatency kernel, michael noble, (Wed Feb 20, 10:26 am)
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Re: [LAU] Basic question about use of a lowlatency kernel, Ralf Mardorf, (Tue Feb 19, 9:52 pm)