Re: [LAU] Raspberry Pi and real-time, low-latency audio

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Date: Monday, April 15, 2013 - 10:40 pm

On Mon, April 15, 2013 12:27 am, Jeremy Jongepier wrote:

>> Though making an enclosure and buying the switches (that can handle

I thought the R-Pi has GPi/os. Is it not possible to use switches
connected direct?

>> Is that a Dan Armstrong? Or does someone else make clear (and very

Ya, Last D.A. I saw was about 1974. It was a bass, but was short scale so
the intonation was problematic. It was heavy. The owner went from that to
a Rick.

> In addition, there are some manufacturers

They look nice. How easy is it to keep them clean? Or are finger marks not
visible more than 5 feet away anyway? Says 9 pounds... I haven't weighed
any of mine...Hohner (the jack) headless - 7lbs - Rickenbacker bass - 10
lbs - squire katana bass (ex rental now fretless) 7.3 lbs So weight is not
an issue.

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Len Ovens
www.OvenWerks.net

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Re: [LAU] Raspberry Pi and real-time, low-latency audio, Len Ovens, (Mon Apr 15, 10:40 pm)
Re: [LAU] Raspberry Pi and real-time, low-latency audio, Jeremy Jongepier, (Tue Apr 16, 7:19 am)
Re: [LAU] Raspberry Pi and real-time, low-latency audio, Felix Homann, (Tue Apr 16, 9:19 am)
Re: [LAU] Raspberry Pi and real-time, low-latency audio, Jeremy Jongepier, (Tue Apr 16, 9:27 am)