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I didn't know guitarix had NEON optimizations - cool!
'LA Stack' to me = most well known / popular Linux audio apps. I'd like to
see JACK, Ardour, qtractor, libsamplerate and Noizemaker get NEON support
I think fftw and ffmpeg have some neon support. Do you know of any other
end user Linux audio apps except guitarix w/ NEON support J?
On Sat, Jun 29, 2013 at 1:30 PM, Jeremy Jongepier wrote:
> On 06/28/2013 04:38 PM, Dan MacDonald wrote:
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I didn't know guitarix had NEON op=
timizations - cool!'LA Stack' to me =3D most we=
ll known / popular Linux audio apps. I'd like to see JACK, Ardour, qtra=
ctor, libsamplerate and Noizemaker get NEON support eventually.
I think fftw and ffmpeg have some neon support. Do you=
know of any other end user Linux audio apps except guitarix w/ NEON suppor=
On Sat, Jun 29, 2013 at 1:30 PM, Jeremy Jongepier <firstname.lastname@example.org=
On 06/28/2013 04:38 PM, Dan MacDonald wrote:
Thanks for the update Jeremy but according to a user on jack-devel, JACK is=
having probs running on the BBB too.
Yes but only after a few hours. He also doesn't need to set the ALSA so=
ftmode option which gives me reasons to assume the USB implentation is lot =
better on this board. I think I'm going to order one.
I may try J1 on my Pandaboard too but it'd be just out of curiosity to =
if it does work. The lack of ARM/NEON optimization in the LA stack
currently means I can't realistically use the Panda for what I like to =
with Linux audio.
What doe you mean by 'LA stack'? Linux Audio? The software I'd =
like to use, guitarix, does have ARM/NEON optimization.
=A0Wheezy is otherwise rock solid on it. I had to power it
down yesterday when we were doing some work on the house and it had an
uptime of 18.5 days. No great feat but I'm sure it would've been up=
much longer if given the chance.
If I was real gung-ho about JACK on ARM I'd prob consider one of the
Chromebooks - gone are the days when dev boards are the only option for
those wanting a modern ARM Linux machine.
I can't fit a chromebook in a Hammond/Eddystone casing so for me it'=
;s no option.
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