Re: [LAU] Jack transport - was - Ardour/Muse Jack tempo lock

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Date: Wednesday, August 13, 2014 - 4:48 am

On 08/13/2014 06:08 AM, Tim E. Real wrote:
[..]

While the user-experience may improve, technically that mechanism only
makes sense if it is automated (eg a MMC slave or similar).

A user pressing a button and that event jumping all the fences and hoops
until it finally reaches jack has a random delay to begin with.

With a modern SSDs the seek and pre-buffer time until the transport is
ready to roll is likely shorter than the time it takes for a mouse-click
to be processed by the application on most systems.

2c,
robin
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Re: [LAU] Jack transport - was - Ardour/Muse Jack tempo lock, Fons Adriaensen, (Mon Aug 11, 10:06 am)
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