Subject: Re: [ecasound] Metronome problems (l-ecasound: addressed to trusted sender for this address)
From: Stefan Bund (l-ecasound.d.xalan_AT_xoxy.net)
Date: Tue Nov 25 2003 - 11:53:02 EET
Ok, I am back from the dead :-) ... have been rather busy lately and
have had no time for my audio projects.
Stefan Bund <l-ecasound.d.xalan_AT_xoxy.net> writes:
> Does JACK introduce additional overhead/latency?
"Jack O'Quin" <joq_AT_io.com> writes:
> No extra latency. There is some context switch overhead added to each
> cycle. It's usually not a problem in practice, as long as your system
> is well-tuned for low latency.
Sounds interesting. But I have some problems with low latency on my
Laptop, but thats not the problem in question here.
At the moment I have implemented a function to pre-record the
metronome to its own audio track. That works well, even though it
wastes some disk space. At the Moment I am content with this solution
even though a nice wavetable based metronome plugin would be nice.
If I find enough time I may well implement such a beast, but will
probably go the LADSPA-Plugin route.
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