[linux-audio-user] latency

Polashek, Matthew Matthew.Polashek at scottforesman.com
Fri Mar 12 12:38:03 EST 2004

Interesting.  I think can get 22.3 msecs right now.  I assume I will be able
to use smaller buffer sizes when I upgrade my soundcard.  (I think I read
that somewhere but I would love confirmation)

I am using qjackctl launched form the command line as superuser.  I will not
let me use a 64, 128 or 256 buffer however.  I assume this is related to the
sound card.

Matthew Polashek
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Scott Foresman/Pearson Education
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Matthew.Polashek at scottforesman.com

> ----------
> From: 	Arnold Krille
> Reply To: 	A list for linux audio users
> Sent: 	Friday, March 12, 2004 12:15 PM
> To: 	A list for linux audio users
> Subject: 	Re: [linux-audio-user] latency
> On Friday 12 March 2004 16:23, Polashek, Matthew wrote:
> > hmm.. excellent.  I am thinking of mixing onstage monitors and PA while
> > recording.  At what latency do you think the delay would become
> noticeable?
> I once tried to use my laptop with ~50msecs for master effects. But the 
> musicians complained.
> If you start jackd via qjackctl you can see the delay your settings
> produce in 
> the bottom right corner of the settings dialog...
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