darrinth at gmail.com
Tue Oct 26 21:48:10 UTC 2010
On Tue, Oct 26, 2010 at 2:43 PM, Brett McCoy <idragosani at gmail.com> wrote:
> I'm not familiar with Sonivox but I use high-end samples on an almost
> daily basis (EWQL, Kontakt, etc). They are all Windows based sample
> libraries, however, and I host them using Reaper x64 on a Windows 7
> box, and do all of my sequencing and mixing with Rosegarden and Ardour
> respectively, on Linux, of course, using QMidiNet/ipMIDI between the
> two machines.
I didn't imagine that MIDI over ip would have good enough latency for
getting work done. Pardon my ignorance but are you sending back the sampler
playback via ip too?
> What sample engine are you using?
I was hoping to get away with LinuxSampler but your whole ipMIDI thing
intrigues. One thing I liked about Sonivox libraries were the available
DVI's with included effects which I assume are better for their bundled
instrument than what I could find on my own.
(I don't have a good Windows box handy but I do have an 18 month old
iMac that should work well.)
So should I imagine a universe where I run Sonivox cutesey DVIs on OSX and
yank the audio back to Jack on Linux but not notice the latency?
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