This is my first post to Linux Audio. I had a look at alsa_in/out programs, and
the man page says it performs drift compensation for drift between the two clocks.
I would like to know more about the implementation details such as the drift
compensation using PI controller. Any paper/presentation documents available
other than the C code. Please share me the details.
Anyone else having problems pushing commits there? It was fine yesterday, but
today I get an instant refusal.
No problems with github.
Will J Godfrey
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Exchange them and we can both have a poem, a tune, and a song.
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Name of the event: Sonoj Convention
Date: 4th and 5th of November 2017
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I know this question pops up every couple of months (repeat,repeat,repeat)
but since i cant find any up to date info, i'll ask it anyway :-)
I'm looking for a new audio interface with these minimum specs :
- plug-and-play (as in 'works OOTB with no extra drivers needed or
- 8 in (minimum 2 mic ins)
- 8 out
- no internal DSP or hardware mixer (unless it is possible to config using
a native linux app)
- i will be using this live on stage so it needs to be solid and low latency
- 500eur max
I have checked out all the usual 'hardware compatibility' matrix wikis and
related websites but 90% of that info is outdated, hence this mail
All suggestions are welcome !
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