[music-dsp] DOS [or DOS mode] for low latency on PC?
jeffrey traer bernstein
jeffyb at ccrma.stanford.edu
Tue Jan 6 10:34:00 EST 2004
Planet CCRMA is a souped version of redhat linux designed for audio with
a kernel tuned for low latency and rpms chock full of audio software.
Rob Belcham wrote:
>The input - output latency largely depends on your sound card. If you've got
>a cheap, or built in sound card, the latency is likely to be quite high.
>Typical modern soundcards with ASIO drivers can achive a latency in the
>order of a few ms. Is this low enough for your needs ?
>I understand Linux is also good for real-time, low latency audio, might be
>worth checking out.
>>From: music-dsp-admin at shoko.calarts.edu
>>[mailto:music-dsp-admin at shoko.calarts.edu]On Behalf Of augmentics
>>Sent: 06 January 2004 17:34
>>To: music-dsp at shoko.calarts.edu
>>Subject: [music-dsp] DOS [or DOS mode] for low latency on PC?
>>As mentioned in the past, I need low latency between input and
>>output for my
>>However Windows has horrible latency.
>>Is it worth considering using a DOS PC - or "DOS mode" with
>>to access the raw
>>soundcard hardware thus avoiding Windows? [There are several ASM
>>for SoundBlaster hardware
>>on the Web]
>>Or is this simply an insane idea ...
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