On Thu, 2010-07-15 at 13:45 +0200, Robin Gareus wrote:
While at least one friend throw his Apple MacOs through the window. I'm
not kidding. Modern computers + music + my friends = not good. I've got
two kinds of friends, the once who say I shouldn't use a modern computer
and the others who say, I should buy Nuendo and expensive hardware. And
btw. I don't have got 1000 friends, but just a handful.
If I would ask my neighbours to listen, they would be fine with bad
timing, regarding to their habits, listening to the radio at prime time.
Anyway, I could ask people to listen, but I'm sure this would be
> There are a couple of audio-tools who can use either RTC or HPET for
Okay, what ever user-space might be, I assume regarding to the
explanations it's unimportant for rt. And as mentioned by the text of
the link, I can confirm that at least my USB MIDI is better when using
I'll test amidiplay, but again, playing all MIDI instruments at the same
isn't the major problem, perhaps just for me, resp. for people with
The major issue is sync to audio recordings of MIDI instruments, while
doing audio recordings of other, resp. the same instruments again.
I e.g. do only have one DX7 and one Matrix-1000 and my TG33 (with vector
control) is broken, hence I can't use all outputs, but one stereo output
of the TG33.
I wish to be able to record a synth several times. This means that even
inaudible jitter will become audible, for a production.
Of course I won't record one drum after the other from any of my drum
modules, because this just would result in more noise, but recording the
snare or kick separated to other drum samples is needed, when doing the
mastering by Linux and using a compressor like JAMin.
Accumulation of jitter, caused by recording one instrument after the
other is breaking the groove.
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