[OT] Re: rt kernel
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Tue Apr 12 05:47:30 UTC 2011
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> Von:Ralf <ralf.mardorf at alice-dsl.net>
> An:Stefan Schumann <saearea-test at yahoo.com>; Ubuntu Studio Users Help and Discussion <ubuntu-studio-users at lists.ubuntu.com>
> Gesendet:14:30 Montag, 11.April 2011
> Betreff:Re: [OT] Re: rt kernel
> On Mon, 2011-04-11 at 02:56 -0700, Stefan Schumann wrote:
> > Hello,
> > does anyone have any experience with boxes like "MIDI TIMEPIECE"?
> > http://www.motu.com/products/midi/mtpav_usb
> > http://www.tweakheadz.com/sync_mmc_mtc_smpte.htm
> > I am wondering if that could help in the quest for sync in a Linux
> > Cheers,
> > Stefan :)
> Should the Linux Computer be master or slave?
> For example SMPTE only
> - as slave librubberband hardly will be able to enable sync by SMPTE ;),
> even if you prefer transients ;).
> - as master Linux only need to be free from jitter for SMPTE ;).
> For example USB MIDI only
> - is there jitter regarding to the hardware and or software protocol of
> 1ms for USB 2.0 in general? Are such short negative or positive delays
> Record a MIDI kick, snare and hi hat of an external sound device at the
> same time on an audio track, do it again and play both tracks in unison.
> Is there a shift from phasing to an early reflection like effect?
> Record the MIDI kick, snare, hi hat from an external device one after
> the other (not at the same time) and play them in unison. Is the rhythm
> still grooving?
> I'm short in time now and I've already written to much mails for today,
> so I'll end it here.
> I don't know? It depends on too many factors. Some kind of sync is
> impossible, but seldom needed. Some kind of sync could be possible, this
> depends on jitter and aspiration.
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