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RE: AGWPE (latency)

Kaj Wiik <kwi@cc.hut.fi> wrote:

>Cannot resist to send this link, I think it is very useful
>for Linux audio users:
>"If you observe all the above, you should be able to
>achieve consistent worse-case scheduling latencies of
>0.5 milliseconds on a 500MHz machine."

"Doctor, Windows messes up time-critical sound

"Then don't use Windows for time-critical sound appli-

Five hundred microseconds is actually better than I
thought I'd get: I'd settle for tens of milliseconds.
I've never heard my Linux box as much as hiccup on
sound recording or playback...

My Real Job (tm) involves embedded real-time stuff under
VxWorks. But even then, for the really tight timing, we
farm it out to a dedicated co-processor that does
little else.

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