[PlanetCCRMA] Qjackctl settings for Delta 1010LT?

Mark Knecht markknecht@gmail.com
Tue Aug 9 06:34:02 2005

Yeah, it's the one reason I keep my old MidiVerb. It's probably not
worth $50 any more but it's hardware and works well with my RME
hardware mixer.


On 8/9/05, Timo <timo.sivula@gmail.com> wrote:
> Joe, Mark, et al,
> seems like -p 64 is too low for the Delta 1010LT as you said. I now
> have three hours of continuous listening to http://www.auralmoon.com
> with alsaplayer with 0 xruns using -n 2 -p 128. Seems stable also when
> recording audio with Rosegarden. Tests continue.
> While recording drums hw monitoring is fine, but for vocal recording
> it is nice to be able to mix in a bit of reverb into the monitor line.
> It helps the vocalist. To do that you need pretty low latency if you
> want to use the DAW effects. -n 2 -p 128 is 5.8 ms when using 44.1
> kHz, which should be good enough for this purpose, at least I can not
> hear that in the monitor reverb, but then again, I am a drummer, not a
> vocalist ;-)
> Thanks
> On 8/9/05, Joseph Dell'Orfano <fullgo@dellorfano.net> wrote:
> > I actually use -n 2 and -p 2048. With the delta1010LT, I use the onboard
> > mixer for hardware monitoring (easily controlled with the envy24control
> > mixer. The latency then becomes irrelevant. Other users have suggested
> > this approach to me on this board and on LAU list.
> >
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