Free forum by Nabble. The motorized faders also works great. Off-topic, and a response to an old post, I know: Let me know if you need that. It’s kinda spooky to see the sliders moving by themselves. Search everywhere only in this topic. I have an old patch somewhere that adds these features to the generic rtc driver.
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In reply to this post by jazzridenews On Fri, at I think the the GPU performance is quite irrelevant for most linux audio users, although I have a feeling that the few of you who do care also yell very load about it. As far as i know nobody is using it.
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I have an old patch somewhere that adds these features to the generic rtc driver. Free forum by Nabble. Thanks for your help and inputs, Emanuel. I was working such ridiculous hours in the weeks leading up to this that I really didn’t and still don’t know my ass my from my elbow, so to speak. Search everywhere only in this topic.
[linux-audio-user] BCA2000 behringer alsa support
How does r and r compete regarding those issues? On Fri, at The best distro for music creation. On Fri, llnux Dec There’s a bug in the 2. I’m referencing a couple of threads here, specifically the discussion about -rt kernels I had recently, but FYI – I emailed one of the big guys have no idea who he is with the Ubuntu project and told him that they REALLY need an official kernel for realtime work.
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The BCF works great with Ardour. In reply to this post by ba2000 jazzride schrieb: The motorized faders also works great. I just bought one.
Reverse engineering is required and seems possible. In reply to this post by Brian Dunn Esben Stien: In reply to this post by guillaume Meurisse hi When starting rosegarden cvsI get the message “System timer resolution to low”. Please check with “id” command.
BCA standalone operation
I’m unfortunate enough to still be running FC2 Home, cz I’m lazy to find somewhere to back everything up to, re-install will get there eventually On Wednesday 18 January It uses an unknown proprietary protocol. It works really well. Whats important is sharpness and stable low-latency drivers, I think. Bca20000, of course, have never had this happen to me: In reply to this post by Brian Dunn.
How would I test it manually?