Re: [linux-audio-user] latency compensation

From: Brett McCoy <idragosani@email-addr-hidden>
Date: Fri Jul 22 2005 - 18:22:12 EEST

Sampo Savolainen wrote:

> Quite simple, actually. This example is for Ardour, but it should work
> in all Linux software which respect and use the latency values reported
> by some LADSPA plugins.
> Say you have a Bus:
> inputs -> LADSPA 1 -> LADSPA 2 -> INSERT (sp/dif out & in) -> outputs
> Newer versions of Ardour (currenty only in CVS) & Jack (the to be
> released 0.100.0) will automatically compensate for the latency caused
> by jack wiring.
> The next step is to use the ingenious plugin by Steve Harris: Artificial
> Latency. This plugin does nothing, except return a specified amount of
> latency. The amount of latency it reports is controlled like any plugin
> is controlled.

Ah, cool, that's exactly what I was looking for... I knew Nuendo and
Cubase had plugins to handle this kind of thing and wanted to verify
that I could do the same with Ardour.

I'm using all CVS built stuff, pretty current, so this shouldn't be a
problem. Whoohoo! Thanks!

-- Brett
Programmer by day, Guitarist by Night
Received on Fri Jul 22 20:15:09 2005

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