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RE: laptop latency
It looks very sophisticated, and at first glance I like it.
Why would you conside ProTools a dinosaur? Granted, Digidesign has been
around for some time...remember the Session 8? But new versions of PT
come out frequently.
The main reason why I use ProTools is because of mBox. I really like
being able to plug into high quality, balanced XLR inputs (Focusrite mic
preamps) rather than a 1/8 inch mini jack and soundcard. In fact, I'd
rather avoid going to my soundcard all together. Do you know what
hardward (USB, firewire, etc) interfaces will work with Plogue?
From: a k butler [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Tuesday, March 15, 2005 2:10 AM
Subject: laptop latency
>ProTools would get constant
>buffer errors, even with high buffer settings.
From comparisons on pc, Plogue Bidule gives
much better latency than Pro-Tools.
Bidule is incredibly flexible, and easy to use.
It's designed for live work.
Generally, the smaller hosts will give better performance than the