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Re: Real-time DSP?

There are numerous good points in the other posts, but
you might consider jMax from IRCAM running on Linux. I think
there's support for Sonorus cards under Linux.  You'll
still have to trade lots of processing power to get the
latency down, but if you really want to do it, you can.
I've also seen some good stuff done w/ Reaktor (from
Native Instruments).


> Ken M wrote:
> Hi all, I'm new to this list so I hope I'm not treading on long-worn
> soil.
> I have a PII-500, and can't help but wonder WHY I can't use this
> monster
> as my looper / effects processor / everything.
> In the state of technology today, is there a piece of software (no
> hardware
> cards or add-ons) that can take a line-in signal and REAL-TIME sample,
> loop, and/or process the sound?
> This seems to me to be the next logical step in the evolution of music
> & technology.
> Ken