Linux Audio Conference 2011
Configuring your system for low-latency real-time audio processing
Jeremy Jongepier

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Just installing GNU/Linux and a real-time kernel doesn't turn your system in a real-time low latency environment at once. A properly configured system demands some more modifications to what most distributions set up by default. And in a lot of cases a real-time kernel isn't even necessary. So besides going through some of the most important ways to improve the performance of your system this workshop may also debunk some tenacious myths.

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