Originally posted by abacus:
Typical latency in Windows with an ASIO driver is 3ms with buffer set at 256, (Assuming you’re using a quality sound card) and as the average hardware board latency is 2ms, (All digital keyboards have latency) then going for ridiculously low latency is just a waste of CPU power. (Tests have shown that 5ms is inaudible to the human ear)
yes, abacus but with linux is possible to have a very lower latency with a normal PC soundcard and not high tech soundcard.
if you use high tech soundcard with linux then windows can only dream.
leave all other things where linux is stronger then windows behind and see only this. pity, they must even start with linux education at schools,
because the only OS that has much to offer, and it's free too.