• EEight

    @lacuna said:

    Why is there the „sleep-time“ of PD? For energy-saving??????
    This seems to slow down the whole process-chain?
    Can I control this with a startup flag or from withing PD? Or only in the sources?

    Not sure, would be interested to know too. I just see this flag on linux:
    -nosleep -- spin, don't sleep (may lower latency on multi-CPUs)

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    @ddw_music Not sure if it is what you are looking for, but this might be interesting: https://www.chnry.net/ch/spip.php?article94

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  • EEight

    @AllesDings Maybe using a screengrab app, on linux I'm using this:
    https://www.maartenbaert.be/simplescreenrecorder/

    Cheers

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    @Seán Beautiful, thanks for sharing!

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    A long time ago I did a patch that was able to keep the same loudness (perceptible) when applying a FX. The most obvious FX was a distortion. I lost the patch and I tried to redo it using env~ but it's not working like before.

    So something like that:

    [inlet~]
    |      |
    |      [check loudness average]
    [FX (distortion)]
    |
    [apply same loudness as inlet~]  
    |
    [dac~]
    

    Of course sometimes it's good to have a boost in loudness when applying a distortion, so I will fine-tune this method. Maybe I should consider using a compressor instead?

    Thanks

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    Basic captcha is in place, but I think I need to change it from time to time...
    @whale-av you're now an admin, thank you so much for all the support (> 2k posts)!

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    @whale-av When talking about cpu, I always think about the frequency of the Apollo Guidance Computer: 2.048 MHz.

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  • EEight

    @cfry Pd is still 32bit only. VCV-rack = very cool piece of software but yeah might be a little bit cpu intensive.

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    The idea is to use a light window manager, but with a realtime kernel, that would be the best setup. I am not aware of such distribution (I recall vaguely a distribution named puppy but looks dead to me). It's always possible to install a realtime kernel on top of xubuntu but not easy AFAIK.

    Ubuntu Studio is your best bet, it use xfce have realtime kernel.

    As for pd, I would install purr data, but of course using vanilla is really easy too if you know how to build.

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    @anibalzorrilla You can try to install the dev package:
    sudo apt install librtaudio-dev

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