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Re: low-latency audio I/O for Windows

On 3 Oct 2007, at 23:19, Greg Beller wrote:
Max-MSP and (free) PureData are softwares of graphic programming conceived for the treatment of real-time musical / video streams.
They allow you to act on the size of the audio buffer and on the size of the computed vectors.
The minima which you could reach always depend on the specification of your soundcard.



And so does SuperCollider, a textual programming language for sound synthesis.

As for low latency under Windows, try and use ASIO drivers, it seems to be the fastest on the software side and the it always depends on what hardware you are using. See http://www.staudio.de/kb/english/ drivers/