« Last post by Pneuma on 26. March 2017, 23:11:45 »
Just noticed the place for latency is in Sound Output. My setting apparently defaulted to 50ms. In reading Martin's previous response, I could not theoretically ask fo lower than 47ms given that I have ALSA and 1024.
« Last post by Pneuma on 26. March 2017, 03:58:16 »
I am ignorant about this. My GO LINUX System with 16gb and QuadCore uses ALSA and onboard built-in sound. Where do I find out these numbers for my system. Since I am not a genuine musician, I never am bothered by or aware of "latency" problems. Can someone enlighten me?
« Last post by Pneuma on 26. March 2017, 01:46:28 »
Finally tracked down the culprit for the key-pop sound on my 2084 setup. It came about when loading the SILBERMANN Sample Set. When I removed it from the mix it disappeared. Also, when I unloaded all the 4 organs and then reloaded SILBERMANN, the key-pop returned. If you kill the upper manual it goes away. Not sure how it is happening with the SILBERMANN Sample Set. Wish I could get rid of it, because removing the top manual makes the Trumpet Stop and Echo Organ unavailable. If anyone has a fix, please let me know.
« Last post by Pneuma on 24. March 2017, 10:45:30 »
Ken Barta passed a MIDI file to me with a medley of songs professionally registered and played on the Barton 3/7 Sample Set organ configured for Grand Orgue. Here is the link to the resulting .mp3 file I directly recorded from my computer's internal sound card using Audacity. http://windmountain.org/grandorgue/barton-theatre.mp3
« Last post by Pneuma on 18. March 2017, 00:39:55 »
As a retired manufacturer of MIDI Interface Systems, all I can tell you is that Controller 7 in MIDI is the standard for controlling volume. I have one of our M128/256 MIDI Processors being used for Swell and Pedal but have not as yet lashed up our CPU Controller 7 A-to-D input. Unfortunately, I have no foot shoe for the input, so I simply have always left it jumpered HI (+5) for full Controller 7 level of 127. I recently located a test potentiometer in my workshop with a .100" socket connector and I'll try to test that soon and post a further reply.