|Submitted on: 11/20/2003 2:02:51 PM
By: Brian Black
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| The purpose of this program is to provide a way to stream the aural sounds captured from a capture device(microphone) to a sound device in real time. Full Duplex Without Any Latency Is The Goal!! Currently i have not found any other example that can provide this ability. Now The program does have a latency issue, but it still is the best that i have seen. Try It Out!! if anyone can find a way to get this to provide better performance pleeze let me know.
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|11/20/2003 7:09:26 PM:CGR
I had the same problem but mine
resulted from using real time effects
while MultiTrack recording with
Steinberg Nuendo 2(Best Choice Trust
Me!!) anyway after doing A LOT of
research I found out that it almost
always doesn't have anything to do with
the full duplex software itself but the
computers configuration, of course you
will need a fairly good soundcard and
|11/20/2003 7:10:18 PM:CGR
The issues are with XP and 2000 and
include: Advanced Power Management,
ACPI, also you should disable Autorun
and you should change your Processor
Scheduling from "Programs" to
"Backround Services", to do this in XP
go into Control Panel then into System
then click the Advanced Tab then under
Performance click Settings then click
the Advanced Tab now you will see it.
|11/20/2003 7:10:44 PM:CGR
For more information about these topics
visit these sites from Steinbergs'
Hope this helps :-)
|11/21/2003 3:04:23 PM:Rana Hossain
I had a similar problem, and had to
LOWER the speed setting from DXDiag
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