[PD] recording 192khz

Dan Wilcox danomatika at gmail.com
Sun Aug 16 19:14:10 CEST 2020

Do you have any GUIs in the chain? I'd remove all GUI objects which are being updated live, ie. a number atom between two objects, etc. Constantly updating the GUI when not really needed can slow you down...

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> i think i tried it (if i understand correctly), i started jack with rt prio
> and added the -jack tag to pd and it didnt work, just for test sake i tried
> a simple python script using pyaudio and recorded 10 min of 2 ch 192khz
> 24bit with no prob so im narrowing this down to pd misbehaving  somehow?

Dan Wilcox
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