Live Coding/Programming - DPF rework #2 https://peertube.kx.studio/videos/watch/e35a200c-4b65-4aa1-b737-f809ba4a64fc
the updated link is now https://peertube.kx.studio/videos/watch/83c2cfdb-012d-421d-b4fb-2dd585a6d0a5
but seeing as there is no notification for when a live stream starts, I might go to the path of using non-unique URL (which then in this case does announce it)
Live Coding/Programming - DPF rework https://peertube.kx.studio/videos/watch/83c2cfdb-012d-421d-b4fb-2dd585a6d0a5
Testing the waters for livestreaming...
Still no idea how live-comments will work.
@falktx looks like it drew inspiration from this illustration, which was on the cover of tape op magazine in 2012.
Glad to see 'right to repair' getting some mainstream public attention.
Starting from Louis Rossmann that is pushing hard for it as much as he can, to big YouTube channels like LTT and MKBHD talking about it as well.
Leaving here some links to all those 3 videos.
PS: I know it is YouTube, not everybody likes it, but it is where most video creators and audience are at the moment.
under ideal conditions, I am having 10ms latency for browser audio "recording".
this does not take into account internet/network, just local.
it is not very stable at that, often being at 20ms and at worse 40ms.
I dont think it is possible to go lower than this for the inputs.
now, from my tests before the playback latency is usually much lower, but still have to find a good way for this in native code and no more python...
Been doing some tests regarding audio latency in browsers, with intention of lowering it for realtime use.
The results are not so great...
WIP, have some ideas still on things to try.
PS: Yes I did try WebRTC as well, but that doesn't matter for these tests yet because I am still running everything locally.
Introducing the Linux For Everyone Matrix channel, by popular request! It's a work in progress, but please make yourself at /Home
(Thank you to the guy who made it happen: @PoSH4Linux)
In this case, the matrix bridge helps a lot imo. Matrix users appear as bots in discord, this sometimes start a conversion about matrix among discord users. Another thing to keep in mind is to never promote such platforms - in the above message, he could've at least mentioned matrix and talk about discord as a second option. I don't know what he himself use, but its better to be on a FOSS platform, so that his followers see him use it and maybe decides to join.
Surprise, JACK output support for FFmpeg.
so we can receive audio from rtp, udp, pulse, alsa, whatever else and redirect straight to jack \o/
Of course, sfizz is mainly a vst3 and lv2 plugin for playing sfz samples, but when I learned that it was also a library I realized that my goal of making a sampler instrument was suddenly within reach. Especially the "play from disk" is a very cool feature.
I already had gathered all kinds of examples and tutorials but hadn't found the courage to start working on that. And now I could just *copy code*.
And you get free shit 😁
The engine I use for Drops has hit the milestone 1.0 release.
Congrats on the devs and everyone involved.
Release 1.0.0 · sfztools/sfizz
I've released Drops (beta).
Drops is a single audio file sample player plugin in lv2 and vst2 format for linux.
Load an audio file, play it, loop it, pitch shift it, and make it into something entirely new.
more info and downloads https://github.com/clearly-broken-software/drops/releases/tag/v1.0-beta
I hope this plugin will be of use to you.
And also an update to JACK2.
It is release day!
First off, tagging Carla v2.3 as stable, after some well needed fixes of course!
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