robinv wrote:Hey Vin,
I mentioned your work in a video i did recently on latency. Although i'm sure you don't approve of much of it I hope i havent misrepresented you :)
Thank you for including the project in the video, you didn't misrepresent the work at all , much appreciated.
As always, I am really enjoying what I have watched so far , currently getting intermittent dropouts in playback from this side of the pond, which is pretty amusing considering the subject matter...lol
I am attempting to download it so I can watch it all glitch free... :-)
Well this may come as a surprise to you, but we are very much on the same page for a lot if not most of it, except maybe the amount of latency that end users will tolerate comfortably , I know that if I said to my professional composer clients that 10-20ms is OK, I'd get lynched... LOL !!
It needs to be reiterated that the latency experienced when listening , whether headphones or more to the point, studio monitors at a varying distance, is an addition to that provided by the interface drivers , so the efficiency of the quality of the drivers is paramount.
The 2 key areas of importance are the actual resulting latency with all variables in play, and of course the quality and efficiency of the drivers , which you covered very well in the video.
BTW - I got to the lego explanation and was sitting back LMAO at how good it was , and then the buffering stopped. I have to show that one to the kids who are lego mad.