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On 2005-03-29, at 12:22, Takashi Iwai wrote:
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> ALSA provides the "driver" feature in user-space because it's more
> flexible, more efficient and safer than doing in kernel. It's
> transparent from apps perspective. It really doesn't matter whether
> it's in kernel or user space.

Yes because it's that wonder full linux sound processing sucks in
compare
to the other OSs out there doing it in kernel.

> I think your misunderstanding is that you beliieve user-space can't do
> RT. It's wrong. See JACK (jackit.sf.net), for example.

I know JACK in and out. It doesn't provide what you claim.

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