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Question: Would you anticipate any audio problems if software forced an ASIO driver to use a buffer of 960 samples ? A program i use forces this setting and many people report audio glitches which i thought may be related.. even though 960 is divisable it seems like a non standard interval to me.. could create compatibility problems with some drivers ?
Asked by EcBaPr (119.18.2.x) on October 6 2020, 2:48pm
Reply on October 8 2020, 9:42pm:
    If the driver is designed to accept it, then it would work. If not, then it would fail!


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  • Posted by EcBaPr (119.18.2.x) on October 9 2020, 4:57am:
    thanks... in your experience are most audio drivers you've seen only made to support the common intervals such as 512, 768, 1024 ? or do you see support for other options ? or is this just not something you see during Reaper dev ? Whenever i look at a control panel for an interface i dont think ive ever seen one that shows 960 so it seems like it could be the source of issues.


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