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Re: Re: [fluid-dev] FS 1.1.2 alpha sound rendering issue

From: Bernd Casper
Subject: Re: Re: [fluid-dev] FS 1.1.2 alpha sound rendering issue
Date: Tue, 14 Sep 2010 20:59:07 +0200

Hi David,
jOrgan is developed in Ubuntu. Since it's a Java application, it runs on all major OS's. Some of us use Windows XP and Win7 (don't know if someone has running Vista yet), some Ubuntu, some Puppy Linux. Someone managed SuSe last week. There are people who managed OSX, too.
It seems the three guys reporting the crackles were using Windows.

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Empfänger: bca
Zeit: 2010-09-14, 19:37:03
Betreff: Re: [fluid-dev] FS 1.1.2 alpha sound rendering issue
  Okay, cool that things appear fixed. But may I ask - what OS are you
jOrgan guys running? It could be that the thread synchronisation
overhead varies much between operating systems. As for now, I've just
set it to "8" which means that if there is less that 8 active voices,
there is no use waking up all the threads, so it just runs a
single-threaded loop. One might want to experiment with this some time
in the future.

As for future planning, we might want to roll out a 1.1.3 release with
just these fixes in. We have fixed ladspa, doxygen (credits to plcl),
and now this. What do you think of that?

In the meantime, I'm glad to see that (thanks to Sven Meier and Alessio
Treglia) that 1.1.2 of FluidSynth will reach Ubuntu Maverick! (And yes,
it will build with CMake :-) )

// David

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