Video - Digital Audio and the DSP meter

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svenh
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Post 08 Mar 2018

Interesting topic, very well explained - what more could one ask for? Thanks for taking the time to making the video!

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Carly(Poohbear)
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Post 08 Mar 2018

Great video nice and clear, thanks for taking your time to do it.

I've been in the computer industry over 30 years (not something that I really want to admit to) and try to explain these things to others can be quite difficult.


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Everybody's system is different even if they have the same hardware as they install different software (and firmware) etc.

For Windows PC here are some starting points for checking out your system for optimisation.

LatencyMon is a good basic starting place.
http://www.resplendence.com/latencymon_whatsnew

Sysinternals tools are some of the best Windows tools around for checking out your system.
https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/sysint ... nals-suite



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normen
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Post 09 Mar 2018

Cheers guys, good to hear. I did the video to have THE proper explanation at hand as there didn‘t seem to be one. If I really got as far as you say then I‘m happy.

Pralijah
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Post 09 Mar 2018

Great contribution! Same explainations written in text would reach far less. Very educational indeed.
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Post 14 Mar 2018

Great video - thanks for sharing!

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Post 31 Mar 2018

Great explanation. Very nicely done.

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normen
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Post 31 Mar 2018

Cheers guys! I asked Kenni if it could be included in the Reasontalk main web page tutorials section, so far that hasn't happened afaics. Feel free to spread the video far and wide - this information has to get out there ;)

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Post 31 Mar 2018

Liked and subscribed. Liked and subscribed Poobear's channel yesterday too. Thanks lads this is informative stuff.
Somebody actually managed to give this video a thumbs down on youtube .... ffs ..there's always one!

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Post 02 Apr 2018

Great video, I paid lot's of money for an Audio Education which did not cover this to the extent you did in this video. Really great work.

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Post 02 Apr 2018

normen wrote:
31 Mar 2018
Cheers guys! I asked Kenni if it could be included in the Reasontalk main web page tutorials section, so far that hasn't happened afaics. Feel free to spread the video far and wide - this information has to get out there ;)
That's odd - RT put out a call for tutorial submissions, and yours is among the best and most useful I've seen. Try pinging him again maybe?
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Post 11 Apr 2018

Like Loque mentioned, a bit too complicated for a novice, but man, I'm gonna watch this 50 times, until I've put all the pieces together. Very, very informative (even though I can't understand all of it). Time to rewind and take notes!
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normen
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Post 11 Apr 2018

ravisoni wrote:
11 Apr 2018
Like Loque mentioned, a bit too complicated for a novice, but man, I'm gonna watch this 50 times, until I've put all the pieces together. Very, very informative (even though I can't understand all of it). Time to rewind and take notes!
Cheers man! Yeah, it is a bit of a complicated topic but probably not the first thing you‘d deal with or ask yourself when starting with digital audio anyway I suppose. But it‘s good to know that the video seems to convey that too - not explaining something in a way where you think you get it but really don‘t (like the typical worm hole explanations ;))

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Kategra
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Post 13 Apr 2018

Thank you Norman for such a great explanation!

I hope one day a special "digital audio port interface for real time audio" will be developed as a standard on most motherboards, with low latency and high priority in the whole PC system architecture.

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Post 13 Apr 2018

Brilliant work!

Plus we can finally put a voice to you :thumbs_up:
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Post 15 Apr 2018

Love this community and the people who takes the time out of their day just to educate the other users here. I've learned so much just by sticking around on this forum (and the PUF). Thanks Normen!
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Post 21 Apr 2018

Thanks Normen!! Just watched twice. Excellent work! Great topic. And very well explained. It has helped me. You should do more. I'm sure it was a lot of work to do it. But in my opinion, you're a very good teacher. It's not easy. At least not for everyone. :)

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normen
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Post 22 Apr 2018

Thanks! I do have this other topic about software monitoring in the back of my head - but as you say it's quite some work and I have to see where I can fit it in.

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