WNAMM13: Sonoma Show First Low Latency Android Audio Driver - Video

20ms Round trip - less for virtual instruments      26/01/13

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Winter NAMM 2013 - Sonoma Wireworks:

They said it couldnt be done, low latency audio performance on Android was  unlikely to happen anytime soon, but the boffins at Sonoma WireWorks have cracked the code. We caught up with Doug and Will to get an exclusive demo for actual proof that they have got it down to 20ms for a through signal with processing as demonstrated by the guitar processing in this demo with their GuitarJack hardware and .

Whats next? Now Sonoma have to go to the big guns of the mobile phone industry and get this driver code included in the Android builds they put on their new devices.

It shouldn't be too hard, as we've seen music Apps on iOS dominate the most popular downloads charts pretty much since the platform was launched.

A big hooray to the coders as Sonoma for being the first to develop something that they said couldn't be done.

 

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