I've read the article describing how to build an ASIO-enabled Audacity for
Windows. Is it possible to do the same under the Mac and, if so, where can
I find details, please?
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From: Gale (Audacity Team) <gale@au...> - 2013-04-25 01:07:44
"Tim Burgess" wrote:
> I've read the article describing how to build an ASIO-enabled Audacity for
> Windows. Is it possible to do the same under the Mac and, if so, where
> can I find details, please?
ASIO is a Windows protocol.
CoreAudio on Mac OS X should offer reasonably low latencies, certainly lower
than the Windows DirectSound and MME API's that Audacity currently supports
If the latency under CoreAudio is too high, try reducing the "Audio to
in Audacity's Recording Preferences.
If the latency is still too high, try Jack for OS X:
There may be more Audacity issues using JACK on OS X than there are under
Linux. For the known Audacity-with-Jack issues on Linux, most or all of
will apply on Mac, see:
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