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Question: So I asked this question back on May 9, 2022 regarding Pipewire. Any thoughts on Reaper supporting Pipewire?
Asked by bringkeys (70.190.185.x) on November 18 2023, 8:29pm
Reply on November 19 2023, 1:34am:
    We'll get there eventually, haven't found a good example implementation yet, though I've barely looked. Feel free to posts links in the comments.

  • Posted by bringkeys (70.190.185.x) on November 19 2023, 5:41pm:
    There are 2 issues that I have with Pipewire using Reaper in Fedora 39. One is that the clock.quantum deault is 1024 which is ca 20ms latency in Reaper. This falls under a JACK audio setting. To change it, the setting have to be managed using the pw-metadata settings which are runtime or the .conf. Two, reasonable lw latency is near impossible to achieve without xruns, jitter, noise and sometime dropouts. I'm not sure if this is a fault of Pipewire or Reaper.

  • Posted by bringkeys (70.190.185.x) on November 19 2023, 5:44pm:
    This does not happen in Ubuntu with Pulseaudio/JACK and the qjackctl GUI app helps with setting up buffer for low latency.

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