thanks for the tip, @rek ^_^
thinking about audiobuffers and how to improve my Orca DSP technique.
so far I've tried to naively send data to the soundcard at the target sample rate, but even a slight variance in speed would lead to desynchonisation.
I think the way to fix this is to to utilise a buffer: generate samples as fast as you can and then idle for the rest of the time. that way, hopefully, you're never too slow because you frontload the work, and never too fast because you wait before generaing the next buffer
feels like this might be in a similar vein: https://rosenzweig.io/blog/the-federation-fallacy.html
i think that's why i prefer distributed architectures much more over federated architectures.
https://www.inkandswitch.com/local-first.html also (which is essentially saying to flip the power dynamics: like, put the client first and allow servers to exist as auxiliaries)
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@neauoire I could come over if you'd like to hang out while you're in Amsterdam—it's not far from where I live
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