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AES67 Host / Re: Test port and support new topic
« on: July 03, 2019, 12:40:31 AM »
We are still tuning the code, but it appears we are currently at around 5ms.  There appears to still be some room for improvement.  We had everything ready, but then discovered a bug.  Ironing that out now!

Bob

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General Discussion / Re: **AMP Released at InfoComm 2019!**
« on: June 14, 2019, 01:58:56 AM »
Equipment is in the rack on the bottom left.

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General Discussion / Re: **AMP Released at InfoComm 2019!**
« on: June 14, 2019, 01:51:23 AM »
Meet the AMP show team: Justin, Bob, and Wes!

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General Discussion / Re: **AMP Released at InfoComm 2019!**
« on: June 14, 2019, 01:19:36 AM »
Day 2 of the show, and we have had a lot of great responses!  Here are some pics.

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General Discussion / Re: OT Dante Linux question
« on: June 11, 2019, 02:04:21 AM »
The AMP GUI currently runs on Windows, Mac, and Linux.  Yes, we actually have these versions, and they are native!  We have a few more things to work out before they are ready for deployment, but I currently have a Raspberry PI running the GUI!

We will be porting the host to the Linux platform.  That work has already been started.  We do however have a stable Windows IOT platform that is current.

It's exciting times!

Bob

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General Discussion / User Registration: **READ ME**
« on: June 07, 2019, 03:58:41 AM »
Due to the excessive registration spam we have been receiving, all new users will need to register thru the main website registration process.
Thank you.

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General Discussion / Re: OT Dante Linux question
« on: June 07, 2019, 03:47:36 AM »
There is some interesting development on this front.  Linux is not far off!  Especially with going in the direction of Networked Audio. 

Bob

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General Discussion / **AMP Released at InfoComm 2019!**
« on: June 07, 2019, 03:46:15 AM »
Big news, people!  There has been a tremendous amount of work done on AMP the past year, despite not a lot of action on this forum, we have been working hard on fixing bugs and adding features.  The result of this is this announcement:

The Audio Mixing Platform will have a booth at this year's InfoComm trade show in Orlando, FL coming up next week!  Booth 6890 will have demo systems of AMP in action!  If you are in the neighborhood, please stop by the booth and say hi!  We will post pics here from the show.

Bob

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Controllers / Re: Controller performance
« on: December 13, 2018, 12:48:09 AM »
That has been addressed in recent GUI versions.  As soon as we sort out one more thing, I'll be posting new host and GUI versions.  We have had a LOT of work done on both in the past 6 months, but there also have been some new bugs introduced, so want to make sure we get a solid release out.

Bob

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Controllers / Re: touch and turn
« on: December 13, 2018, 12:46:34 AM »
hmm good thing to bring up.  I've just added it to the request/bug list.

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While Dante, AES67, and even the DMX ARTNET can go over standard networks that are shared with other computers, there still is a reason to have at least your own VLAN.  When you start mixing a bunch of computers that might be doing gigabit file transfers, that *will* compete with audio packets.  Most people aren't going to want to set up all the QoS stuff, so it is just easier to just say, "Put this on its own network" when you are dealing with mission-critical stuff.

Bob

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Yes, you are right that it is getting harder to find things you can put full height cards into.  We are working on some networked audio stuff right now that will not require any card... More details once I have something more concrete to report.

Bob

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Yep, that's why networked audio is going to be the way it's done.  We are actively looking into this, and various options.

In the mean time, look for "Tower" PCs - you will usually have a much better shot having one with PCI slots, or at least full-height PCIe.

Bob

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General Discussion / Re: Did some math and estimating
« on: September 20, 2018, 11:24:29 PM »
VIA has a pretty high latency.  I'd definitely go with a hardware solution over using VIA.

They have these little 2 channel deals for just over $100 I think now...

Bob

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General Discussion / Re: Did some math and estimating
« on: September 15, 2018, 11:52:39 AM »
Weíve been looking at many options, especially since a windows update just destroyed one of my special audio test systems. Canít believe that people donít put up a bigger fight against MS just removing software that it feels like removing. That really makes win10 unusable for any serious critical applications. I guess that forces us to use something like their embedded versions.

A Linux host could be as simple as an iso. There are quite a few programs Iíve used that come like that - burn the iso, boot and install. We are a little ways off from that. It would be very nice though to have a ďboxĒ similar to the Allen and heath designs that would have the host and some minimal I/o in it, expandable via network.

Bob

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