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Old 08-19-2018, 01:59 PM   #12
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Originally Posted by Lokasenna View Post
For what it's worth, Ubuntu Studio and (I think?) AV Linux both have low-latency kernels out of the box, and both use XFCE if that's a preference.
I'm not too keen on switching out distros, as I really set up this Linux side of my dual boot machine to be my "everything but REAPER and Sony Vegas" OS.

Shortly after setting up my SSD for dual boot, I noticed the native Linux version of REAPER, and since I was running Linux for all my normal day to day stuff, decided to try it out and see what I could do with it.

From what I'm seeing, doing audio and native Linux plugins, I can run every bit as low latency as I can when booted up in Windows, and since I record mostly audio tracks with real drums, real guitars, and real bass, I may do some serious projects in Linux. I might even start looking at buying a few native Linux plugins too.
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