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 Keep in mind that **lower latencies require better soundcards and faster CPUs** and that **zero latency DJ software is a myth** (although Mixxx is capable of < 10 ms operation). ​ Keep in mind that **lower latencies require better soundcards and faster CPUs** and that **zero latency DJ software is a myth** (although Mixxx is capable of < 10 ms operation). ​
 ====Some tips for reducing latency on linux==== ====Some tips for reducing latency on linux====
-For detailed information on latency in Linux, you should consult the Web, as it's quite a complex topic. The [[http://​jackaudio.org/​faq|Jack FAQ]] is recommended reading, especially the section on "How should I configure my Linux 2.6 Operating System?"​. Other useful resources are the Linux Realtime guide and [[http://www.gentoo.org/​proj/en/desktop/​sound/​realtime.xml|Gentoo'​s documentation on the subject]].+For detailed information on latency in Linux, you should consult the Web, as it's quite a complex topic. The [[http://​jackaudio.org/​faq|Jack FAQ]] is recommended reading, especially the section on "How should I configure my Linux 2.6 Operating System?"​. Other useful resources are the Linux Realtime guide and [[https://wiki.gentoo.org/​wiki/Project:​Sound/How_to_Enable_Realtime_for_Multimedia_Applications|Gentoo'​s documentation on the subject]].
  
 The first thing to try if using ALSA is to set your Master output hardware to just "​default"​ instead of specific hardware. (This made a huge difference on a test system with integrated Intel soundcard.) The drawback to this is that system sounds (KDE beeps and such) will now be mixed in and will come out the main output. The first thing to try if using ALSA is to set your Master output hardware to just "​default"​ instead of specific hardware. (This made a huge difference on a test system with integrated Intel soundcard.) The drawback to this is that system sounds (KDE beeps and such) will now be mixed in and will come out the main output.
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