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Latency Issues in Audio Networking
In the digital world, latency can be the source for many problems affecting sound, from simple psychoacoustic discomfort to changes in audio quality. Due to its complexity (and in some cases non-deterministic behaviour) audio networking is even more susceptible to this type of problems. This paper presents the major problems created by different types of latencies in an audio networking solution. To achieve a better analysis, a separation is made between problems affecting audio sample transportation and clocking.
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