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I have a simple question, what hardware and software functionality would be required for me to have 2 computers connected via MIDI cable (one PC is the sequencer, probably running ...
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    Linux and latentcy over MIDI cable


    I have a simple question,
    what hardware and software functionality would be required for me to have 2 computers connected via MIDI cable (one PC is the sequencer, probably running rosegarden, the other PC is a windows PC running the vsti's) and the vsti PC would be sending audio to the host PC via S/PDIF cable?
    I would already have low latentcy soundcards installed (m-audio audiophile 2496)
    I would be running Linux (with Roseguarden as the sequencer) and Instead of using the VST interface for my synths, I would be runnin the synths in standalone mode on the Other PC, essentially the VSTi PC would be treated like a hardware synth. (like a poormans receptor)
    are there any requirements that I'm missing?

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    why not get a vst host for linux?

    (if there is one, i think there is tho....)

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    Quote Originally Posted by dark_lord_kodd
    why not get a vst host for linux?

    (if there is one, i think there is tho....)
    there is a VST host, but I was referring to a scenario where some plugins do not run smoothly using the roseguarden vst wrapper.

    Anyways I probably just need contact information for the rosegarden staff.
    thanx!
    --Joshua

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