Re: Guitar Pro 5
I have tried increasing the buffer before. I had increased it quite a bit if I remember correctly. And it worked. But only for a very short time. After about a measure and a half or so, the sound stopped completely while the tab kept scrolling as if it were still playing. The only way to get it to play sound again was to stop the tab, and then start it again. However, the same problem would happen again and again.
As I said, I'm pretty sure I had increased the buffer to the max, just to see what it did. I wasn't quite so sure what it was (and am still not %100), and was just tweaking what I could to see if I could get lucky. I really am quite a newbie at most of this stuff.
Hopefully, tommorow I will get the chance to mess with this buffer setting again and get my Guitar Pro running as it should be.
Also, you mentioned a low-latency kernel. What exactly does this mean? How will it help me with Guitar Pro? And if possible, where might I be able to get a low-latency kernel?
Thanks for the quick response.
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