EvilDragon wrote:There's no such thing as "no latency".
this reminds me of a joke about a mathematician and an engineer and being "close enough for all practical purposes"
there is no such thing as no latency, but there is such a thing as "no perceivable latency". the good news is, humans can't really perceive anything below ~20ms of latency (which, for a guitar player, equates to standing a couple of meters away from an amp), so anything below that will count as "no latency" for all intents and purposes.
One word makes a ton of difference ("perceivable"). Yes, I'm a stickler for stuff like that.