For an upcoming internet based performance, we need the ability to delay 3 incoming audio signals by up to one hour.
I am concerned that simply using tapin & tapout which uses RAM buffers will require roughly 1.5gb of RAM for each channel for an hour (44.1, 32). We require three channels for the performance. This seems too intense for some of the computers to handle and I am looking for a hard drive based solution.
Is there the ability to have a hard drive based buffer? Or the ability to write and read the same file at the same time from the Hard Drive?
Any wild suggestions appreciated!