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I've been trying to make a Musical Instrument App For Android. My First Choice was Unity But the Input Latency and Audio Latency is Unbareable for a Time-senstive app Even while using the Native Audio libraries.

Godot seems my next best alternative so...

How is the Input and Audio Latency In GODOT?
Can U Talk To The OS Natively?

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Godot doesn't aim to provide low-latency audio or exclusive mode, so I'm afraid it wouldn't be a good choice for this.

Can U Talk To The OS Natively?

Yes, but you need to dive into using GDNative which isn't easy for beginners.

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