Professional live audio requires a very low latency. If a designer were to take precaution selecting the correct MCU/ADC/DAC chips for the product, is it safe to say that this technology can be used in a Professional Live Audio environment? The time from Voice/Instrument to Speaker must be very fast.
The product we are looking to create requires simple "Mixing" of 4 analog channels with 1 USB Audio channel. So it will have 4 ADC channels and a USB Audio channel mixed and sent out to the DSP. If we can do some processing while maintaining an acceptable latency for live audio that's a plus but not required per se.
The target hardware will be the SMT32F7, and I plan on doing tests using the Discovery Boards. But I just wanted to get a "good to go" confirmation from someone before I start purchasing the hardware. Thanks for your help!