By default most Linux distributions have the cpuscaling service on by default. In principle, it should "get out of the way" and run the processor at full speed once there is significant load. However, it seems plausible that that it could get in the way, possibly intermittently.
Has anyone measured any significant impact of this feature, with respect to real-time audio recording/production/processing?
What would be a good approach to try to detect/measure whether this service has any effect on my system's performance?