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Old 01-11-2006, 01:18 AM
InsaneMixaken InsaneMixaken is offline
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Default M Box 2??

Does anyone know if the M Box 2 suffers the same problem with delay when punching in like the M Box 1?
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Old 01-11-2006, 08:51 AM
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Default Re: M Box 2??

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Does anyone know if the M Box 2 suffers the same problem with delay when punching in like the M Box 1?
Saw your reply on the other thread. With the power of PTulz, you should consider just creating a seperate punch in track, and cut and paste it later. Listen to your normal track, while recording the punch in track which is muted. Play the punch in where it needs to be. Cut and paste and time align later (if that even is necessary). Not sure where you are getting the delay, maybe you could explain it better. What is being delayed ?

P-tulz also has features that allow you to delay and advance tracks in timen that will get rid of different types of latency problems. You can quantify by running some tests. I don't know how yet, but I read a little about it last night.

You are probably like me, used to analog tracking and mixing. Welcome to the incredible world of PTulz !
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