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Old 05-25-2011, 07:55 PM
amoretam amoretam is offline
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Default Latency issue - i think I am paranoid, or maybe not!

Hi there, I cannot use a buffer size lower than 512 .

I cannot almost hear no delay, but I want to know if the audio get recorded late too?

I mean, is the audio recorded in the same spot in time as I hear it??

Do I have to nudge tracks early in time everytime I record to preserve the feel of it??

Even though I can't possibly hear it I absolutely don't want no subtle time alteration happening in my recordings.

I find it tedious enough that I have to manually compensate for I/O, Converters and Plugins delay with DigiRack Time adjuster every-time I am going to mix.

would you guys clarify this to me...?

oh. another thing, when I am in the mixing stage and I am doing every track's Dlay aligment,
Do I have to mix with the same buffer size in order to preserve the previous manual alignment done with Time Adjuster??

Because everytime I change buffer size a new plugin delay is displayed in the tracks Dlay view..

Is this clear or I am talking no so good english,..??

Sorry for my bad english then

THANKS

oh here s Sandra:

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