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Old 07-26-2018, 02:03 PM
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Default MIDI being recorded early

Hi - I'm running a new (refurbished)interface, an Apogee Symphony i/o. I used to run MOTU hardware. I just began recording some MIDI information today. Running an Arturia software keyboard. My performances are being recorded early - I don't understand how this is happening. I know that sometimes I rush a bit but this is not that. I tried just recording quarter notes and eight notes and they consistently being placed about 120 ticks early. I never had an issue with the MOTU hardware. The Apogee is the wild card in this case but is Pro Tools adding a latency plugin somewhere that I am not aware of?
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