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Old 12-24-2004, 07:49 PM
ChuckLogan ChuckLogan is offline
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Default Midi Firing my Roland XV5050 Global Delay Setting?

Hey my brothers,

Ok as the title says I am creating midi drum parts and then once finished I run the song back and record the audio for one drum at a time . . My question is what type of global midi delay setting should I be using. Right now it is set at -600 samples .

I got this number from the difference in the click compared to the audio recorded.

Is this correct ? It sound farly close?
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