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Old 03-07-2017, 07:10 AM
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You're lucky. I've seen them where they're literally clogged and overheating. Oftentimes leads to intermittent errors.
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You're lucky. I've seen them where they're literally clogged and overheating. Oftentimes leads to intermittent errors.
Perhaps I'm lucky because I believe in weekly house cleaning :)
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Perhaps I'm lucky because I believe in weekly house cleaning :)
Well, Janne, I'll have to re-think my mental image of you.
I had you down as a long-haired, trashy, finnish metal guy in a dark basement studio that never saw a vacuum cleaner.
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Perhaps I'm lucky because I believe in weekly house cleaning :)
And I do my house cleaning weakly
Cue rim shot please.
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Well, Janne, I'll have to re-think my mental image of you.
I had you down as a long-haired, trashy, finnish metal guy in a dark basement studio that never saw a vacuum cleaner.


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You can toggle the buffer size or restart to temporarily get rid of it but it always comes back and the track is useless... it sounds bit crushed like an alien voice.
I always toggle the Buffer Size - choosing the lowest (64 Samples) for Recording, then selecting the highest (1024 Samples) for Editing and Mixing.

Is this how you do it?
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I always toggle the Buffer Size - choosing the lowest (64 Samples) for Recording, then selecting the highest (1024 Samples) for Editing and Mixing.

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Yes, this is my "low latency monitoring" workflow. Don't need a dedicated "feature" for it as this is as good as it gets and don't have any issues related to LLM
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