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Old 12-30-2023, 12:50 PM
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Default PTHD Apogee Symphony II latency

Looking for some advice. I recently upgraded my interface from PT96IO to Apogee Symphony II interface using the PT Option card with my PTHD4 rig. I've never experienced any latency when recording with the 96IO, but am noticing it with the Apogee. I dont see any settings that are obvious. I'm using 256 H/W Buffer. Surprised that this high-end interface has latency when recording. I'm sure the thunderbolt option with Symphony control can compensate for it, but how do I address this with my good old PTHD rig running on Mac OS10.8? Thanks for any info
PT HD4 10.3.8 / Mac OS 10.8.2 / Intel Core i7 3.4Ghz / Heat / X-Form / McDSP / Eventide / Soundtoys / UAD-2 / Ableton Live 9 Suite / NI Komplete 12
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