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Old 03-13-2013, 12:41 PM
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Default latency help!

windows 7. 7500 2.20ghz X 2. 3gb ram.

finally got pt se and fast track c400 set up after MUCH difficulty. trying to rec from mic to met click, but there is about half a second of latency in my phones.. making it impossible to perform properly. there is only the 1 track with NO plugins.

in file/preferences it is configured for "recording or performing". 44.1/24bit

in the fast track c400 control panel/setup it shows "preferred buffer size 512" but does not allow me to reduce or increase that.

any ideas.. is there a setting on the c400 control panel that would help this latency issue..? is 3gb ram not enough for even this simple recording?
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