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Latency issue with EMU 0404 and Cubase sx

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Anonymous
April 11, 2005 12:08:39 PM

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I record one audio guitar track through a mixing desk then look to
record another afterwards and the tracks are completely out of time.

I thought for a while I was going mad and my timing was completely off
but I am getting severe latency and was wondering the best ideas to
get rid of this?

I am using asio drivers.

Murray
Anonymous
April 11, 2005 2:22:10 PM

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The Murray Midget wrote:
> I record one audio guitar track through a mixing desk then look to
> record another afterwards and the tracks are completely out of time.
>
> I thought for a while I was going mad and my timing was completely off
> but I am getting severe latency and was wondering the best ideas to
> get rid of this?
>
> I am using asio drivers.
>
> Murray
There's a latency control window in cubase. I've heard
10ms is best for the EMU 0404.
Anonymous
April 12, 2005 2:20:09 AM

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In article <f64ea760.0504110708.4596ea3a@posting.google.com> murray_midget@yahoo.com writes:

> I thought for a while I was going mad and my timing was completely off
> but I am getting severe latency and was wondering the best ideas to
> get rid of this?

This is the nature of build-it-yourself digital recorders. You can
reduce it but you can never make it go away. It's not your
grandfather's Ampex any more.


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