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Old 12-16-2012, 05:48 PM
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Re: Will a new soundcard solve my latency problem?


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Now I'm even more confused lol.

"Warm up the signal" = give it more power? What are the pros and cons of doing that?
The Presonus has a tube in it--it alters the direct signal like any preamp.
The tube makes the signal sound warmer.
I think right now you should just think about an interface, and add other stuff later once you've done the reading.
Refer to Tweak's site.
All the info you need is there....and then some.
Use the left pane navigation to learn all about signals, routing, pre amps, recording, etc.
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Old 12-18-2012, 01:21 AM
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Re: Will a new soundcard solve my latency problem?


I have a keyboard now and the latency from trying to record MIDI still makes it unusable. It's like 128 ms.

Super bummed!
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Old 12-18-2012, 03:58 AM
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Re: Will a new soundcard solve my latency problem?


Did you change sound cards?
All the keyboard does is transmit midi commands, if using the midi port.
A midi port does not send audio signals.

Please....please....please read through that link I posted for you--it breaks down all aspects of recording, interfaces, midi, audio signal paths, pre amps, etc.

It's going to save you a bunch of time....instead of waiting for replies.
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Old 12-18-2012, 12:00 PM
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Re: Will a new soundcard solve my latency problem?


No, same soundcard.

Two different people at two different stores both told me MIDI is much less intensive than processing audio from a guitar amp, so while an interface may be necessary for monitoring latency-free guitar, both people told me that MIDI would be no problem with just my soundcard.

Unfortunately, that is not the case

I also installed the ASIO4ALL drivers which, while recognized, do not give me any output.
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Old 12-18-2012, 01:02 PM
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Re: Will a new soundcard solve my latency problem?


I switched to the experimental Wasapi drivers in exclusive mode, and latency is down to 10 ms. I can still feel it a little bit but at least this lets me explore my new keyboard a bit.

They must be set back to the default drivers when you're done using Reaper or otherwise WMPlayer and other programs will give you errors.
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Re: Will a new soundcard solve my latency problem?


I know I'm a couple weeks late on this thread, but I'm wondering what operating system your using on you computer? also processor, RAM, Motherboard.etc.....

I DID upgrade my soundcard to work specifically with my interface (Lexicon Omega: My review- http://www.jemsite.com/compare-softw...tudio/reviews/

I found that I have the best latency (4-5ms) working on WinXP and a clean 10,000 RPM hard drive.
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Re: Will a new soundcard solve my latency problem?


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Have you tried using ASIO 4ALL V2 ?
This. Even on my netbook, I got only 10ms. I can play through amp plugins and not notice any delay at all. 10ms is unnoticeable. You can throw 1000 at ram and processor, but if your driver sucks, you'll always get latency.
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This. Even on my netbook, I got only 10ms. I can play through amp plugins and not notice any delay at all. 10ms is unnoticeable. You can throw 1000 at ram and processor, but if your driver sucks, you'll always get latency.
Agreed, I HAD to buy a Creative sound card to get the Asio 2.0 drivers I needed to make the system work without latency. I'm working with an intel quad QX9650 and 8g of ram...that didn't help at all. however, working on XP is FAR more efficient than Win7.
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