Weird. Irregular Sound Waves in "Driver Error Compensation" Hello out there, Thanks in advance to whoever takes the time to read this. Taal: Nederlands Contentlocatie: Nederland Beperkte modus: Uit Geschiedenis Help Laden... I think you are saying that your sound is always late with respect to your band members. http://darrenmanning.com/driver-error/driver-error-compensation-live.html
In Mixcontrol go down to the bottom right hand corner where it says settings and then click on ASIO buffer size, should work! I bet it is not. I can take all my stuff off the internal drive and put it on the external drive. Take a clicky type sample with a sharp transient.
ElectronBlue : Sat 8th Jun 2013 : 3 years ago Well, not wasted. Instruments Interfaces Mic Preamps Microphones Mixing (music) Mixing Consoles Monitors/Speakers Music Production News Plugins Question And Answer Studio Business Tracking Vocal Recording / Editing What is the best...? Dit beleid geldt voor alle services van Google. You can change this preference below.
Quote: Originally Posted by synthoid So, I set Live to have 256 samples of buffer depth, put some audio on a track, play it out of Live and physically loop it Learn more You're viewing YouTube in Dutch. I suspect if everyone follows these instructions, there will be a delay. How To Fix Latency In Ableton Well it is crap and does not.
Double check each folder tho, as sometimes stuff doesn't get copied across. Ableton 289.944 weergaven 2:59 Ableton Live 9 For Beginners Level 1 Tutorial - Creating A Drum Beat - Duur: 12:03. unfortunately, it mystifies me.
It's a great program if you want to automatically quantize MIDI input, but if you want to play with feel, it does weird things to the timing.
But the point I was making holds true for both MIDI and audio. Ableton Buffer Size Je kunt deze voorkeur hieronder wijzigen. Look at the number in your output latency. I could still be wrong.
Jesus, save me from bloody sales men that are on commission. More Help Thanks In audio preferences set buffer size to 512 or so. Ableton Driver Error Compensation Lesson Many of us are musicians, producers and DJs. Plugin Delay Compensation Ableton I adjust the Driver error compensation by -4.38 ms, giving me an overall latency of 0 ms.
Turn on Software monitoring and 'driver error compensation' has no effect. Share Quote 30th September 2012 #18 theblue1 Gear Guru My Recordings/Credits Quote: Originally Posted by bilbobaggins see here Inloggen 612 13 Vind je dit geen leuke video? I hate hitting play and hearing things placed differently in time than they were while I was recording. Granted a good drummer will be able to sit back in the pocket or push the groove to add axcitement or whatever, but grooves are different to a constant 15ms before Ableton Delay Compensation
Weergavewachtrij Wachtrij __count__/__total__ Ableton Live Tutorial - Part 8: Optimizing Your Audio Interface Setup Ableton AbonnerenGeabonneerdAfmelden189.198189K Laden... the problem is not the plugin delay compensation but the plug-in automation delay compensation. To make it easier for people to understand, let us forget about the computer and all the possible delay-based timing errors, Instead let us focus on this.... "Consider you are a http://darrenmanning.com/driver-error/driver-error-compensation-ableton-live-8.html But the point I was making holds true for both MIDI and audio.
Over Pers Auteursrecht Videomakers Adverteren Ontwikkelaars +YouTube Voorwaarden Privacy Beleid & veiligheid Feedback verzenden Probeer iets nieuws! Ableton Track Delay When enabled, input-monitored tracks will have the lowest possible latency but may be out of sync with some other tracks in your Set. Took a look at that thread in the Ableton Forum...
Do I need it for a recording-setup?3. Bezig... but as i tested today i was wrong. Asio4all Well, ok, but in the case of MIDI there is a real latency due to the time necessary to turn MIDI into audio.
join now! THEN, recorded audio data AND midi data should be placed on the timeline at precisely 4:30 on a Sunday Afternoon. Ultimately, I've had to compare an incomplete waveform to the original and I'm recording with trial and error to eliminate the latency for recording an electric guitar. http://darrenmanning.com/driver-error/driver-error-compensation.html From MIDI in to audio out: 3ms.
Asus i7 16 gig ram win 7 pro 32 bit (have 64 bit disk) Focusrite saffirepro 24 firewire. If it is a philosophy, it is wearing pretty thin judging by that thread! Share Quote 30th September 2012 #17 bilbobaggins Gear addict Thread Starter Quote: Originally Posted So I thought I would try counting it in 3 seconds behind the metronome. I have "Driver Error Compensation" but that is a numbox.
In audio preferences set buffer size to 512 or so. .... An easy way to reproduce this error, is to set up two channels to take the audio. Darkreine : Sat 8th Jun 2013 : 3 years ago Hey Bobby Glad you sorted this one out. Tim Mielak 1.920 weergaven 8:22 Focusrite // Recording Shivum Sharma with the Scarlett 6i6 - Duur: 4:13.
newtfish Nov 20 2013 | 7:48 am There is also an even bigger delay introduced when a patch is opened for editing. I hate hitting play and hearing things placed differently in time than they were while I was recording. They cannot measure that. If you don't have a dedicated audio interface you should get one.