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David Rodrigues
Delay when recording into logic pro with digi 002 mixer
on Apr 6, 2009 at 2:33:18 am

I'm having a delay when recording into logic pro with a digi 002 mixer I've tryed changing buffer size and latency but it's still happening anyone know how to fix it


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Jordan Wolf
Re: Delay when recording into logic pro with digi 002 mixer
on Apr 6, 2009 at 4:32:10 pm

Well, I don't use Logic Pro, but when I use ProTools for recording with a 003, I set the Buffer Size to 512 or lower. Then, when I being mixdown, etc., I crank it up to maximum (2048, I believe).

That negates most issues. I believe that 8ms is the time threshold that humans becomes aware of delay/artifacts. Anything under that shouldn't be too noticeable.

Wolf
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Jordan Wolf
Re: Delay when recording into logic pro with digi 002 mixer
on Apr 6, 2009 at 4:40:00 pm

I wanted to put more in my last post, but got mouse happy and clicked a little too soon.

Tips:

1. Keep the Buffer Size low.
2. Don't use any plug-ins or inserts (digital) on tracks until you are ready for mixdown.
3. Try to route your monitor mix directly to the headphones and not through the software.

Wolf
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Ty Ford
Re: Delay when recording into logic pro with digi 002 mixer
on Apr 7, 2009 at 10:30:45 pm

Hello David and welcome to the Cow Audio Forum.

Actually, I'm amazed that you can get that software to work at all on an 002.

REgards,

Ty Ford

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ryan arnett
Re: Delay when recording into logic pro with digi 002 mixer
on Jan 8, 2010 at 1:33:30 pm

i have been trying to get my digi002 board to work fully with logic 8 express.it seems like it picks up the inputs but fader operations,etc is non responsive.for anyone who has gotten this to work ,i could really use some tips if ya got em.
thanks
ryan


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