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256 buffer? how to get audio back in time? new
      #245072 - 30/01/06 01:50 PM
Ok I've got a 256 buffer size in logic, so the recorded audio is late.

is there some way of me putting the audio back exactly 256 [samples?] so it's in time?

hope u can help.

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Re: 256 buffer? how to get audio back in time? new [Re: itsthenoise]
      #245115 - 30/01/06 03:01 PM
apple suggest http://docs.info.apple.com/article.html?artnum=301025

There is also a recording delay parameter you can tweak.

http://www.soundonsound.com/forum/showflat.php?Cat=&Board=MacMus&N umber=152204&Searchpage=1&Main=151273&Words=%2Blogic+%2Brecording+%2Bdelay& ;topic=&Search=true#Post152204

might help as well

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Re: 256 buffer? how to get audio back in time? new [Re: itsthenoise]
      #245123 - 30/01/06 03:24 PM
thanks zed, that sort of answers my query but is there a 'MOVE' command where I can set a region back 256ms/samples?

that would be ideal.


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Re: 256 buffer? how to get audio back in time? new [Re: itsthenoise]
      #245880 - 31/01/06 08:22 PM
wonder if there's a nudge command?


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Re: 256 buffer? how to get audio back in time? new [Re: itsthenoise]
      #245909 - 31/01/06 09:22 PM
I think there is - I've never used it - search the key commands.

I always just use the track delay setting - just pre delay by a bit till it sounds right - or do the maths - 44100 samples per second and you've used 256. Ah. Thats the reason I took up guitar.

If you do work it out ctrl+D or view>delay as milliseconds shows the delay as milliseconds instead of ticks.

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Re: 256 buffer? how to get audio back in time? new [Re: itsthenoise]
      #245962 - 31/01/06 10:20 PM
Quote itsthenoise:

Ok I've got a 256 buffer size in logic, so the recorded audio is late.





Your audio may be late, but it's not due to the buffer.

It's probably due to your interface not correctly reporting to Logic its latency, so you've got a Record Placement Offset (Cubase) or a Recording Delay (Logic) going on . . .


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Re: 256 buffer? how to get audio back in time? new [Re: blueintheface]
      #246028 - 01/02/06 12:30 AM
You're right its not the buffer size, it's a problem with pdc and software monitoring - please ignore my post above about the sample rate and buffer - it's nonsense.

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Re: 256 buffer? how to get audio back in time? new [Re: itsthenoise]
      #246074 - 01/02/06 06:57 AM
found a bit in the key commands that tells u all the different value to nudge by but what the hell is a 'tick'? is it a 'sample'?











{ btw I'm using Logic Pro and a Motu 424 w/interface }


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Re: 256 buffer? how to get audio back in time? [Re: itsthenoise]
      #246135 - 01/02/06 10:02 AM
iirc it's 192nd of a beat - the smallest division of a beat that logic recognises?

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