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Thread delay in midi and audio recording

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shakattack64

shakattack64

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1 Posted on 04/05/2007 at 12:09:48
hi,

i have a Creative Sound Blaster X-Fi Xtreme and a yamaha psr-550 keyboard. im using cubase sx and use vst instruments. . . now, when i turn my vst instrument on and play on the keyboard, the output sound shound be created from the vst instrument however, every time i play into the keyboard, i experience a delay of say 1/2 a second and is very hard to record .... this goes the same for audio rec. trough mic.

im wondering why this problem is occuring. Creative Sound Blaster X-Fi Xtreme is ment to be really good and powerful, also i have a strong daw system... i dont understand. . .

please help me!!!
ra7or

ra7or

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2 Posted on 04/06/2007 at 08:14:56
soundblaster cards are for gamers. when it comes to recording they are the worst possible choice.

latency is a hardware issue, so there is no solution other that using a different card.

- this topic has been discussed in other threads. in the future please use the 'search' function.

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