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Thread recording audio cubase sx3..offset tracks ?

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elkabbo

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1 Posted on 05/05/2007 at 06:33:03
im using cubase sx3 and my problem is that whenever i record an audio track using a mic, the track apears to be offseted in my edit window..the notes dont come down in the right place even though they are played correctly..please advise.

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elkabbo

elkabbo

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2 Posted on 05/08/2007 at 14:27:49
actually im using a digidsign Mbox 2..i also tried the 002..same problem
ra7or

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3 Posted on 05/06/2007 at 05:51:39
your problem is latency.

i suppose you are a using a cheap soundcard
ra7or

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4 Posted on 05/08/2007 at 21:57:49
then maybe you have not correctly set the ASIO drivers, or your buffer is too high.
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