MIDI-in ASIO buffer compensation help
Im still trying to grasp my head around a few of these concepts. Ive started using the basic ASIO drivers in my DAW, as opposed to the ones that came with my audio interface, becuase they are much more stable.
I have an electronic MIDI drum kit, the real deal, and I play drums fast. For the most part, when recording midi through my interface, it catches most, if not all of the notes, and on time too. This is with 128 buffer, and a very powerful computer.
My real question however is.... when you open up the basic ASIO4ALL control panel, and go into advanced settings, you see In and Out Latency Compensation. Mine are default set to 32ms, and when I moved them down to 0MS I seemed to get a tad bit better response on my midi drum kit while playing fast notes.
So what Im getting at is:
A) How can I get, and or what are the best driver settings to recording extremely fast hits and drum rolls through MIDI, without my computer/DAW missing a note, or misplacing a note?
B) How do I get my midi recording to line up with what I played to? For the most part its decent, but I can tell theres a 1 or 2 ms difference, would this be in the latency compensation buffer in the ASIO control panel?