usb mic + asio latency issues ...buffer setting?
Old 2nd April 2010
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usb mic + asio latency issues ...buffer setting?

im using audio technica at2020 usb mic....fl studio 9 ....newsest asio4all drivers...onboard poop real tek hd...windows vista 64....im not understanding what my settings should be thru asio4all??? im getting latency when im monitoring vocals its not the worst but its annoying
these are my settings i ahve some how came to use???
.....real tek hd/
buffer offet 10ms
always resample is checked and force wdm to 16bit is checked
asio buffer size 512samples
latency comp. 0 in 0 out
....for mic input/at2020 usb
kernal buffers 2
always sample is checked and force wdm to 16bit is checked
asio buffer size 448samples
latency comp. 0 in 0 out
??????????
im having alot of trouble here i dont understand what these mean
i want to mopnitor vocals with as little latency as possible....any help would be great...i know i know i will be getting an interface when i can afford one but until then i want to make the best of what ive got....thanks
Old 2nd April 2010
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I'd say it's like in your other thread... the problem may lay in your on-board card just not wanting to behave with FL Studio... I had that exact same problem a few years ago, and a cheapish sound card solved that problem straight away!
Old 2nd April 2010
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.....someone must know how to set this up for less latency and and if i have the right boxes checked off???
Old 3rd April 2010
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I'd say it's like in your other thread... the problem may lay in your on-board card just not wanting to behave with FL Studio... I had that exact same problem a few years ago, and a cheapish sound card solved that problem straight away!

I think Tsunbo nailed it...asio4all never really worked well for me but a cheap card like a SoundBlaster would be enough to get you going.
Old 3rd April 2010
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im using audio technica at2020 usb mic....fl studio 9 ....newsest asio4all drivers...onboard poop real tek hd...windows vista 64....im not understanding what my settings should be thru asio4all??? im getting latency when im monitoring vocals its not the worst but its annoying
these are my settings i ahve some how came to use???
.....real tek hd/
buffer offet 10ms
always resample is checked and force wdm to 16bit is checked
asio buffer size 512samples
latency comp. 0 in 0 out
....for mic input/at2020 usb
kernal buffers 2
always sample is checked and force wdm to 16bit is checked
asio buffer size 448samples
latency comp. 0 in 0 out
??????????
im having alot of trouble here i dont understand what these mean
i want to mopnitor vocals with as little latency as possible....any help would be great...i know i know i will be getting an interface when i can afford one but until then i want to make the best of what ive got....thanks
Trash your usb mike because they suck.
Old 3rd April 2010
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Trash your usb mike because they suck.
Useless post.
Old 4th April 2010
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yes i really dont know what i was thinking buying usb
next question....im using fl studio should i run my vocals directly into the mix? or should i be rendering the mix to wav. then doing vocals over that???
Old 5th April 2010
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you could try making your buffer size 128 instead of 512, that might help. increase it back up when your mixing.

i dont know about asio4all.

it might all be in the soundcard too.
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