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Disturbing latency in HDX at 48k
Old 30th March 2012
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Disturbing latency in HDX at 48k

Hi there,
It's all in the title basically. I usually record at 96k with absolutely no latency (well close to none at least), but upon trying to record a session at 48k I get this weird latency well I can't track anything without being disturbed by it. Buffer is at the lowest setting, all plugins bypassed, no aux... Is it normal to get such high latency at this sample ? I am kind of new to DSP bases system, so I might be doing something wrong. Any input would be well appreciated.
Old 1st April 2012
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Oooh loneliness
Old 2nd April 2012
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Well, cant help since i'm still on HD3 accel and dont have HDX yet but no, this is not normal.
Must be something in your session / routing?

Luc
Old 2nd April 2012
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Well I did check the routing, but can't find anything, I Wwas hoping someone could tive me a few pointers as to where to look. Luc tu parles fran├žais ?
Old 3rd April 2012
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Luc tu parles fran├žais ?
Oui!!!!

Do you have some plugins on your Aux or some native plugins enable on a track?

Do you have delay compensation on?

All the times it hapened to me with PT HD, it was because of this. I forgot a native plugin introducing latency somewhere...

Or having a TDM plugin with big latency on an aux...

Hope this helps!

Cheers

Luc
Old 3rd April 2012
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Originally Posted by Kae View Post
Hi there,
It's all in the title basically. I usually record at 96k with absolutely no latency (well close to none at least), but upon trying to record a session at 48k I get this weird latency well I can't track anything without being disturbed by it. Buffer is at the lowest setting, all plugins bypassed, no aux... Is it normal to get such high latency at this sample ? I am kind of new to DSP bases system, so I might be doing something wrong. Any input would be well appreciated.
I am taking a stab in the dark here,but I have seen this on HDX rigs...check your playback engine and make sure HDX is selected,it may be on core audio.

just a guess
Old 5th April 2012
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What converters are you using ?

As I just got HDX and changing the buffer size does not seem to effect the latency here . It seems to be zero latency for everything I have tried so far .

I'm using HD I/O's .

Brett
Old 5th April 2012
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I've had this issue and delay comp settings with a particular native plugin was the culprit
Old 5th April 2012
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***meant to say rtas plugin
Old 5th April 2012
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Originally Posted by Kae View Post
all plugins bypassed
Just by-passed or actually disabled? That isn't the same thing.

Alistair
Old 5th April 2012
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What converters are you using ?

As I just got HDX and changing the buffer size does not seem to effect the latency here . It seems to be zero latency for everything I have tried so far .

I'm using HD I/O's .

Brett
this is my experience...I have full mix sessions happening, busses flying plugs everywhere highest buffer setting

pop a track into record...ZERO latency.....ZERO

its so good I've stopped thinking about buying a split and little headphone console.


I would also check that HDX is happening

also your delay compensation is on and at max

and make sure you aren;t routing your record track to a buss with plugs on it...it should be routed to an output only.

did you try shutting down and opening back up?
Old 6th April 2012
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Well bypassed actually. So you're saying that if I disable it it should be fine ? i'll try that.
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