Kim Prima wrote:ok great thanks but i have a new problem . i cant plug my audio interfaces outs straight into the ins. it just does a crazy "about to blow up " sound. any ideas ?
Kim Prima wrote:right sorry feeling real stupid. thanks
ElMariachi78 wrote:Hi ski,
very interesting and important thing you figured out !
I can follow all your steps to calculate the recorddelaycompensation.
But i have one question which could be under step 1: what about the I/O-Buffersize, how should it be set. to the lowest (32) or to what i use in general for mixing like 512 or 1024 ?
ElMariachi78 wrote:Hi ski again,
did the calculation...and it worked !...but... i had to try several times till i got it,my trouble was, i imported an normalized steroeinterleaved track and after i recorded that track on audio track 2 i missed that the level was a little bit lower than the original...hmmm.. then i thought to normalize that recorded track.. and so it worked.
Strange thing. The original has this double-zero sign and the recorded has not...and after normalization it also had that double-zero sign... wtf
And about that I/O-Buffer-thing, i know, for recording VI´s 32 is the best.but when i wanna use stuff like BFD 2 i have to increase up to 512 or even 1024... thats how it goes...But, well thanks for this calculation-thing !
Ski wrote:There are definitely a couple of WTF's in there LOL! But you did run across one thing that I didn't mention in my procedure --- that sometimes you won't get a perfect match of level when you do this kind of loopback test via analog out--->analog in; in such cases you have to jockey the level of track 2 a little bit. On systems where you can route a signal digitally out--->digitally in to Logic, level mismatches are usually not an issue.
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