taylorherbert Posted October 6, 2011 Share Posted October 6, 2011 Hi, I've been tearing my hair out over this one. I'm using Logic 9 with a PowerMac 8core with 10GB Ram and an Aurora Lynx16. I'm trying to run stem mixes out through my hardware and then back into Logic. The mix is pretty complicated, and no matter where I put the I/O plugin it will not compensate for the latency and the recorded track is always late by several thousand samples. Here's my setup: I have about 8 to 10 drum tracks routed to bus groups (Kick, Snare, Overheads, etc.) and processed in parallel via an Aux send through a UAD compressor plug-in. The group busses and parallel compression buss are then sent to a master drum bus sent. The Master drum buss is sent to an Aurora Lynx 16 Outputs 3-4 to various hardware processors and then back to Recorder inputs 1-2. I've tried the I/O plug-in set to Output 3-4 and Input 1-2 on the master drum bus, the individual tracks, the group busses, or the parallel compression buss. The pings are +28 on just about every track, but the resulting recorded audio doesn't line up. I also tried the record offset to +28 and -28 and that didn't work. The record offset set to about -4700 samples is about the closest I've been able to come to getting it lined up. I've also tried to bounce my guitar bus in a similar way, just two tracks sent to a bus, sent to a stereo output. The I/O plugin placed on one guitar track makes the guitars out of sync, when placed on both tracks it doesn't line up with the original audio, and on the buss it also doesn't line up. What is going on, and how do I avoid having to line up my tracks by eye everytime I want to bounce a stem? This is really impeding my ability to get my work done. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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