Could anyone recommend any cables that will have reduced latency - to a level where I would actually be able to use the software as a drum brain as I'm playing. But, I'm having massive latency issues - maybe 1-2 seconds I don't know if this is a big gap - but it sure feels like it when you're playing! When I try to add a beat or even make my own groove or fill providing I can't find one in the groove library I try to click a beat in with my mouse but I it has some latency issues. If doubling the sample-rate isn't possible for performance reasons , then the only solution is to use an audio interface that yields lower round-trip latency. I always wait to insert this kind of thing until done messing with midi stuff, if I need to go back and work midi I always bypass some bins when doing so. That would be the first thing I would try. Please read our before posting. I can tap my mouse and its an instant response.
Thanks in advance, -Dave anyone? To program a break take any stock fill and delete everything except the opening hit. May i suggest you give Addictive Drummer a try? I'm not sure i understand this. In the meantime if it's still relevant here's the date from my settings: Sampling rate 44100 i can not put this higher eventhough i thought the Quad Capture could? You'll have to mute the audio on your home theatre system while recording and unmute for playback. Note that tempo can be halfed or doubled directly from the interface. Each element offers a drop-down menu where you can choose between numerous references, beaters, hits with brushes or sticks, kit presets Ambient, Tight, Basic, etc. .
No wonder you have a delay. Upgrade your Ram and install the sound card vendors drivers. This really is the best acustic drum kit simulation. Steinberg guru Mark Struthers takes you on an encounter of the editor kind, where you'll learn all about the different editors in Cubase and how to use them efficiently and creatively. Learn these powerful audio tools front to back and see what they can do for your tracks and productions! Then I time come back and make sure the drums are aligned to the click if there is a lag, and then I track the rest of the music. Latency when playing electronic drums, no matter what i try I realize this has been discussed before but i can't find a solution to my latency problem. That software can just be substituted during mixing when the latency of higher buffer settings 1024 samples isn't an issue.
Once again thank you for all the help! You haven't told us some basics: What drivers are you using, and what have you set your latency at? You can add drum hits by placing the hits exactly where you want them. A home theatre system unavoidably colours your sound. When that thread loses activity, you may post new content but not more than once every 24 hours. You'll never achieve zero latency. But alas, it just ain't so! We are focused on member experience here on the page and the goal here makes it easier for vendors to participate without all the barriers and confusion while at the same time allowing members to easily seek out or ignore threads that are promotional in nature.
Kits are well detailed, complete and original, even if it's a bit annoying to wait for long seconds while they are loading. The real only way to record and monitor the audio live is through the cab and that sounds terrible, because the audio only outputs through it from the Pod. My opinion about the value for the price is great , a very advanced drum tool that incorporates a very cool sound with different time features. I've got it all the way up now and that's improved everything. Sample loading is a bit slow but you'll forget about it as soon as you hear their quality. Is there a recommended number for this? I am actually thinking about buying one or two additional kits. And perhaps introduce yourself and tell us something about you.
Hi, i've been using a scarlett itrack solo with garageband for some basic recording for a a while now. The drums sound great but when I added a Axiom Air 32 to create my own drum loops, I have a horrible latency problem and there is no way to create a drum pattern with that much delay. It may be suitable for least developed among us, but for total control, it will return. I've used one of the two factory demo patterns, then drag'n'drop it on a Pro Tools track. You just have to Google this or go to the Toontracks forum and see what people have done to correct this. I can't believe it's non fixable. Seriously, if you want the least latency possible go get it.
It isn't much but enough to make playing along with the guitars or bass or a click near impossible. In comparison: e-kits have a long way to go and latency isn't the only issue they come up short with. All of these features are great for what they are designed for!! There is a step by step tutorial in Ableton Live that is pretty easy to follow, but I've only done it a couple of times because I'm not into recording. The rules for businesses have been updated. I may try the m audio axium25 since rayza read above said he has good luck with the software and keyboard. If i play it through an external speaker i ofcourse have no latency but i then obviously can not record or use any kind of drum software. However it needs tweaking and an external sound card is typically needed, simply because the built-in sound cards are not made for low latency.
That way, the pc uses the pod as a sound card and the audio outputs through my surround sound. Thus I need to write my own. It can certainly be done, but you need to get round-trip latency down as low as possible. The OctoCapture is a good audio interface. Built-in sound cards are never ideal for live triggering.
Usually drums are not grouped around middle C but at their corresponding pitch. Outline the recorded notes on the piano roll. I gave up on Mixcraft 8 after some of my files got corrupted. Let's see different mix presets on my kit. Ok, here is my problem. These last 2 options shouldn't be needed to get this working properly.