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Nuendo buffers

Discussion in 'Nuendo' started by ffernandez, May 6, 2004.

  1. ffernandez

    ffernandez Guest

    Has anyone know well how to set up the buffers in Nuendo? There is an option to detect the buffers size, but I am not sure if I should use it. How will the buffer size affect my recordings?
    I am using a PIV 2.4, 512 RAM, 40 GB 7200rpm HD, Nuendo 1.6 with a Tascam US-428. The OS is Win2000 Server
     
  2. David French

    David French Well-Known Member

    Do you monitor through Nuendo? If not, the settings arent nearly as critical and I would reccomend that you use a large, safe setting. I you do monitor through the software like I do, then things get a little complicated. I use Cubase SX 2.0 and I too have been looking for a thorough algorithm for setting buffer sizes. Then manual is very unenlightening indeed. Every time I run the buffer detector, it gives different values. What I have done is a trail and error process - I hook up a mic, load up a few live insert and send effects on the mic's channel, and listen for dropouts as I progressively lower the buffer. When I start to get dropouts, I have reached my lower bound. Then, I load up a big multitrack project; this should give dropouts at the lower bound buffer setting. Then, I raise the buffers until I hear no more problems. I am using an M-Audio Delta 66 and I get about 3 ms of latency. I'm sorry I couldn't help more, but like I said, i'm looking for a tidy little algorithm as well, so if you ever find one...
     
  3. David French

    David French Well-Known Member

  4. ChapCheezee

    ChapCheezee Guest

    Niendo 3.0

    Are there any Nuendo 3 user available for questions
     

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