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opus 2000 please read.....

Discussion in 'Recording' started by robbocop, Jun 26, 2002.

  1. robbocop

    robbocop Guest

    I have a surround speaker set up and ive used line in on my card and the mic input,usually better results in the line in but on both i cant use the live input monitor,im not too sure what you mean by how things are routed but when im about to record on audio track one i choose next to the 'in' tab 'stereo sb audigy' and at the 'out' tab sb audigy audio,ive checked the mixing latency settings of the card and they were buffers in playback queue 4,buffer size is between safe and fast at 92.9 ms,effective latency at 44khz is 278khz,i'll provide more info if needed,this is driving me nuts!
     
  2. Opus2000

    Opus2000 Well-Known Member

    I deleted your other post man...
    First of all we are not responsible for tech support when you buy a product. We are here to help "if" we can...these forums aren't set up by the manufacturers of any kind..this is a public(or private nowadays) forum for anyone who wants to help or learn..
    I've been busy and haven't had time to think about "your" issue at hand here.
    Sound blasters are latency hell...plain and simple...you want better latency and no feedback or just good performance get a card that can truly handle the buffered information you are sending it....
    Now, don't take offense but generally when you see someone having problems with software using a soundblaster it's because they are using cracked software....
    Now, don't get me wrong...years ago( I mean like 6 or 7 years ago) that's all I used was cracked software....but the thing is..I bought a sound card I knew was going to be able to handle what I needed it to. My first audio card was the Echo Gina...
    I had friends that were using SB cards and there was no work around to get it to perform with good latency settings...so you are pretty much limited to high latency with those cards...
    That's all I can say man...
    Opus :roll:
     

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