vinz89 wrote:Well, the thing is, you'll get perfect sync when monitoring on the audio track is set to off... the downside is, you don't monitor the incoming sound from within live as you record this way...My main problem with the delay compensations is when midi an audio are recordet together, and you playback that midi, the events triggered by this midi are not in time and there is no setting that can compensate for that.
You allways have to shift the midi playback manually to make ist fit.
to get a perfect sync and hear what you play or sequence, you have to
- set a negative amount in the midi track delay corresponding to your overall latency (input+output)
- be sure you have the "reduce latency when monitoring" option enabled
Not so complicated...
That dont works, the placement still will need adjustments when you drive an external mididivice..
And on Plugins that dont works because you cant play them with monitor disabled.
So its far from easy, i would call it rather screwed.
Try yourself to do audio and midi simultaniously.. And than do an overdub on the midi only playback, and than let Run theese playback in sync with the audio recordings.. Good luck.. I allways Need to Shift the midi recordings by 3,5 ms after the recording.. Than it fits. And that is with Offsets delays in the driver dialolg. Would be nice when the daw would do that automatically.