external digital sound card for conversion

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LARSEN ARSEN
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external digital sound card for conversion

Post by LARSEN ARSEN » Sat Apr 27, 2019 4:25 pm

Good evening,

I have an external sound card Tapco link USB and I think it is analog! Given the sound restitution when I use the microphone, it has a problem: delay and change the voice in the power and bass! I would like to buy an external digital sound card for conversion on Ableton and my PC: is it a good idea?

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Larsen

doghouse
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Re: external digital sound card for conversion

Post by doghouse » Sat Apr 27, 2019 8:36 pm

All audio interfaces (sound cards) are digital.

The delay can be corrected in Live. From the Live 10 Manual, section 14.1
If you are recording into Live with monitoring set to “Off,“ you may want to
make the Audio Preferences’ Overall Latency adjustment, which is described in the built-in
program tutorial on setting up the Audio Preferences.

LARSEN ARSEN
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Re: external digital sound card for conversion

Post by LARSEN ARSEN » Sat Apr 27, 2019 10:39 pm

doghouse wrote:
Sat Apr 27, 2019 8:36 pm
All audio interfaces (sound cards) are digital.

The delay can be corrected in Live. From the Live 10 Manual, section 14.1
If you are recording into Live with monitoring set to “Off,“ you may want to
make the Audio Preferences’ Overall Latency adjustment, which is described in the built-in
program tutorial on setting up the Audio Preferences.
Thanks !

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