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  • Andre
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    Joined: Sep 14th, 2006, 12:23
    MIDI Latency
    When I record my virtual instruments, I want it to record and reflect exactly when I played. Since we know there is MIDI latency going IN to our plugins, should we do something to adjust that or should we leave it like that and is that possible in the environment? Basically, when we play our keyboards, should our MIDI recordings reflect when we press the keys or when we monitor the sound? When we play, are we more influence by what we play or by what we hear? Would it be the same for a MIDI drum? Does that depend on if you you put headphones or not, because playing on a Midi drum, you really feel and hear your stick hitting the pad. Any opinions or advice? Thanks Andre
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  • mtec
    Posts: 249
    Joined: Oct 19th, 2007, 08:33
    Re: MIDI Latency
    try lowering your audio buffer size in the audio prefs in logic. Lower settings should give u less latency when recording midi.
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