While researching interfaces I did come across this: Well, I don’t know, how would I check that information? It’s only a small sub-section of this forum. This has exactly the same interface as Cubase 8 I’m used to, and lets me set a buffer size for the external Lexicon I tried and the Apple built in sound. In Audacity, click input meters to start monitoring of the input. And record the audio in the DAW dry with the monitoring turned off. Repeat in the Recording tab.
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Garageband 10 latency
Cubase should have come with your UR Since nobody pushes the Steinberg, I will. In the Properties window, click the Advanced tab, then choose the desired sample rate in the Default Format box.
GarageBand is a toy, get a proper recording gargaeband. Or would having two USB devices one for input and one for output introduce more lag as the sound has to go between the two?
ASIO support? – Apple Community
The external Lexicon gives almost identical readings to the windows computers. So I plugged the Mac directly into the speaker, works. Looking at that link, I don’t think asjo interface has the option of removing the dry signal from the output.
I’ve got a Alesis 4-inout USB audio interface I normally use for acoustic guitar and vox recording using Garagebad. It’s been a while since I’ve needed to use it, but I think it will give you the buffer control settings and such that others have previously mentioned. Do I need 2 USB interfaces one for input and another for output?!
ONE (iPad and Mac): Setup Archives – Apogee KnowledgeBase
Which Apogee interfaces are compatible with Windows? Do you already have an account? How do you stop the latency? I also wanted something which would let me connect my PC and Mac to the same set of speakers so my 4-input mixer seemed a great idea, but in hindsight it seems I was trying to do too much I actually have an iRig HD I can presumably try using as a single-channel audio interface first.
There are hacks and workarounds but they don’t let you do it by default for good reasons. My amp head has a USB out so I can plug into the computer. The time now is I have used GB with a simple Presonus interface with excellent results. Donate Register Login Main Site.
ONE (iPad and Mac): Setup
I happen to have a DI box that I run into my interface as dry signal and through the DI into an amp for monitoring. The only other thing that can help is the setting in GB you mentioned above!
Should give you more instant results. I’d contact Peavey and see what they have to say if you can’t find a driver on their web site. Stinky KittyMar 12, Scooter Trash Stadium Superstar Posts: It seems to me like the input signal from the interface is getting mixed in with what the DAW processes.
I suppose I could lower the input level as much as possible and up the gain in the DAW so the dry signal is lower in the mix but it just seems such an obvious issue not to have a simple fix. It’s such a same the amount of money I have spent on this computer and recording stuff and the amount of time I have spend trying different programs and googleing stuff and tinkering around and trying to record and just getting frustrated and in the end not being able to make music.
Ditch the USB from the amp.
Then I realized it was on bluetooth. Road Case – https: We have a few resident Mac experts around here, hopefully one of them will happen by and be of assistance.
On a consumer device, if you want to use inputs and outputs at the same time, they really need to be on the same audio interface.