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No Latency Recording - Pro Tools 9

Check out Bas Rutten's Liver Shot on MMA Surge: Latency refers to the amount of lag time that occurs between the audio signal going into Pro Tools and coming out of the computer. That lag time can be extremely annoying and troublesome when you're recording. This especially relates to users who do not have an HD version of Pro Tools, because HD versions have absolutely no latency in their processing power. How to Set Up No Latency Recording To eliminate this lag time, you can bypass or block the ability to hear the output of your audio and focus only on the audio that's begin input into the computer. This way you'll avoid having to hear any delay that occurs when the program processes the audio. All you have to do is Mute the track you're recording to. This will eliminate any echo that occurs due to a lag in the processing of the audio signal, because you won't hear any audio that's being output. Also, make sure you're set to monitor what's being input into the computer by navigating to the top menu bar and selecting Track -- Input Only Monitoring. This will allow you to hear what you're recording without hearing any delay whatsoever. Read more by visiting our page at:
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