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RE: ( Mobius rhythmic accuracy) was: now That First Loop

Jeff perfect!!! i had been putting different values in those boxes no 
wonder it was not working i have 250milliseconds in both and now is pure 

would you please guide me through how to manipulate the output of all 
tracks? anybody?
I go to midi control then: 
under function-track group
      control-output level
      configuration-basic looping
but only one track is responding




--- On Thu, 9/4/08, Jeff Larson <jeff.larson@sailpoint.com> wrote:

> From: Jeff Larson <jeff.larson@sailpoint.com>
> Subject: RE: ( Mobius rhythmic accuracy) was: now That First Loop
> To: "labaloops@yahoo.com" <labaloops@yahoo.com>, 
> Date: Thursday, September 4, 2008, 8:29 AM
> It sounds like output latency is too high.  For ASIO devices
> we usually
> start with a requested latency of 5ms which results in
> input and output
> block sizes of 256.  The drivers then sometimes report a
> little
> extra latency for the DAC, usually 50 or less.  So, input
> and output
> latency should both be in the range of 250 to 300.
> The default latency values are displayed in the
> "Current device
> reports xxx" text next to the latency override text
> boxes.  Sometimes
> this is not reported accurately so you need to override
> latency
> by entering numbers into the two text boxes.  If the
> reported
> output latency is way above 250 (assuming you have 5ms
> suggested
> latency) then enter 250 and see how that sounds.
> When output latency is way high sometimes input latency is
> reported
> as zero, apparently because they report the "full
> path" latency
> as output latency rather than splitting it.  In this case
> you
> need to manually set input latency to 250.
> Basically, input and output latency should start out fairly
> close
> to each other and for 5ms should be near 250.   After that
> you
> can start tweaking it if it doesn't sound quite right.
> Jeff