Tech Tuesday—How to Achieve True Low-Latency Performance, Part 1

How to achieve true low latency performance

In this video, Steve Lamm, Grammy winner and instructor at Dark Horse Institute, shows how to deal with the challenge of latency in an audio recording. He demonstrates a variety of options that will take you step-by-step through the process of fine-tuning your sound.

Latency Control

To begin, latency is the time it takes for sound to pass through your microphone, audio interface, computer then back through your audio interface before it reaches your speakers. This is a long journey that does not benefit the sound of your recording. Here’s how to fix it.

Open Mbox software for control of the audio-in, pan, solo and mute. Now open Pro Tools to see how it interacts with the application to give you some powerful options!

Watch this video to see the full step-by-step breakdown on how avoid latency issues.

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