Only one room to record in.... (sonar 3 users)

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Member Since: Sep 17, 2004

Anyone here having trouble with this..?

I just feel like i suck at recording right now...


sonar 3 is dropping out left and right and i cant tell why... anyone experiencing this???

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Hold 'Em Czar
Since: Dec 30, 2004

Feb 26, 2005 07:26 pm

play with the latency slider and the buffer sizes (there is a sweet spot) stick to numbers like 64, 128, 256, 512 ect....i'm not sure what your first question is, but i know alotta studios where all the gear and everything was in one room, thick blankets are your friend!!! cover up anything makin' too much noize and you're good to go.



Since: Aug 17, 2004

Feb 28, 2005 02:13 am

Yea my recordings were sucking for a while as well diller, i was getting pretty down........ but not to worry, i just finished my best mix ever, and the band is ecstatic as i did it for free :D. I just read up, kept experimenting, found heaps o' free stuff and kept getting advice from the guys here at HRC.

*sticado: short and LOUD!*
Since: Feb 25, 2005

Mar 01, 2005 01:44 pm

I share your pain man. I have the exact same setup.

Czar of Midi
Since: Apr 04, 2002

Mar 01, 2005 10:58 pm

diller, as wyd said you need to make adjustments to your latency and buffer settings. If you bring your buffer up to about 512 that will help some. Also, if you are not using any softsynths or monitering DSP effects live, you can adjust the latency slider up to at least 98.7 and that should clean it up nicely.

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