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#1 2012-01-04 22:05:08

Jason Dupree
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Registered: 2011-12-30
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audacity latency

Ive been using audacity to record stuff for a while, and im noticing a problem that is really bugging me. the tracks wont line up completely. Audacity does an auto offset to offset the latency, and that works for a while, maybe a minute of recording. then i have to give an an extra nudge after that. Another problem is time is stretching and shrinking. While im recording a second track, the first one will slow down a bit in places, then catch up, etc. even with click tracks. even when the first one doesnt do that, when i listen to it afterwards sometimes the new track will stretch. is there a way to fix this or make it not so noticeable?

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#2 2013-01-15 13:38:11

Davesax1965
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Re: audacity latency

Jason, are you using an ASIO driver (google ASIO 4 ALL ) or going through your operating system ?

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#3 2013-01-16 03:29:37

ronws
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Re: audacity latency

Jason, I have had the same problem. Depending on how simple the additional track is, I've been getting away with a tempo adjust of .01 percent and then line up the start of the second waveform with a landmark in the first track. However, Felipe in his thread in this section, shows a way of adjusting latency that might work in audacity. Create a first track with a click track. Put the mic in the headphone and started a second track. Use the sample difference between the two tracks and us that to set the latency settings.


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