#1
I want to be able to hear what I'm playing come out of the speakers as I play it, is there a way to do this?
#2
Yup. Make sure the track is armed, the right input is selected and that Monitor is set to "On". All all the channel strip.
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#5
Ok it works, but theres a delay on it, is that just how it always is or is some setting on that I can turn off or something?
#9
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None, I'm using a Socom navy seals USB headset(I know, I know, but it's all I have).


that your problem right there, without a proper interface you will have input output lag.
#10
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that your problem right there, without a proper interface you will have input output lag.

also known as latency. Use a real interface with an ASIO driver. That'll work much better.
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#11
when you hear your playing coming out of the speaker (with the track armed), it means that you are hearing the latency.

When i set a @request block size@ of 128 in reaper, i don't hear myself playing.

When i set it to 1024, i can hear myself playing....but I notice the latency.

256 might be a good setting that works all around. See for yourself
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