#1
Got amplitube 2.1 and well, after messing around with the buffer and sample sizes I Can't get the sound to come near enough to the moment that I Can play it that I want it to, so I guess it 'lags'. Considering Im using an onboard sound chip (laptop) does any one know of a way for the sound to come out simultaneously with my picking?

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#2
Use asio drivers. If your card doesn't support asio (which if it's onboard it probably doesn't) google ASIO4ALL.
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#4
Downloaded it, installed it but Amplitube 2.1 crashed straight away and when I go on the offline settings my sound driver (only one) is said to be unavailable..any takers?

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#5
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