#1
Do any of you guys know a recording software with absolute zero-latency?
I was looking for one and im not sure which software has zero-latency.
#2
its not the software that has latency, its the recording setup you have, try buying toneport by line 6 it has very low latency for recording
#3
Latency is due to a number of factors. The main ones are the actual quality and spec of your computer, and the soundcard or interface you are using to record. You'll get more or less zero latency with any software if those are good, and you set it up properly.
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Quote by fridge_raider
Latency is due to a number of factors. The main ones are the actual quality and spec of your computer, and the soundcard or interface you are using to record. You'll get more or less zero latency with any software if those are good, and you set it up properly.


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CPU, RAM, even hard drive speed. Also latency introduced by the transfer of data. In general terms PCI is fastest, followed by Firewire, then by USB 2, and USB1.1.

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#5
Yeah, just make sure you adjust the buffer rate and sample rate to go with your systems potential.
#6
If you're seriously worried about latency, you may want to look into Soundcraft's Compact series, which includes a DI and Zero latency monitoring since it's analog (the sound you're hearing won't be processed). All you'll need is to get a good sound card like one of M Audio's offerings (Deltas or Audiophiles), appropriate cables, and software amps.
You may get similar results if you use a line out of or DI box with an amp; using the amp as a monitor.