#1
I've used a few recording programs (ACID PRO 6 and currently n-Track Studio 5), and each one I've used presents me with a problem:
I play my track syncronized with the other tracks while I'm recording.
I play back the track and it starts out syncronized, but as the song progresses, the guitar slowly becomes unsynced. The track is shorter than it was as I was recording.
How the hell do I fix that? I'm experimenting with lengthening it, but it would be much easier not having to do so.
My computer has a dual-core processor, could that be a fault?
#2
are you saying that the track you are currently recording eventually goes out of sync? That's caused by latency issues.
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#4
ahh yeah some programs don't like dual core processors apparently. I suggest using one that does, it can be very beneficial, especially if you use software effects.
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#5
Yeah this program I use adds funny sounds in the background when you export it... I should probably switch back to ACID, seeing that I know how to fix my sync problem XD
I'm not really big into the effects in the program, I just record and go.
#6
I would use Sonar, it's like ACID on steroids and is more geared towards recording.
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