#1
I have an M-Audio axiom series (some of you guys might be familiar with it) 61 key MIDI controller.

When I was playing earlier today, I noticed a small amount of latency. It was hardly noticeable, but when I'm playing faster passages, the instant attack is something I need. Does anyone have any idea why I'm getting this lag?
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#2
sorry i cant be of much assitance but i am also experienceing this lag. let me know if you find an answer because it does get a little annoying at times
#3
I'm not an expert about pc recording and/ or midi etc. I do know a good bit about computers.

How much space is left on your hard drive can affect it. Also how much RAM and how many apps you are running at the time.

Check your drivers. WinXP just had an update. See if there's updated drivers for your keyboard. That might be a problem.

The registry could need a good cleaning to make sure that there aren't old program information gunking it up.

The very best way to clean up your system is back up all your relevant info and just do a fresh install of your operating system.

I do it about every 6 months. Nothing runs smoother than a fresh install. Gets rid of spyware and bad registry errors, etc.

If you don't want to do that, it is a big hassle. Definately check the drivers. After an update most companies put out new drivers that are compatible with the patch.

Also run a spyware app. Spybot Seek and Destroy is good. Try windows defender. If you're running a Mac. I have no idea what it could be.
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#4
I'm running a brand-new Macbook, 2.4 gHz core 2 duo, 2 gigs of RAM, and about 200 gigs left on the HD.

So I can't figure out the problem
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#5
It's most likely a problem with your buffer settings. What software are you using?
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