[Ardour-Users] latency compensation

Oleg Ivanenko oivanenko at gmail.com
Sun Dec 6 03:06:40 PST 2009

Derek, personally I doing such aligning aurally. Draft align with
Nudge Region tool and precise align by mouse.

2009/12/6 Derek Holzer <derek at umatic.nl>:
> Hi all,
> I recall a feature from previous Ardour versions, which allowed some sort of
> latency compensation while recording by telling Ardour whether the source of
> the audio was inside or outside the computer. This feature seems to have
> disappeared, so I'd be interested to know how people deal with the
> following:
> 1) Syncing new recorded tracks or overdubs with existing materials (1 x
> latency)
> 2) Using outboard effects via a send (2 x latency)
> in respect to keeping the new material in sync and in phase with existing
> material. Do I really have to manually move the regions backwards so many
> samples each and every time? Also, is the latency *absolutely* fixed to the
> values I see Ardour or Jack reporting? (I.e. is it always consistent?)
> Thanks + best!
> Derek
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Truly yours, Oleg Ivanenko aka Ash
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