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Post by Iartalama » Fri May 03, 2019 10:26 pm

Hey Guys!

So ive picked up a Focusrite Scarlett 2i2 (2nd Gen) interface and wanted to start recording at home. I want to record DI guitars for my bands new album and i have a question about the latency.

Im using the Focusrite ASIO driver into Acoustica Mixcraft and with a sample rate of 44100 and a buffer size of 256 the Latency in Milliseconds is 5.80

I am using a Countryman DI to split my signal to go to an amp which i will use ONLY for monitoring.

Im NOT using any amp sim for monitoring or the 'direct monitor' on the Focusrite.

So my question is would i be able to record good quality guitar DI's at this latency?


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Post by Ian Craig » Sat May 04, 2019 1:57 am

You should be able to.
I use 6ms setting on my ASIO Focusrite (1st Gen) interface to record guitar. I don't have any problems.
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Post by bigaquarium » Sat May 04, 2019 2:45 am


Wow I’m jealous at 23ms latency!

Not only is 5.8 negligible, you won’t notice it anyway on account of direct monitoring through your amp; since you’re not waiting for the sound to get processed by the computer and come back to you.

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Post by Rolling Estonian » Sat May 04, 2019 7:54 am

Anything below 10ms is great for guitars or anything else, remember each ms is equal to about a foot distance from sound source, so 6ms would be the same delay as someone talking to you from 6ft away, that's not bad at all.


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